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  • Molly Russell’s father accuses social media companies of “monetising misery”
    The inquest into Molly Russell’s death delivered its judgement yesterday. The coroner Andrew Walker said the images of self-harm and suicide she viewed online "shouldn't have been available for a child to see". Today’s Justin Webb spoke to BBC Correspondent Angus Crawford and Lord Richard Allan, who was a Liberal Democrat MP and VP of Policy for Facebook in Europe, about how these companies should act moving forward. (IMAGE CREDIT: Family handout/PA Wire)
  • PM and Chancellor to meet OBR
    Prime Minister Liz Truss and Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng are set to meet with the head of the Office for Budget Responsibility, known as the OBR and the country's independent forecaster, to discuss the situation. One of the reasons the markets reacted so badly to the chancellor's tax cutting plans released a week ago is that there was no accompanying economic forecast from the Office for Budget responsibility. Last night, the OBR confirmed that it was ready to produce an updated assessment of public finances to be published with the mini-budget a week ago, as is usual practice, but the offer was rejected. Today’s Mishal Husain and Justin Webb spoke to Mel Stride, Conservative MP and Chair of the Treasury Select Committee and Andrew Griffith, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury. (IMAGE CREDIT: Chris Radburn/PA Wire)
  • Truss sticks to her economic plan
    Prime Minister Liz Truss says she has the right plan for the economy a day after the Bank of England made a major intervention in the financial markets in the aftermath of last week’s mini-Budget. Today’s Nick Robinson speaks to Mark Carney, former governor of the Bank, while Mishal Husain asks the Chancellor’s deputy whether things are really going to plan. (IMAGE CREDIT: REUTERS/David 'Dee' Delgado)
  • Market turbulence was 'self-inflicted', says Starmer
    The International Monetary fund (IMF) has openly criticised the UK's plans for tax cuts, warning the measures were likely to fuel the cost-of-living crisis. In a speech on Tuesday at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool, Sir Keir Starmer promised a "fresh start" for the UK pledging to invest in the NHS, green energy and "spread opportunity to all." Today's Martha Kearney discusses new government plans with the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer on the last day of the party's annual conference. (Image Credit: REUTERS/Phil Noble)
  • Has enough been done to calm the markets?
    Some mortgage deals have been withdrawn by banks and building societies after a fall in the pound fuelled forecasts of a sharp rise in interest rates. The pound plunged against the dollar on Monday. It has since stabilised but there are fears about the increased costs of borrowing the UK now faces. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to Professor Sir Charlie Bean the former deputy governor for monetary policy at the bank of England and the president of queens' college, Cambridge, Mohamed Elerain. (Image Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire )

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