Breakfast Sedgemoor's Breakfast
18th January 2018
Emily Maitlis fears stalker will never stop
The Newsnight presenter speaks about being harassed by a former friend for more than two decades. Read more? Click here
Taxpayer to foot £199bn private finance bill
Taxpayers face a bill of £199bn for projects outsourced to private companies even if no new schemes are awarded public money. Read more? Click here
A&E safety risks 'unacceptable' first minster warned
Hospital safety is being “compromised to an unacceptable degree”, Welsh emergency consultants warn. Read more? Click here
Why I took my wife's last name
Kirstie Brewer speaks to three men who broke with convention and took their wife’s name when they married. Read more? Click here
Report: Test women over 30 for faulty cancer gene
A leading cancer research institute says all women over 30 should be tested for a faulty gene that puts them at higher risk of breast or […]
Paralysed war veteran gets 'robotic skeleton'
Robotic skeleton enables paralysed war veteran to take first dog walk. Read more? Click here
Are the days of loyalty cards numbered after Tesco's change?
Tesco’s decision to alter its Clubcard scheme may be a sign of more change ahead, experts predict. Read more? Click here
Homes plan back-firing, say councils
A scheme to convert offices into homes lets developers “duck” providing affordable housing, says the LGA. Read more? Click here
Parents 'shelling out for free nursery scheme'
The government’s 30-hour ‘free’ nursery scheme is being subsidised by parents, a survey suggests. Read more? Click here
A chance to forge future Anglo-French relations
From the Norman invasion through Agincourt and two world wars, Anglo-French relations have had their ups and downs. Read more? Click here