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Thursday's programme, presented by Gavin Esler, covers the following stories:
The Government is looking again at the decision to downgrade cannabis to a class C drug after scientists suggested a link between smoking the drug and serious mental health problems including schizophrenia. Our science editor Susan Watts investigates.
US millionaire Malcolm Glazier has launched a formal bid for Manchester United much to the horror of the club's fans. Paul Mason will be looking at the relationship between big business and the beautiful game.
After a US Senate report raised questions about George Galloway's alleged role in the UN oil-for-food programme in Iraq, we've been speaking to the MP's Jordanian friend who is said to have been a key player in the oil for food programme and who plays a big part in the Senate committee's report.
On the day that one of Britain's biggest shopping malls bans youths wearing hooded tops from its premises, the Prime Minister focuses on lack of respect. Bad behaviour in public is something MPs of all parties heard about on the doorstep during the election campaign. We all know the problem but what is the solution?
Will John Bolton be confirmed as the new US ambassador to the United Nations? We should find out just before we go on air.
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