Tuesday 6 December 2011
A Crown Prosecution Service lawyer is to face disciplinary action for alleged failings over a case involving undercover police officer Mark Kennedy, who had spent seven years underground infiltrating green groups.
Tonight, Richard Watson, who broke the original story on Newsnight, looks into the findings of the report.
And Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer will be joining Jeremy live in the studio.
Following Sunday's parliamentary elections in Russia, Moscow has seen protests against alleged voting fraud.
Demonstrators faced off with supporters of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Moscow city centre, and at least 100 protesters were arrested.
We will be hearing from former prime minister and opposition politician Mikhail Kasyanov.
Plus, in the United States, the contest is heating up among Republicans who want to challenge President Obama for the White House.
In the run up to the Iowa caucuses in January, a key indicator of the how the conservative heartlands view the candidates, Mark Mardell reports on an already fraught campaign.
Our interview with poet Geoffrey Hill will now be running at a later date.