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

Trials start today of a way to help improve communities’ access to cash
Grant Shapps reacts to figures on the impact of the first full month of lockdown on jobs
Figures out this morning may give some clue to what the pandemic has done to employment
David Lammy responds to the launch of the Prime Minister's new commission on inequality
Podcaster and spoken word artist George the Poet guest edits Today
Climate activist Greta Thunberg guest edits Today
Margaret Thatcher biographer and former Telegraph editor Charles Moore guest edits Today
Supreme Court President Baroness Hale guest edits Today
Turner prize-winning artist Grayson Perry guest edits Today
An essay by the second person ever to be cleared of the virus (voiced by a BBC producer)
The British film industry is big business for the UK. But what lies ahead for it in 2020?
What does Fidelity International say about its stake in a Chinese surveillance company?
Who will be the new Bank of England governor? Plus retail and US-China trade tensions.
The author of the government report into audit recommends radical change
Should company bosses be made to vouch personally for the truth of their accounts?
What does the City of London want from the new Conservative government?
Martha Kearney went to find out what rising temperatures are doing to the continent
Dominic takes a look at Edinburgh's retail sector and financial services industry
Commuters face misery as strikes hit services – but might cheaper fares be on the way?
South Western Railway workers are due to strike for nearly the whole of December. Why?