Wednesday 20 April 2011
Here is what is coming up on Newsnight with Emily Maitlis:
The European Union's executive arm, the European Commission, has asked for a significant increase in the annual EU budget, well above EU inflation, which is about 3%.
The British government said the 4.9% demand is "not acceptable" at a time when EU states were imposing austerity cuts.
Tonight we will report on the risk of a damaging row between member states and be speaking to a member of the commission.
We have a film on the use of internet pornography by young adults - the material available, levels of use and the effects on both consumers and those whom they form relationships with.
We will be discussing the issue with former home secretary Jacqui Smith and internet pornography distributor Jerry Barnett.
Plus we will look at the phenomenon of the media super injunction. Are they hampering serious journalism or a necessary protection from the worst elements of the tabloid press?
Kelvin MacKenzie and lawyer Charlotte Harris, who represents clients who believe their privacy was systematically invaded by the News of the World, will join us on the programme.