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Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 March 2006, 16:15 GMT 17:15 UK
Tuesday, 28 March, 2006
From Simon Enright
Programme Producer, BBC Newsnight

Justin Rowlatt

Presented by Jeremy Paxman

Climate change

Margaret Beckett has admitted that she will fail to meet her targets for reducing carbon emissions.

Now she's asking for our help and it is true a third of CO2 emissions are from homes.

But realistically can we make a difference? Our Ethical Man, Justin Rowlatt, has spent the last month trying and it is not as easy as the minister suggests.

Israeli elections

It's being called the election which can change the map of the Middle East. If the centrist party Kadima wins they've committed to securing the final borders of Israel.

Voting closes just before we go on-air. We'll bring you the first indications of who might win and speak to the key players in Israeli politics, as well as getting reaction from Hamas, now in charge of the Palestinian Authority.

Public sector strike

Finally, after a day of strikes across the UK, we'll be asking whether this is just the start of a summer of unrest.

Join us after those polls in the Israeli election close. 10.30pm on BBC TWO.



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