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  • Has enough been done to calm the markets?
    Some mortgage deals have been withdrawn by banks and building societies after a fall in the pound fuelled forecasts of a sharp rise in interest rates. The pound plunged against the dollar on Monday. It has since stabilised but there are fears about the increased costs of borrowing the UK now faces. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to Professor Sir Charlie Bean the former deputy governor for monetary policy at the bank of England and the president of queens' college, Cambridge, Mohamed Elerain. (Image Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire )
  • 'It gets you off the streets' - the community schemes helping kids in Liverpool
    Nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel was shot and killed in her home in August, shocking Liverpool and the whole country. Olivia's killer still hasn't been found but there have been strenuous efforts to support the community to give information. Today's Martha Kearney reports from Liverpool where she has been find out about schemes in the community which are successfully stopping young people getting caught up in a life of crime in the first place.
  • New Met Police chief: We will root out racists and misogynists
    The Metropolitan Police was placed into special measures in June by the police watchdog for the way it carries out core functions. The force has failed to record crimes, allowed delays in answering 999 calls. It has also faced a series of scandals with officers swapping racist and misogynist text messages: others photographing and swapping images of the bodies of two murdered sisters and an off duty PC abducting, raping and murdering Sarah Everard by using his police powers illegally. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to Sir Mark Rowley, who replaced Dame Cressida Dick as Met Police Commissioner in September. (Image credit: CARL DE SOUZA/Pool via REUTERS)
  • Markets react to the UK's biggest tax cuts in 50 years
    The pound fell to a record low against the dollar overnight as markets reacted to the UK's biggest tax cuts in 50 years. In early Asia trade, sterling fell close to $1.03 before regaining some ground to stand at about $1.07 on Monday morning, UK time. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to Mohamed El-Erian, chief economics advisor to Allianz, and former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and on the Monetary Policy Committee, Sir John Gieve. (Image credit: ARSHAD ARBAB/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
  • Roger Federer retires
    Roger Federer will call time on a career that has spanned 24 years and seen him become one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Federer has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles and 103 ATP Tour titles, as well as attracting legions of fans around the world. Today’s Karthi Gnanasegaram spoke to Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Federer himself. She also hears from Team Europe captain Björn Borg and captain of the World Team John McEnroe about what happens after Federer's final match. (Image: Team Europe's Roger Federer during a training session ahead of the Laver Cup at the O2 Arena, London; Credit: John Walton/PA Wire)

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