By Gavin Esler
Presenter, BBC Newsnight
Presented by Gavin Esler
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McDonalds v Schlosser - Do we live in a Fast Food Nation?
Eat this: McDonalds faces its greatest critic.
The fast food company McDonalds has been blamed for everything from contributing to rotting teeth to obesity to destroying the environment. Tonight they have a chance to have their say.
Steve Easterbrook, the boss of McDonalds in the UK will debate the issues at length with leading critic Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation.
Work longer, more savings, higher pensions. That's the government strategy in six words for solving what's billed as the pension crisis. Paul Mason will have all the details. But will it work?
We'll ask Lord Turner, the man who wrote the report on which all this is based. And will all parties sign up to the government's plans? We'll ask them.
And after 11 days almost 5,000 of you have voted. We'll be announcing the result of our Big Read-all-about-it competition to find the most memorable front page of the last century.
Martha Kearney has her posh frock on to announce the results live from the British Library "Front Page" exhibition.