Tuesday 14 February 2012
Tonight we de-code the varied messages on how the UK economy is faring which has seen a drop in inflation rates today, a recent rise in manufacturing, but the threat of a credit downgrade from Moodys.
Are we on track for recovery, and if so will it be sustainable long-term recovery? Our reporter Joe Lynam has been finding out.
Plus we have a report from Bill Law who is in Bahrain where police have been firing rubber bullets and tear gas at stone throwing protesters who have been trying to march on the site of the now-demolished Pearl Roundabout - the focus of pro-democracy demonstrations in the capital Manama one year ago today.
And Baroness Warsi, co-chairman of the Conservative party, claims that the British way of life - indeed that of all of Europe - is threatened by militant secularisation which is deeply intolerant of religion. Has she got a point? We will discuss.