Thursday 2 February 2012
Last night we broke the news that the Student Loans Company's chief executive Ed Lester received his £182,000 pay package without deductions for tax or National Insurance.
Tonight we have a follow up report in which we reveal which ministers and senior officials knew about the arrangement.
Tim Whewell looks at the political dimension to the deadly football clashes in Egypt.
And we examine the call from almost 100 Anglican clergy based in London for priests to be allowed to follow their individual conscience on whether to hold civil partnership ceremonies in their churches.
And ahead of a major National Portrait Gallery retrospective of the work of Lucian Freud, Steve Smith has been talking to one of the artist's daughters, Esther Freud.
All of that with Emily at 10.30pm on BBC Two.