What do you want in Thursday's programme?
- 1 Nov 07, 10:34 AM
Continuing with our experiment that began yesterday, we're sharing the early thoughts of our production team and asking for your ideas as to what Newsnight should be covering in tonight's programme. Here's today's e-mail from output editor, Carol...
The Local Government Association has said it needs an extra £250 million a year to cope with the additional strain on public service from increased immigration and lack of reliable statistics. Earlier in the week the government had to apologise for having underestimated the immigration figures by 300,000. What angle do you think we should look at?
New figures are published this morning by the Health Protection Agency on hospital infections including MRSA and C.Diff. Alan Johnson is due to make a speech later on about hospital cleanliness. Let's look at what the figures tell us.
The Pakistani Supreme Court is considering whether President Musharraf can stand for election as President. Mark Urban will be assessing the impact that a democratic Pakistan could have on the "war on terror". He has been travelling around the country looking at the mood amongst politicians, the army and ordinary people.
We have the first television interview with Joaquim Chissano, former president of Mozambique since he was given a $5 million prize set up by businessman Mo Ibrahim for Achievement in African Leadership. What would you like us to ask him?
And are the any other stories you think we should be covering?