By Kirsty Wark
Presenter, BBC Newsnight
Presented by Kirsty Wark
Tony Blair's "legacy list" grew longer today after it became clear that he's supporting efforts for Britain to host a key element of the American "Son of Star Wars" missile defence system.
Plans to site so called "interceptors" in the Czech Republic and Poland have already sent the Russians thermo nuclear.
So what chance has Tony Blair of pulling this off in his few remaining months at Number 10 - and would it be in the teeth of opposition from many of his Labour colleagues?
And, if he is successful, where would the interceptors be installed?
It's emerged that the MOD will go to just about any lengths to combat the threat of terrorism, including recruiting psychics.
In 2002 they paid £18,000 to fund a study to see whether certain people had extraordinary powers to enable them to "see" invisible objects.
They had some success, but not enough to put their plan into action. However Newsnight is having another go - tune in tonight to see if we made a breakthrough.
Make your mark with a tenner
Newsnight was there at the beginning of the great entrepreneurial challenge when 10,000 school pupils were given £10 each and urged to go forth and multiply it.
Stephanie Flanders returns to group she filmed to see whether they made it big.