Wednesday 31 August 2011
Paul Mason will report on the shake-up of British banks, which government sources have indicated may not come into force for several years.
David Grossman explains why the fifty per cent rate of income tax required of people earning more than £150,000 a year has illuminated the divisions within the coalition.
We'll return to a story from last night's programme - about changes to abortion counselling services rules so that clinics which offer termination services do not also provide advice. Tonight Downing Street said "the discussions currently underway do not represent any moral shift in the government's approach to abortion as an issue". We'll debate the government's moral agenda and its commitment to social liberty.
And Tom Heap visits Croatia, home to the richest cave fauna in Europe, which is under threat by pollution and development.
Join Jeremy Paxman at 22:30 on BBC Two.