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

Inside the White House July 2, 2018
Former deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, on Obama's time in office
The CO2 shortage is hitting food and drink makers - but might the situation ease soon?
How to fix EU migration June 29, 2018
We speak to European politicians about migration
There are warnings of food and drink shortages as CO2 stocks fall
The Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham gives us the latest developments
Madeleine Albright: Trump is "the most anti-democratic president in modern US history"
Are some hotel room booking sites misleading customers in the way they present options?
Teacher who won $1m has set up an organisation to bring more artists into schools
The President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, talks about elections and assassinations
Former Chief of Defence Staff, Lord Houghton, discusses changes to the budget
Farmers and conservationists clash over the 'rewilding' of national parks
Carmakers have joined the chorus of warnings about Brexit-related risks to production
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is optimistic MPs will approve the Heathrow expansion.
Will the third runway at Heathrow being voted on by MPs tonight, what's likely to happen?
EU migrant crisis June 22, 2018
EU countries are divided over how to deal with refugees and migrants
Airbus warns a no-deal Brexit could be "catastrophic" for the aviation group
Trump's new order June 21, 2018
President Trump has signed a new order to end child separation from parents
Happiness after 50 June 20, 2018
A new book claims that people are happier after the age of 50
The UN has criticised Italy after it threatened to expel Roma people from the country
David Dimbleby, with some help from Dead Ringers, gives his choice for the next presenter