Thursday 26 July

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Part 1: Hellos & Menu

Parts 2 & 3: Time For George Osborne To Go?
First up: Is it time for chancellor George Osborne to go? He’s presided over Britain’s worst peacetime economic performance in more than 100 years; despite savage spending cuts things aren’t improving - unless you’re super rich. So should he fall on his sword? But if he was to go who on earth should replace him? Has Vince Cable, has anyone got any fresh ideas to get Britain back on track?

We’ll take plenty of calls on that before it’s over to Carli for the rest of today’s headlines.

Part 4: Today’s Papers

Part 5: Fever Over Flu Vaccine For Kids?
Moving on: Are you one of those parents who’s in a fever over plans to vaccinate ever child in England and Wales against flu? Within minutes of the government’s £100m announcement chat rooms were filled with parents fretting about everything from brain disease to asthma, which they think could follow the annual nasal spray treatment. Are you worrying about nothing?

Part 6: Raving Mad To Let Young Teens Go Clubbing?
After that: Are parents raving made to let their young teens go clubbing? Teen clubs like Oceania and Let’s Go Crazy provide alcohol-free nights for youngsters aged 13-18 who want to party till midnight. But critics claim drugs and drug dealers are rife in teen clubs. Indeed a judge this week claimed parents who think their sprogs will be protected from drugs and drink in such venues are naive. Well are you?

Part 7: Peeling Off In Public Parks For A Tan
And finally the pros and cons of Peeling off in public parks for an all over tan. Would you strip down to your undies or put on a bikini to get skin cancer while lying on a bed of grass regularly watered by dog pee. Are you crazy? Aren’t you asking for hassle?

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