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World at One Friday, 28 March, 2003, 22:35 GMT
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A cow French accept beef safety
The French food safety agency has declared that the country's ban on British beef can be lifted safely. The World at One gets reaction from the British Government.
Controversial results are to be re-examined A level reviews promised
The Government has promised a review of the controversial grading of this summer's A level exams by the OCR examining board and has appointed a review of A level standards across the board.
Exam board faces inquiry
At the start of this week, the OCR board said the rash of stories about inexplicable 'A' Level grades was 'not a story'. Now it has to explain a marking of A levels debacle.
Offering to allow inspectors in Iraq offers access
Iraq's offer to admit weapons inspectors puts the US and British plans for war back. The World at One speaks to the inspectors and considers whether the offer will be taken up.
Home Secretary David Blunkett Blunkett language row
David Blunkett faces criticism after remarks about Asian families to speak English at home with Keith Vaz challenges the Home Secretary to spend an evening with his constituents.
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