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Cadbury is to be taken over by the US food company Kraft after its board approved a new increased bid.

On the programme shareholder David Cumming, of Standard Life, and the company's founders great-great granddaughter Felicity Loudon gave their response to the bid.

Both Labour and the Conservatives are outlining tougher approaches to alcohol consumption. Home secretary Alan Johnson explained why he felt the voluntary code had not worked, and his shadow, Chris Grayling, explained how the Conservatives would give licensing control back to local authorities.

As the humanitarian crisis continues following the earthquake in Haiti, reporter Mike Thomson reported on the race to save the country's injured children.

And with the opening of an exhibition in Cambridge University Library, Nicola Stanbridge looked into the history of spying.

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