Monday 27 February 2012
The Leveson Inquiry into press standards today turned its attention to the relationship between journalists and the police, and tonight we do too.
We have a one-to-one interview with former News of the World journalist Neville Thurlbeck. Then afterwards we will be debating the issues with Lord Prescott, former police officer Peter Neyroud and Jeff Edwards from the Daily Mirror.
Paul Mason has more on the A4e story and Allegra Stratton reports on Nick Clegg's backing for further changes to the coalition's NHS reforms.
Plus, Tim Whewell reports from Moscow on the claim that Russian and Ukrainian security forces foiled an attempt to assassinate Prime Minister Vladimir Putin - the plot is said to have emerged in January, but has been announced just days before the election.
We will be discussing the news with Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky.