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The BBC's political editor, Nick Robinson, revealed that that the Chancellor, Alistair Darling, has begun meeting senior Cabinet colleagues to discuss ways to cut public spending, with ministers being asked to identify possible savings but, as yet, without any targets to meet.

The Liberal Democrats' Treasury spokesman, Vince Cable, examined how he would try to reach his target of cuts totalling save £80-100bn in the next five years .

How can the quality of public services be maintained or improved at a time when government is looking to reduce spending? Justin visited Leicester, where the Total Place pilot scheme is giving local authorities the chance to take over the delivery of services .

The Royal College of Psychiatrists is calling for action to address the danger to girls which, it says, comes from websites that promote eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. Dr John Morgan, director of the Yorkshire Centre for Eating Disorders, discussed whether the internet poses a danger to young people .

Until recently, anglers came from around the world to Texas to hunt as many Alligator Gar, a fish which can weigh over 160kg (350lbs) and measure over 3m (10ft) in length, as they could find. Correspondent Kevin Connolly reported on new legislation that limits hunters to one catch a day .

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