Thursday 8 March 2012
Tonight, we look at whether rising mortgage rates are bad or good for the economy.
We ask whether the news that one of Syria's deputy oil ministers has resigned from the government to join the revolt against President al-Assad is an indication that the regime is starting to fall apart, and have an interview with William Daniel the photographer who escaped from the city of Homs with fellow journalist Edith Bouvier.
As the deadline for Greek debt swaps passes, Paul Mason looks at whether a disorderly default is on the cards.
And it is International Women's Day. Focussing on the UK we debate whether the coalition has succeeded in honing its political message to female voters?