Thursday 24 November 2011
On tonight's show we look at figures out today showing a record level of net migration to the UK. In 2010 it reached 252,000, soaring higher than the government target of "tens of thousands". Immigration Minister Damian Green, and people directly effected by the issue, will be joining Kirsty.
Also at record numbers are Neets, young people in England not in education, employment or training. Tonight, we look at the pressures facing young workers.
Looking ahead to next week's strikes, with more than two million workers expected to walk out, we assess the scale of the likely disruption. The government is warning that the action could cost the UK economy £500m and lead to job losses.
The so-called most dangerous place in Europe, Dagestan, boasts the unexpected accolade of employing Samuel Eto'o - reportedly the best paid player in football. In an attempt to unify the troubled republic in Russia's North Caucasus, the capital's football team, Anzhi Makhachkala, has been splashing its billionaire owner's cash to attract top talent and take the locals' minds off the daily violence. We have a special report tonight.