Monday 12 October 2009
Here is what is coming up in tonight's programme
An extraordinary evening at Westminster. Within the last hour Downing Street has had to admit that the prime minister will repay £12,415 after an independent audit of all MPs' expenses claims since 2004.
Gordon Brown's claims were within the rules but auditor Sir Thomas Legg has said £2,000 a year for cleaning and £1,000 for gardening was sufficient - and the PM claimed considerably more for both.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg is to repay £910 of the £3,900 he claimed for gardening between 2006 and 2009 and we are expecting far more pay back requests to be revealed by the time we go to air.
We'll discuss the damage caused by Sir Thomas' investigations and the likely fall-out.
Also tonight - why can't ITV find a chairman and what does this tell us about the state of broadcasting?
And we have a special report into the English Defence League - are they really a dangerous right wing organisation or a legitimate protest group for a disenfranchised minority?
Join Jeremy at 10.30pm