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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

Many young people with deposits still struggle to buy homes. What can be done?
Composer Stephen Sondheim on changing the sex of the lead in a new production of Company
Sinn Fein will meet Michel Barnier today to discuss the Irish border and Brexit backstop
Aerospace after Brexit Oct. 5, 2018
Paul Everitt, CEO of the ADS aerospace industry group says there is risk of disruption
Banks are under constant cyber attack. Are they investing enough to resist them?
UK car sales are down. Why? Mike Hawes from a leading motor industry body explains.
Sky takeover fight to be settled by rare auction - what's at stake?
EU summit in Salzburg Sept. 20, 2018
EU leaders meet in Salzburg to discuss Brexit
How did a Danish bank let €200bn in suspect money go through its system without noticing?
The former Brexit secretary says he warned the EU would move at the last possible minute
Tesco unveils a new discount store format this week - what do we expect?
Reaction from China as Trump imposes tariffs on half of all its exports to the US
Six months to go until we leave the European Union - how are small businesses preparing?
The two suspects in the Salisbury poisoning attack have denied they were Russian agents
Badger culling Sept. 14, 2018
The government has expanded badger culling to 11 new areas in England despite criticism
Fashion after Brexit Sept. 14, 2018
The chair of the British Fashion Council on planning for uncertainty after Brexit
Ministers set out no-deal Brexit impact on businesses - what are they doing to prepare?
What caused the collapse of Lehman's and might we be headed for another financial crisis?
Former civil servant Sir David Normington on creating a post-Brexit immigration system
'Reversing' diabetes Sept. 12, 2018
How Tom Watson 'reversed' type-2 diabetes through diet and exercise