News and sport from around the UK, including 5 life, a weekly look at family and work issues. Colin Paterson sits in for Shelagh Fogarty. Text 85058 (standard message rate).
Shelagh is in Dublin for the referendum as part of 5 Live's special day on the Euro crisis. Irish voters are deciding whether to vote yes or no to more severe austerity measures in return for more bailout money.
Also Shelagh gets the picture in Germany from Peter Allen who's at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Rachel Burden is in Athens, and Adam Parsons is in Madrid as the Spanish banking crisis deepens.
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News and sport from around the UK, including 5 life, a weekly look at family and work issues. Text 85058 [standard message rate].
Shelagh Fogarty with live coverage from Westminster of Prime Minister's Questions. Text 85058 (charged at your standard message rate).
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The Sports team of Iain Dowie, Danny Higginbotham and Clive Walker reflect on a big weekend of football at the top and bottom of the Premier League.
Reaction and analysis of the political and economic fallout across Europe as voters go to the polls in France, Greece and Syria.
Plans to change the law on driving under the influence of drugs; the danger of campsite barbecues; and The Avengers movie breaks box office records in the United States.
Should we pay more for water? A Lord's committee thinks so, we get the latest. And the Border Force failed to meet its targets for checking non-EU passports at Heathrow in April. Also Adele's album 21 has displaced Thriller as the fifth biggest selling album in the UK ever, Shelagh discusses her appeal.
Shelagh presents a special election results programme - with comprehensive reaction and analysis of the results from the local elections in England, Scotland and Wales, as counting continues across the UK.
MPs Michael Fallon, Diane Abbott and Tom Brake debate what the results mean for the three main parties - with further contributions from SNP leader Alex Salmond, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.
Plus a TV advert provokes renewed tensions between Britain and Argentina over the Falklands; European leaders boycott Ukraine ahead of Euro 2012 over human rights concerns; and how hospitals are getting to grips with superbug MRSA.