Victoria speaks to a man who could be extradited to Portugal to face a murder trial, and the British journalists who were held in Libya accused of spying.
Victoria speaks to a father of two from Kent could be extradited to Portugal to face a murder trial even though the alleged victim is still alive and despite the fact he was cleared of attempted murder in the same case almost 20 years ago.
After a month of being held in Libya, accused of being spies, British journalists Nicholas Davies-Jones and Gareth Montgomery-Johnson are back home in the UK. The men who were working for Iranian broadcaster Press TV had been held since February 22nd by the Misrata Brigade militia in Tripoli. Victoria speaks to them in their first interview.
Plus The Queen's Jubilee address to Parliament.