Monday 8 August 2011
Home Secretary Theresa May is meeting police chiefs about rioting in London with new violence erupting in Hackney.
Skirmishes broke out between police and groups of young people in the area around Mare Street.
Tonight Liz Mackean will bring us the latest, and will be considering what the origins of this unrest are and where it can go from here.
Gavin will be joined in the studio by former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, Conservative Shaun Bailey, and a community leader from Tottenham.
Later we'll be joined by broadcaster and columnist Darcus Howe to discuss if comparisons between these inner city riots and events that took place in the 1980s are useful or misleading.
Then Andrew Verity will be asking what options remain for the West to avoid a double dip recession, and we'll be joined by German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle.
Join Gavin at 2230 on BBC Two.