A rescue deal for the airline Flybe has been agreed with the government, by deferring air passenger duty payments.
But should we be saving airlines when we need to tackle climate change?
5 Live’s Nicky Campbell puts the question to callers.
PM Boris Johnson: The BBC Breakfast Interview
At 10 Downing Street, BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker asks the prime minister about Iran, Brexit and Harry and Meghan.
'I didn't report my rape in Cyprus. Now I know I did the right thing'
After hearing coverage of the British teenager found guilty of lying about being raped by a group of young Israelis in Cyprus, one listener, ‘Rachel’ got in touch and wanted to share her story.
20 years ago Rachel (not her real name) says she was raped whilst on holiday in Ayia Napa, but chose to not report it to Cypriot police.
She told 5 Live's Emma Barnett that it has played on her mind ever since - but recent events have made her feel she “did the right thing”.
Do you back Harry and Meghan?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they will step back as "senior" royals and work to become financially independent.
BBC Radio 5 Live callers share their views on whether they back Harry and Meghan’s decision.
PMQs: Boris Johnson faces MPs on Iran
In the first Prime Minister's Questions of the new parliament, year and decade, Prime Minister Boris Johnson clashes with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over Iran.
Listen back to the first 30 minutes of debate, plus hear analysis and reaction from 5 Live’s Emma Barnett, associate editor of the Daily Mirror Kevin Maguire and Sunday Times deputy political editor Caroline Wheeler.
First broadcast 8th January at 12:00 GMT on The Emma Barnett Show, BBC Radio 5 Live.