As Britain's political chaos intensifies, we ask what Brexit might end up looking like. We hear from the UK's Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, David Davis and get analysis from Guntram Wolff, director of Bruegel, an economic think tank in Brussels. Simon Boyd, managing director of steel firm John Reid and Sons, who voted for Brexit, give their opinion.
Also in the programme, France's president Emmanuel Macron plans to shake up the country's labour laws. We ask Tomasz Michalski of the HEC Business School in Paris whether France's strike-prone unions might prevent reform.
The US clothing brand Abercrombie and Fitch has caused offence by implying Gay Pride isn't just for gay people. Matt Cain is editor-in-chief of Attitude magazine, and offers us his perspective.
Plus the BBC's Alex Ritson reports on a artificial tongue designed to help detect fake whiskies.
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