Best of Today

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Insight, analysis and expert debate as key policy makers are challenged on the latest news stories. From BBC Radio 4's Today programme

Jacob Collier plays multiple instruments - and has been hailed by producer Quincy Jones.
Is the ability to modify human embryos worrying - or a legitimate way to improve lives?
The anticipated time for peak oil production has been brought forward by analysts. Why?
The BBC's Jon Sopel and Putin confidante Vladimir Yakunin on what the two might agree.
The former Education Secretary Justine Greening says yes, MP Bernard Jenkin says no.
More government money for aerospace and a spaceport in Scotland - is this the future?
Does the Government's white paper deliver on a Brexit business can be happy with?
New Brexit secretary July 12, 2018
Dominic Raab is quizzed over the government's plans for Brexit
Trump visits Britain July 12, 2018
President Trump's visit is expected to be protested by thousands of people
The Brexit white paper - what do European businesses make of the government's plans?
England are one win away from a first World Cup final since 1966
Trump's visit and Nato July 11, 2018
Trump is to visit the UK which he's described a being 'in turmoil'
Sara Khan on her role as the country's first counter extremism commissioner
Jaguar Land Rover calls for "greater certainty" on Brexit to continue to invest in the UK
The official Brexit campaign is expected to be found guilty of breaking campaign rules
What will a US investigation mean for the FTSE 100 mining giant Glencore?
We preview the England v Colombia World Cup match
The Rohingya crisis July 3, 2018
The UN Secretary General has called for Myanmar to be held responsible for the crisis
Might professionals lose their right to work in Europe after Brexit?
Nelson Mandela's grandson talks about his legacy and the future for South Africa