On The Record:Europe, a look at the split over the future of nuclear power - following Germany's decision to close its nuclear plants.
Is it a brave and radical gesture, or a blatantly populist move that defies all common sense?
To discuss the issues, The Record Europe's Shirin Wheeler is joined by:
• Chris Davies MEP, British liberal
• Folker Franz, Director of Industrial Affairs at Business Europe
• Rebecca Harms MEP, German green
• Ian Hudghton MEP, Scottish National Party
Nuclear power under scrutiny
Also on the programme, a look at some of the demands of a report accepted by the special committee of MEP's set up to examine the reasons for the financial crisis.
These include closer political and economic union and a large increase in the EU's budget.
The report isn't binding and still has to go before the European Parliament.
The Record Europe's Shirin Wheeler spoke to the author of the report, French socialist MEP Pervenche Berès, and a committee member who voted against the report, Marta Andreasen MEP from the UK Independence Party.
Debating the future funding of the EU
The Record: Europe examines the key moments in the political week in Brussels and Strasbourg and focuses on the work of the European Parliament and European Commission.
It is broadcast on BBC Parliament on Saturdays at 2300 GMT, Sundays at 1700 GMT and Mondays at 1000 GMT, on BBC World on Saturdays and Sundays at 0630 CET and on the BBC News channel on Sundays at 0530 GMT and Mondays at 0330 GMT.
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