The Metropolitan Police is warning about the growth of the far right in the UK especially since the EU referendum. Anti-terror police chief Neil Basu tells Today a no deal Brexit "would not be good for security".
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Russia avoids fresh doping suspension
Russia has avoided a fresh suspension by the World Anti-Doping Agency, despite missing a deadline to pass on thousands of samples from its drug-testing laboratory in Moscow. We hear from the president of WADA, Craig Reedie, and vice president Linda Cathrine Hofstad Helleland. Paralympic silver medallist, Ali Jawad also speaks to Today.
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'Delaying Brexit worse than no deal'
Delaying or cancelling Brexit would be worse than leaving the EU with no deal, Liam Fox tells Today. The Brexiteer minister says MPs pushing for a delay actually want to stop Brexit. Nick Robinson questions him on the rationale behind a potentially disruptive no deal Brexit.
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Wednesday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Patisserie Valerie’s collapse came out of the blue – but there may have been warnings hidden in the accounts
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Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has broken off a trip to Europe after violent protests in his home country. Mr Mnangagwa had been due to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek investment for Zimbabwe. We hear from human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa and Nelson Chamisa who is president of the opposition party.
(Image: Zimbabwe unrest, credit: BBC)