Thursday 27 October 2011
So European leaders have reached a three-pronged agreement described as vital to solve the region's huge debt crisis.
They said banks holding Greek debt accepted a 50% loss, the eurozone bailout fund will be boosted and banks will have to raise more capital.
But is it enough? Is it the end of the crisis? Or have they just bought time?
Our economics editor Paul Mason examines the deal in detail tonight and Tim Whewell will be in Italy looking at Berlusconi's precarious position.
And as the world faces a food shortage, Justin Rowlatt asks whether the answer is to eat insects. He tries eating a few himself including a scorpion and a locust.
Do join us at 10.30pm on BBC Two.