Lottery Funding, Extravagant School Trips and Dame Esther Rantzen
Labour MPs have sent and signed a letter to Camelot calling for more transparency on the location of winning tickets and questioning the allocation of Lottery Funding, while recent figures reveal doesn't go to as many diverse courses as you would expect. Roy calls from Liverpool which has been allocated funding but this hasn't reached the less affluent areas of the city.
Have school trips become a bit too extravagant? Mike thinks parents should just shell out, while Daisy thinks its damaging to children with less affluent parents. One mum, Alison Maloney of The Sun and Fabulous, who's daughter's school offered a school trip to Las Vegas, costing £2500 per child, wrote about her experiences and comes to a mutual disagreement with Mike over this.
Cave diving expert Andy Torbet explains the possible intricacies of the operation that the British divers who have been sent to Thailand to rescue the trapped school children will be taking on.
And finally, Dame Esther Rantzen has some dinner party tips to share and tells Mike and Daisy about the progress of Childline and Silverline, the two charities she has set up.
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