The Asylum Business. In recent months, tens of thousands of asylum seekers have been dispersed around Britain. For the private companies contracted by the Home Office to manage the dispersal, the process can mean big business. But what does it mean for the refugees themselves? John Sweeney of The Observer investigates. Repeated Saturday 8.30pm
John Inverdale and Ian Payne present commentary on the men's final.
Cricket The one-day international between England and the West Indies. Golf The European Open from Dublin. Cycling Tour de France.
Swimming The European
Championships from Helsinki.
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