Friday 24 February 2012
Tonight we have the latest on the protest surrounding the government's work experience scheme for the unemployed, which Employment Minister Chris Grayling has defended today, saying that half of those who joined it after the launch 11 weeks ago had now found a job, and that of the 100 organisations involved in the scheme and not one had pulled out.
We look at what the attempt to find a solution to the Syrian crisis at a major conference in Tunisia.
Our Political editor Allegra Stratton examines possible changes to community sentencing, whether it will have any effect on reducing prisoner numbers and whether the government is on the wrong side of public opinion.
Plus we have a report on the overnight disturbances at a Rochdale takeaway allegedly linked to a child sex trial.