Thursday 9 February 2012
Tonight we will have the latest on attempts to negotiate a European Union and International Monetary Fund bailout for Greece.
Eurozone ministers who have opened talks on the 130bn euro (£110bn) bailout fund in Brussels this evening have cast doubt on the Greek austerity plan which lenders are demanding is in place before the funds are unlocked.
We will have analysis from our Economics editor Paul Mason and be talking to Greek Minister for International Economic Relations Constantine Papadopoulos, Greek Communist MP Liana Kanelli and Peter Altmaier, chief whip of the CDU in the German parliament.
Mark Urban reports on the battle for Homs, the kind of armaments on either side and whether in response to the ongoing violence other nations are intending to step up arms supplies to the Free Syrian Army.
As debate rages about the state of English football following the loss of both captain and manager of the national team Peter Marshall asks whether the biggest problem with the game is actually the prevalence of big money.
And we have a report on what supermarkets pay their shop floor workers and how despite being in employment many of them are still reliant on benefits.