MPs on the Public Accounts Committee say tougher controls on students from outside the EU were poorly planned and implemented, leaving universities struggling to cope with a raft of complex rules. David Cameron is reshuffling his government today with, among the changes, Ken Clarke leaving the Justice Department and Andrew Mitchell becoming the new chief whip. Also on the programme, could Mexico be the latest country to ban bull fights?
0715 Campaigners against bullfighting want the biggest bullring in the world, in Mexico City, to close. As the BBC's Will Grant reports, this is something which could happen as some countries in Latin America are following the lead of Catalonia in Spain and have already placed restrictions on bullfighting.
0850 America's first lady Michelle Obama will make her speech to the Democratic convention later today, but just how important are the role of the wives speeches in political campaigns? Author Natasha Walter and Robin Abcarian, national reporter for the Los Angeles Times, debate.
0855 Fraser Nelson, editor of the Spectator, looks ahead to the David Cameron's cabinet reshuffle.
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