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Rebecca talks about what things she wishes she could do but can't.
More than half of London's councils have admitted moving homeless families to properties outside the capital.
Kensington and Chelsea are one of the 17 authorites who have already rented social housing as far away as Manchester.
James O'Brien labelled this "the deportation of the poor"...
Listen to six people talking about jobs they would not want to have.
Escuchar diálogos en inglés. Listen to six people talk about their favorite places to go out for a meal.
Peter talks with Jana about how hunting for treasure in the sea is becoming quite popular.
Listen to what these five people would do if they had more free time.
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The Chief Executive of G4S has said the company stands to lose up to £50m of its £284m contract to supply security staff to the London Olympics.
Speaking on the Today programme, Nick Buckles said: "We accept that we underestimated the task of supplying staff for the Olympics. We deeply regret...
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