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Season 2024 / Episode 8 and airs on 07 March 2024 20:30
A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
With unpaid carers in England and Wales are providing care worth an estimated 162 billion pounds a year - the equivalent of a second NHS - Lindsey Burrow, who is an unpaid carer, finds out what the cost is to those who take on the responsibility.
ITV's Deputy Political Editor Anushka Asthana follows Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party. Tonight's cameras are given exclusive behind-the-scenes access inside Downing Street capturing him at work and at home.
It's estimated the UK needs nearly a million new recruits in trades and construction over the next decade. At the same time demand is soaring, creating a perfect storm which threatens homeowners, businesses and the national economy. So why are we in this situation and what can be done about it? Reporter Michelle Ackerley has been finding out.
Between two and three women are murdered by a partner or ex-partner every week, while nearly one and a half million women are victims of domestic abuse each year. The government says it is working tirelessly to tackle violence against women, but campaigners say sentences are too lenient for men who murder women at home. With a public consultation on domestic homicide sentencing due to end on the March 4, Julie Etchingham asks whose side is the law on?
Apps and smartphones are increasingly becoming an essential part of everyday life. Yet it's estimated that more than 10 million adults in the UK lack the basic skills to access the internet, and around 40 per cent of over 75s don't use it at all. In a world that's becoming digital, what happens to the millions left behind? Datshiane Navanayagam reports.
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