Monday 13 December 2010
Here is some more detail on what we are planning for tonight:
English councils are bracing themselves for big cuts in central funding over the next two years when Communities Secretary Eric Pickles addresses the Commons and publishes the government's Localism Bill later today. We will report on that.
Also tonight, with protests taking place in colleges across England over government plans to axe the education maintenance allowance next year, we ask whether poor students are better off under the EMA or new funding models, and, despite all the claims and counter claims, how well will children from low incomes perform under the Coalition?
And we have been to Luton to speak to former associates of Stockholm suicide bomber Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly.
Plus rap and grime aficionado Stephen Smith has been talking to one of the biggest stars of 2010 - Tinie Tempah. You can watch a sneak preview of that interview here, and of course the full interview will be on tonight's programme at 10.30pm.