Investigative reports, politics, showbiz gossip and current affairs. In Winning Hearts and Minds,
Barbara Collins investigates the youth vote, which is rapidly on the decline. She compares Toxteth in Liverpool - which saw the lowest turnout in the last general election - with Denmark, where the various parties attract a significant youth vote.
Mark Saggers presents rugby union from
Twickenham, where England face champions France in a Six Nations match that will have a large impact on the 2005 title. But first, at 1.00, it's the Manchester derby in the Premiership, from Maine Road. Plus the rest of the afternoon's sport, including the latest cricket news from South Africa, where England compete in the seventh one-day international.
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