Investigative reports, showbiz gossip and current affairs. Including after 11.00 the 5 Live Report. The Business of Gay Marriages. June Woolerton reports on the Civil Partnership Bill, which from
5 December provides gay partners with the same tax, pension, inheritance and immigration benefits previously available only to heterosexual married couples. Woolerton looks beyond the romance to the businesses that are poised to gain financially.
Eleanor Oldroyd and Graeme Le Saux present full Premiership commentary on Everton v Newcastle United at 1.30pm, followed by West Ham United v Manchester United at 4.00. Plus updates on all the other Premiership and Football League games and, in the Scottish Premier League, Hibs v Rangers. Plus reports on rugby union and tennis.
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