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Monday, 11 June, 2001, 07:14 GMT 08:14 UK
Crisis management or effective action ?
BSE, Foot-and-Mouth and swine fever, all diseases causing great upheaval in the farming industry. The BBC's Alex Kirby looks at the future for the UK's farmers.
Apathy - Will you vote?
As a nation do we care about politics? How many of us exercise our democratic right to vote, are you even registered to vote, why should you bother voting?
The changing face of poverty and benefits
The BBC's family correspondent Kim Catcheside looks at the changing face of poverty and benefits.
The state of the UK's health services
BBC health correspondent Richard Hannaford explains the main issues facing the health providers and the politicians as the election campaign begins
Fighting crime in the 21st century
BBC News Online correspondent Peter Gould looks at the issues surrounding fighting crime in the UK in the 21st century.
Defining the economic issues
Dharshini David, the BBC's economic reporter looks at the state of the UK's economy.
Educating on the issues
The BBC's Education correspondent Mike Baker examines the issues concerning the country's teachers and students.
Ethnic minorities - the issues for ethnic groups
The BBC's community affairs reporter Barnie Choudhury explains the issues exercising members of the UK's ethnic minority groups.
Post devolution politics
BBC Wales correspondent Phil Parry examines the issues surrounding the first general election in Wales post devolution.
The first post-devolution general election
BBC's Scotland correspondent Andrew Cassell reports on the changing political landscape in Scotland.
The issues of EU membership explained
The main question on EU membership currently centres around joining the euro. There are arguments pro and anti.
Politics of the Good Friday Agreement
This is the first election post devolution but the debate will centre around the traditional politics for and against the Good Friday Agreement.
Transport - issues for car, train and plane users
BBC transport reporter Tom Symonds asks whether Britain's transport systems are sufficiently safe, efficient and affordable?
The current state of industry
The BBC's Industry correspondent Steve Evans examines the current state of UK business and asks how the workers fare.
The digital world
The BBC's internet correspondent Rory Cellan Jones examines the growth of the internet and other technologies in our changing society.
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