Here's the final line up for Riddoch Questions this week: Eric Joyce, Labour MP for Falkirk, Jo Swinson, Lib Dem MP for East Dunbartonshire and Mary Scanlon, Highlands and Islands MSP and the Scottish Conservatives’ spokesperson on health.
They'll be talking to Lesley about:
• SWINE FLU – another animal related flu scare has got the tabloids in a frenzy, but is the public just as alarmed? Or are we becoming too blasé to panic about yet more rumours of a flu epidemic?
• GURKHAS – Joanna Lumley’s tears melted the hearts of the Labour backbenchers and the government’s suffered an embarrassing Commons defeat. Why does anyone seem surprised when the public’s sympathy clearly lies with the Nepalese soldiers?
• MPs EXPENSES – another day, another vote – will this one cap what’s been a ‘bit of a week’ for the Prime Minister?
• EQUALITY BILL – the British government’s new legislation will encourage firms to carry out ‘gender pay audits’ and allow ‘positive discrimination’ – but how do Britain’s businesses feel about the new measures?
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