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Daily programme highlights from BBC Radio News. Interviews and reports from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live, the BBC Asian Network and the BBC World Service.

'Serious questions' for Barclays/ Eurozone divided as summit opens / Queen unveils RAF bomber memorial.
Queen and Martin McGuinness shake hands / Syria conflict worsening, says UN report / National Trust bids to secure white cliffs of Dover.
MI5 boss Jonathan Evans warns over cyber threat / Turkey's border warning to Syria / Queen visits Northern Ireland.
PM proposes radical welfare reforms / Scotland and UK: 'better together' / Egypt's new President / Expanding airport capacity / Louisiana's coffin laws
Attitudes in Barking on immigration / 3 top British banks are downgraded / Teaching body-confidence to children / Clive James reflects on his life / The forgotten heroes of cinema.
Jimmy Carr apologises for tax-avoidance / Doctors' industrial action across UK / Concern over turmoil in Mali / Is Kim Kardashian setting bad example for young girls ? / South Korea tries to create "green economy" / Should Ascot's Ladies' Day be renamed "Women's Day" ?
New Greek government is formed / Uncertainty over health of Mubarak / What options are left for Julian Assange ? / How to be a good listener / Bradley Wiggins trains for the Tour de France / Gay super-heroes in US comic-books / Mark Rylance on the joys of Shakespeare.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood calls for fresh protests / Alistair Darling on the future of the Euro / Background to latest Vatican scandal / Gitta Sereny - a writer who examined evil / Saving the African rhino from poachers / Yoko Ono's colourful and controversial career.
Egyptian military pledges not to interfere with new president's duties / Criticism of treatment of children in care in England / Warning over rise in global obesity / Challenges facing Aung San Sui Kyi / Mandela - the Opera / How to entertain UK's farm animals.
UN: Syria unrest hindering observers' work / UK bank shares jump on stimulus move / James Joyce and Bloomsday.
Brooks support for British PM revealed / Court: Egyptian parliament should be dissolved / Bee number losses 'increasing'.
Hunt: I did not lie to Parliament / Rebekah Brooks remanded on bail / Smoking and drinking has 'little effect' on male fertility.
Major reveals Murdoch's EU demand / Falkland Islands to vote on sovereignty / Wraps off London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Major reveals Murdoch's EU demand / Falkland Islands to vote on sovereignty / Wraps off London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Leveson inquiry resumes / Spanish bailout reaction / PM's daughter left in pub.
UN witnesses evidence of massacre in Qubeir / Ukraine's ambassador regrets Euro 2012 boycott / Cutting welfare benefits / National Service / Petroc Trelawny on Zimbabwe arrest / Alabama Shakes
Syria rebels say 78 people killed by pro-government forces / Legionnaires cases rise in Edinburgh / Music for athletes.
US and UK call for 'immediate plan' for Eurozone / Senator McCain demands Western intervention in Syria / Woman who 'changed her brain' / BBC criticised for Jubilee coverage / Finnish accordian wrestling / Astronomy and poetry
St Paul's Jubilee service / Drone strike strategy / New cancer research / Twinning Dull with Boring / Life in the Antarctic
Concert and beacon lighting for the Queen; wind farm subsidies; French attitudes to autism