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Six Forum: Waste disposal
There have been widespread protests over the use of incinerators to dispose of Britain's rubbish. A waste management expert answered your questions about the problem in a LIVE forum for the Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: Will the WorldCom crisis affect you?
Stock markets around Europe have plunged, as investors react to news of massive fraud at US telecoms firm WorldCom. Will it affect your finances? Financial expert Vivienne Starkey is answered your questions in a Live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news.

Six Forum: Speed Cameras
People could die because of new government moves to make speed cameras more visible, MPs have warned. An expert from the Institute of Road Safety Officers answered your questions in a live forum for the BBC's Six o'clock news.
Six Forum: Hospital Consultants
The government has backtracked on plans to ban newly qualified hospital consultants from working privately for seven years. The BBC's health correspondent Karen Allen answered your questions in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news.

Six Forum: Transport

Vicky Cann, the assistant director of transport and environment lobby group Transport 2000, answered your questions in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: Political correctness and the English language

Home Office minister John Denham has been criticised by the police for using the phrase "nitty gritty" because of race relations rules. John Ayto, author of the Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang, answered your questions.

Six Forum: The General Secretary of the NASUWT

You put your questions about teachers' workload to the leader of the NASUWT teachers' union, Eamonn O'Kane, in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: Ask the Refugee Council about asylum

As Home Secretary David Blunkett pledges to toughen up the UK's immigration policies, Refugee Council chief executive Nick Hardwick answered your questions.

Six Forum: Ask the BBC's Jenny Scott about the Budget

In a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news Manisha Tank put your post-Budget questions to the BBC's Economics Correspondent Jenny Scott.

Six Forum: The Middle East

You put your questions about the Middle East to the BBC's Orla Guerin in Jerusalem, in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: Tackling street crime

A government taskforce is deciding how to tackle soaring street crime, beginning with a crackdown in 10 hotspots across the UK. You asked a policing expert about crime in a live forum for the BBC's Six O' Clock News.

Six forum: BBC correspondent Rageh Omaar

Fears mount of a violent backlash as Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe wins a fifth term in office. Manisha Tank put your questions to the BBC's Rageh Omaar on the Zimbabwean-South African border, in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news.

Six Forum: The right to die

A fully conscious but paralysed woman is asking the UK High Court for permission to turn off her hospital ventilator. Penney Lewis, lecturer at the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics at King's College, London answered your questions in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: Cracking street crime

We answered questions on the issue of street crime and "zero tolerance" in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: The MMR vaccine

We answered questions on the issue of the controversial measles, mumps and rubella jab versus a separate vaccine, in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news, presented by Manisha Tank.

Six Forum: The earthquake in Afghanistan

The number of people killed in the earthquake disaster in northern Afghanistan has risen sharply after fresh aftershocks hit the region. You put your questions about the aid and rescue effort to the BBC's Caroline Wyatt in Kabul.

Six Forum: The BBC's science correspondent

The BBC's science correspondent Fergus Walsh answered your questions on the latest findings on the increase in alcohol consumption in a live forum for the BBC's Six O'clock news presented by Manisha Tank.