Monday, 26 January, 2009
Here's Michael Crick with details of tonight's top story.
"When I was a teenage politics student I'd often go up to the Lords gallery because it was much easier to get in than the Commons.
Nowadays I don't often get in there as often as I'd like.
But today all focus was on the upper chamber as peers expressed disquiet and anger at the revelations against four of their colleagues in the Sunday Times - and two of them stood up to apologise if they'd brought the House into disrepute, but insisted they hadn't.
Tonight I'll explain why the Lords has become an increasing target for the lobbying industry, and ask whether the chamber's rules are too weak to tackle peers if they break the rules on business interests.