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Last Updated: Thursday, 22 March 2007, 16:34 GMT
UK domestic reports index


7 July bomber "filmed last year" (Richard Watson)
Abu Hamza police criticised (Peter Marshall)
Asian corner shops' demise (Hardeep Singh Kohli reports)
Births out of wedlock pass 40% (Tim Whewell)
Blair's Britain: Northern Ireland (Jeremy Paxman)
Blair's Britain: The economy (Jeremy Paxman)
Blair's first parliamentary defeat (Jeremy Paxman)
Britain's future with Gordon (Martha Kearney)
British Pakistanis warned over cousin marriage (Justin Rowlatt)
Brown, Cameron or Campbell for PM? (Frank Luntz)
Business guru tackles NHS management (Jackie Long)
Campaign to save loos in Holt (Madeleine Holt)
Can you be persuaded to go green? (Susan Watts)
Child prisoners increasingly at risk (Jackie Long)
(The) Choice 1 - primary school selection (Tim Whewell)
(The) Choice 2 - secondary school "choice" stress (Tim Whewell)
(The) Choice 3 - missing out on first choice schools(Tim Whewell)
Dunblane waits on for National Firearms register (Becky Milligan)
Eastwood - Mohammed cartoon row (Justin Rowlatt)
Eastwood - immigration in Rotherham (Jeremy Paxman)
Ethical Man - the importance of being ethical (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Man 1 - home (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Man 2 - car (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Man goes vegan (Justin Rowlett)
Ethical Man 3 - water (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Man's transport (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Man: Ministers unveil carbon aims (Justin Rowlett)
Ethical Man's wind problems (Justin Rowlatt)
Ethical Wife: The ethics of investments (Bea Rowlett)
Extradited terror suspect Ahmad case studied (Peter Marshall)
Foreign NHS doctors "working for free" (Liz MacKean)
Frank Luntz talks to floating voters - part one (Frank Luntz)
Frank Luntz talks to floating voters - part two (Frank Luntz)
Greenwich loses casino gamble (David Grossman)
Gun database 'was scrapped' (Richard Watson)
How far did a tenner go? (Stephanie Flanders)
How surveys make the news in the UK (David Grossman)
Iran's forgotten chemical attack victims (Frances Harrison)
Litvinenko 'a traitor' claim (Tim Whewell)
Litvinenko dossier uncovered (Tim Whewell)
Litvinenko polonium trail followed across London (Susan Watts)
Many have little school choice (Tim Whewell)
Mega-mosque planned in east London (Tim Whewell)
Moazzam Begg appeals to Kember kidnappers (Peter Marshall)
Michael Howard talks tough on fighting crime (Michael Howard)
Natwest bankers face Enron extradition (Peter Marshall)
Newspaper loyalties are changing (Stephen Smith)
Norfolk village fights Tesco plan (Paul Mason)
Northern Ireland's "alternative police force" (Liz MacKean)
Peter O'Toole on his career (Stephen Smith)
Phonics - part one (Jackie Long)
Phonics - part two (Jackie Long)
Phonics - part three (Jackie Long)
Phonics - part four (David Grossman)
Phonics - part five (David Grossman)
Phonics - part six (David Grossman)
Polish immigrants boost Crewe population (Tim Whewell)
Poultry register move against bird flu (Susan Watts)
Psychology of terrorists (Peter Marshall)
Pupils take entrepreneur test (Stephanie Flanders)
Real cost of inflation (Stephanie Flanders)
Row over calls to cull grey squirrels (Stephen Smith)
Row over Saudi school books (Richard Watson)
RSPCA conduct criticised (Katherine Quarmby)
Salt death (John Sweeney)
Science Student - 1 (Stephen Smith)
Science Student - 2 (Stephen Smith)
Secret sale of UK plutonium to Israel (Michael Crick)
SFO head on bribery probe (Peter Marshall)
Smith Institute 'too close to Brown' (Michael Crick)
Special needs education (Humphrey Hawksley)
Stem cell firm dodge the law (Susan Watts)
Stem cell treatment warning (Susan Watts)
Translation- Untold millions of pounds spent (Mark Easton)
UK's Saudi arms deals "secured by bribes" (Peter Marshall)
vCJD families' anger at compensation scheme (Robin Denselow)
Voters want Kennedy says poll (Michael Crick)
Wembley Staduim to open (Stephanie Flanders)
'Witchcraft' pastor not charged (Angus Stickler)
Young offenders at risk in jail (Jackie Long)

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