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A news-magazine programme presented by Julie Etchingham.
As millions start to emerge from lockdown and back into work, Sonali Shah investigates the measures being put in place to keep people safe, asking whether enough is being done.
Government figures reveal car crime has risen for the past six years. It has even continued in lockdown in some areas. As more motorists are targeted by organised gangs, Alex Beresfordinvestigates what people can do to steer clear of vehicle crime.
The travel industry is in dire straits, with the coronavirus crisis leaving summer holiday plans in disarray for many people. But with the prospect of travel beginning to open up, should holiday-makers be trying to grab a break abroad, or is this the year of the Great British staycation? Helen Skelton investigates.
Children seem largely unaffected by physical aspects of the coronavirus. But as the lockdown eases, concerns are growing about young people's mental health as a result of the crisis. Julie Etchingham asks what life has been like for the younger generation, and as the costs are counted - with thousands of teaching hours lost, exams missed and the country entering the worst recession on record - will it have any negative impact on their ambitions and prospects?
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