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Gender identity and free speech

"We are living in an age of mass hysteria" is the claim made in a new book called The Madness of Crowds, Gender, Race and Identity by Douglas Murray. He argues that the new culture wars being fought in the modern world are threatening freedom of speech. He debates his book with Afua Hirsch, author of Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging.

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Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell

Oil prices have fallen back after the attack on the Saudi plant - but how long until production is restored?

(Image: petrol prices are displayed at a petrol station in Dresden, Germany, 16 Sept 2019. Credit: European Photopress Agency)
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2am

Monday's business with Dominic O'Connell

What effect will the attack on Saudi oil facilities have on the world economy?

(Image: smoke billows from an Aramco oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia's eastern province. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
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2am

Friday's business with Rob Young

Nearly a third of all energy companies are still installing old smart meters, despite the government telling them not to

(Image: home energy smart meter in a modern home. Credit: Getty Images)
12
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7am

Lorna Luft on her mother, Judy Garland

Actress and singer Lorna Luft talks to Today about the enduring influence of her mother Judy Garland ahead of a new biopic released in the UK next month. For her millions of fans, Garland is one of the most enduring Hollywood legends, immortalised in 'The Wizard of Oz', 'Meet Me In St Louis' and 'A Star is Born'.

(Image: Lorna Luft, credit: Lorna Luft)
12
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7am

Brexit: no-deal document published

Public disorder, food price rises and reduced medical supplies are some of the possibilities outlined in Operation Yellowhammer, the government document detailing the possible consequences of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. We hear from Leader of Kent County Council, Paul Carter on the risk to the Dover to Calais trade artery. In response to the report Labour says parliament must be re-called; Andy McDonald is the shadow transport secretary. Also on the programme: Former Conservative MP Dominic Grieve and Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

(Image: Flags, credit: BBC)
11
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7am

What is Labour's policy on Brexit?

Labour MPs Gareth Snell and Owen Smith discuss what Labour’s policy on Brexit should be. It comes after deputy leader Tom Watson argued Labour should campaign to remain in the EU. However, Jeremy Corbyn said Labour would campaign for a second referendum with a “credible Leave option” versus Remain, if they won a general election.

(Image: Jeremy Corbyn, credit: BBC)
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2am

Wednesday's business with Dominic O'Connell

Apple has launched its TV streaming service - and it will undercut Netflix on price

(Image: the Apple logo projected on a screen at a product launch event at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
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9am

Sir Geoffrey Boycott knighted

Sir Geoffrey Boycott has been knighted in Theresa May's resignation honours list for services to sport. He spoke to Today about the former prime minister's passion for cricket and his career as a player and commentator. He also responded to criticism from domestic abuse charities, who said he shouldn't be honoured as he was convicted of beating his girlfriend in France in 1998. He has always denied the assault.

(Image: Sir Geoffrey Boycott, credit: Adam Davy/PA Wire)
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2am

Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell

Does Google have too big a share of the online advertising market?

(Image: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton delivers remarks while joining attorneys during the announcement of a multistate antitrust investigation into Google, outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Credit: European Photopress Agency)

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