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The Foreign Secretary says he will summon Syria's Charge d'Affaires on Monday to talk about the deaths of 92 people in the town of Al-Houla. Sky's Dermot Murnaghan talks to the Foreign Office Minister Alastair Burt about the latest attacks.
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We'll find out on Friday, when it's launched on the Nasdaq in New York, but if you believe the hype, Facebook is worth sixty BILLION pounds. Dermot asks co-founder of Lastminute dot com Brent Hoberman, and US business expert Lucy Marcus if it's good value.
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Dermot Murnaghan looks through the Sunday papers with International Development Minister and Conservative MP Alan Duncan, former editor of two Sunday Newspapers, Eve Pollard, and Labour peer and political thinker Lord Glasman.
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The Bahrain Grand Prix- is it a race too far as sport and politics collide? Dermot Murnaghan speaks to Sheikh Abdulaziz from Bahrain's Information Ministry, opposition activist Jaffar al-Hasabiand and F1 analyst Tony Jardine.
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Murnaghan talks to Olympic gold medallist Tessa Sanderson, who now runs a foundation getting children into sport, Alan Pascoe - a former Olympic hurdler and vice-Chairman of the successful bid for the Games, and Sir Robin Wales, Mayor of Newham, who is on the board of organisers LOCOG and the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
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Cuts to Police budgets have had a 'shocking' impact on frontline forces - at least that's what Labour are saying. Figures they've obtained appear to show the number of officers who respond to emergencies has fallen by five thousand since this government came to power. Dermot Murnaghan spoke to Labour's Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper.
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David Cameron has publicly backed his Health Secretary Andrew Lansley and the controversial NHS reforms. Sky's Dermot Murnaghan asks the deputy chairman of the Conservative Party Michael Fallon, Baroness Tonge, who is a Liberal Democrat peer, and former Labour government Health Minister Lord Warner, to share their thoughts.