Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has broken off a trip to Europe after violent protests in his home country. Mr Mnangagwa had been due to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek investment for Zimbabwe. We hear from human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa and Nelson Chamisa who is president of the opposition party.
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Will Parliament take control of Brexit?
MPs are putting forward plans to change the outcome of Brexit ahead of a vote next week on the PM's amended deal. Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith says trying to take control of Brexit in Parliament is "constitutional nonsense" and will result in "mayhem". We also hear from Labour's Rebecca Long-Bailey and Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay.
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Online abuse of disabled people should be made a criminal offence according to a new report from a committee of MPs. The report's publication follows a petition started by the former glamour model and reality TV star Katie Price who has a disabled son. Chair of the committee Helen Jones and Samantha Renke, who suffers from brittle bone disease, discuss.
(Image: Katie Price, credit: Getty Images)
Angelina Jolie guest edits Today
In a wide-ranging interview with presenter Justin Webb, Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie discusses US politics, social media, sexual violence and the global refugee crisis.
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Tuesday's business with Dominic O'Connell
Davos - the annual gathering of world and business leaders in a Swiss ski resort gets under way today. But without the big names, will the mood be dented?
(Image: a policeman wearing camouflage clothing stands on the rooftop of a hotel near to the Congress Center in Davos, Switzerland. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)