David Cornock and the BBC's parliamentary team with the day's top news stories from Westminster where the Prime Minister and the Labour leader clash over the latest unemployment figures. David Cameron admitted the 80,000 increase in the jobless total was "disappointing". Ed Miliband said the Government was a "byword for complacency" and that before the last election, unemployment was falling. Also on the programme: we report on the gloomy views of academics about the impact of the Eurozone crisis on the UK. And we hear from backbench MPs trying to loosen the UK's ties with the European Union. There's a row in the Lords over controversial welfare legislation being shunted out of the limelight. And, the drinking habits of the modern-day armed forces.