Reaction to the ITV interview with Gordon Brown where he admits mistakes in the way the banks were regulated. Business leaders tell us the fault is not all with Mr Brown - he was lobbied very hard to ensure the system remained the way it was. The other political parties tell us that saying sorry is only good enough if people can be sure it will never happen again.
Ahead of their manifesto launch, Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander is probed by Nicky Campbell about raising the salary of soldiers, and where the money for that would come from.
People who attended a Whitney Houston concert in Birmingham last night contacted us to tell us they want their money back after what they describe as at best a 'patchy' performance and at worst "utter rubbish."
There's also reports of an earthquake in northwestern China. In sport there's reaction to Chelsea's win over Bolton and Manchester Utd fans prepare to be involved in a potential takeover.