Politics and current affairs, including an investigative report in which Kate Sanderson points to an alarming number of suicides and attempted suicides among women prisoners throughout England and Wales. A bereaved mother calls for a review.
Coverage of the afternoon's sport, including news from the one-day cricket international between England and India at Lord's. Also, updates from the day's Football League matches, the final day of the Burghley horse trials, rugby league Super League and, in motorcycling, round 11 of Moto GPfrom Estoril in Portugal. Presented by Mark Saggers.
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