A new study says more than 20% of children born in England between 2009 and 2010 were reported to social services because of fears of neglect or abuse before they had reached the age of five. \n\n\n\nProfessor Andy Bilson, who wrote the report, and Professor Julian Le Grand, professor of Social Policy at the LSE, discuss. \n\n\n\n(Image: Child. Credit: Thinkstock)
The UK could face an extra two years of austerity measures if it votes to leave the EU, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said. \n\n\n\nDirector of the IFS, Paul Johnson, John Redwood MP from Vote Leave and former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Darling, from the Remain campaign debate the report. \n\n\n\n(Image: UK flag and EU flag. Credit: Getty images)
Plans to cut steel workers\' pension benefits in a bid to save Tata Steel\'s UK operations.
The government has been warned that a plan to cut pension benefits to help save Tata Steel\'s UK operations could take ministers down a \"dangerous path\". \n\n\n\nFormer pensions minister, Steve Webb, and the BBC\'s business editor, Simon Jack, discuss what possible outcomes may mean for workers and the UK steel industry. \n\n\n\n(Image: Steel workers protest. Credit: EPA)
James Naughtie meets the award winning writer David Mitchell to talk about his new book Slade House, and his involvement in the Future Library project.