A round-up of the day's news, sport and business stories.
The FSA is to be given powers to "tear up" bankers' contracts and the British Chambers of Commerce says finance remains a serious problem for firms. Show more
Latest on the "nightstalker" attacker and the Australian PM's apology to the thousands of British children sent to his country under the Child Migrants Programme. Show more
Following the report on absent fathers, Nicky Campbell asks: have you lost touch with your dad?
Victoria speaks to the sister of a girl who overdosed after being a victim of cyber-bullying. Plus, the Music Review and news that Mercedes have bought the Brawn Formula 1 team. Show more
Top Gear's James May, Omid Djalili and George Cross recipient Matt Croucher join Simon in the studio. The TV Review team discuss I'm a Celebrity, Get me out of Here and Dr Who. Show more
John Prescott and Ed Milliband respond to the news that the US and China won't have a legally-binding climate change agreement ready for Copenhagen. Show more
John Motson and Steve Claridge join Arlo White for footballing debate. And Dan Roan speaks exclusively to England's 2018 World Cup bid leader and FA chairman Lord Triesman. Show more
Arlo White and Mark Clemmit are joined by managers and players to review all the big stories in the Football League.
With Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott due to play for England against their native South Africa, we ask whether the dual nationality rules in cricket need to be changed.
Does it matter if your MP has an affair and is The Sun really "Britain in a newspaper"? Plus, Nick Cosgrove on the financial cost of the Afghan war. Show more
Rhod Sharp with reports on President Obama in China, Sarah Palin's autobiography and the mission to recover Ernest Shackleton's whiskey. Show more