David Cameron takes a tough stand on EU spending, but could face a Commons defeat tonight.
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The latest from New York on Super Storm Sandy.
The government announces money for the future of Trident - we get reaction from Faslane.
Reaction to the jailing of six care workers accused of abusing patients.
Ed Balls and Danny Alexander give us their reaction as Britain is out of recession.
Shelagh gets reaction to the news that Sir Norman Bettison has resigned.
Reaction to the questioning of the BBC's George Entwistle over the Jimmy Savile scandal.
The Newsnight editor has stepped aside after criticism of the handling of the Savile story
Jimmy Savile investigation is now a criminal inquiry, plus soldier families sue the MOD.
Shelagh presents news and sport, and the health team review the latest medical stories.
Prime Minister's Questions; sports minister Hugh Robertson on the England U21 race row.
Eleanor Oldroyd sits in with stories from around the UK.
Eleanor Oldroyd sits in. Latest on the agreement for a Scottish independence referendum.
More Jimmy Savile alleged victims speak out, plus the consumer panel.
Hear reaction to David Cameron's speech at the Conservative Party Conference.
Jeremy Hunt on social care and Prince William's speech at FA supercentre.
Chancellor George Osborne's speech on benefit changes, plus our Monday sports panel.
Tony Livesey sits in for Shelagh and presents news and sport from around the UK.
The latest on missing April Jones, rising childcare costs and our consumer panel.
The funeral of PC Nicola Hughes, who was shot dead 2 weeks ago, takes place in Manchester.
Police search for April Jones, plus Jose Maria Olazabal and our look at maternity services
Ed Balls addresses the Labour Party Conference, and all the weekend's sport reviewed.