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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

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Wednesday's business with Dominic O'Connell


John Roberts, founder of AO, is offering his staff a £240m bonus. What’s the catch?!


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'I was informed by the Chinese embassy in Turkey that all of my family members are in prison'


Mishal Husain spoke to Nurisman Abdurashid, a Uighur Muslim who left China in 2013


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Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell


Parcel delivery firm Hermes is hiring more than 10,000 new staff as online shopping booms


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'It's unlikely to be a single vaccine for everybody. We may well need different vaccines for different groups of people'


Kate Bingham, Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce, on hopes for a COVID-19 vaccine


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Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell


Eight insurers face a court case over coronavirus business cover


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'It's for employers to make that assessment'


Security Minister James Brokenshire on whether people should return to workplaces


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'Why traffic accident victims could be counted as Covid deaths in England'


Carl Heneghan explains an issue with how Public Health England reports deaths from Covid


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'It's for employers to make that assessment'


Security Minister James Brokenshire on whether people should return to workplaces


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Friday's business with Rob Young


It’s estimated more than a million jobs are being advertised in the UK. How is that so?


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'The best thing we can do is continue to open up the economy in a phased manner'


Alok Sharma on figures showing workers on payrolls fell by 649,000 during lockdown


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