Nick Clegg said yesterday that there was a debate to be had in the next Parliament about benefits for wealthier pensioners; Labour MP Frank Field and Conservative MP Mark Reckless share their thoughts on any possible reform. Also on today's programme, we report on David Cameron's repeated promise to deliver a bigger aid budget to the world's poorest countries, and assess what reception JK Rowling is likely to receive in her move into adult fiction.
0709 The World Bank's new president Jim Yong Kim speaks to the Today programme on the world's richest countries' promise to hand over 0.7% of their wealth every year to help the poorest - a target that David Cameron promises Britain will meet by 2015.
0752 Lawyer John Kirkhope and public law professor Adam Tompkins discuss the impact of the Queen's recently reported statement on Abu Hamza.
Nick Clegg said yesterday that there was a debate to be had in the next Parliament about
benefits for wealthier pensioners
; Labour MP Frank Field and Conservative MP Mark Reckless share their thoughts on possible changes to the system.
0850 JK Rowling is set to make her debut into adult fiction. Dr Lucy Pearson, lecturer in children's literature at Newcastle University, and children's author Anthony McGowan discuss how the Harry Potter author might fare when her book goes on sale.
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