Tuesday 5 October 2010
Tonight on the programme Richard Watson has exclusive new information on a British man accused of being behind plans to carry out Mumbai-style attacks in Europe, which led to a ratcheting up of terror warnings from both the UK and US governments.
Jeremy and the team up in Birmingham will bring you all of the latest Conservative conference news, which continues to be dominated by fallout from yesterday's decision to strip higher earners of child benefit from 2013.
The prime minister has today defended that decision in an interview with the BBC.
Mr Cameron conceded that it is "very difficult to do this in a way which is fair", but insisted that taxing child benefit or introducing a formal means test would be more costly and less fair.
At the same time the government has suggested that it might introduce a transferable tax allowance for married couples before the end of the current parliament in 2015.
Previously the married couples' tax allowance had been kicked into the long grass and was only to apply to basic rate tax payers. Is its sudden re-emergence an attempt to ameliorate middle class anger? And will it work?
And Jeremy will be talking to the Home Secretary Theresa May about all this and asking her if the Tories are soft on crime and justice.
Join us for all of that at 10.30pm.