Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond is facing calls to resign over a scandal in which the bank's traders tried to manipulate interest rates. The eurozone debt crisis will be discussed at an EU summit today, but France and Germany still can't agree on one of the main proposals. And also on today's programme, remembering the heroes of Bomber Command.
0615 Business news with Simon Jack, on the calls for Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond to resign following an FSA fine for market fixing.
0709 The Care Quality Commission has made 17,000 unannounced inspections of hospitals and care homes and found that almost a quarter of them did not meet what are called essential standards. Jill Finney of the CQC explains what they found.
0712 Candidates for Sunday's presidential election in Mexico have been promising to scale back the controversial war on drugs, currently led by the country's military. The BBC's Steve Kingstone reports from the border town of Ciudad Juarez.
0713 Diplomats at the UN say Russia and all the other big powers have agreed to support a proposal for a national unity government in Syria. Jim Muir in Beirut, gives his analysis of the plan and how it would affect the conflict in Syria.
0726 Sport news with Rob Bonnet.
0733 Another EU summit starts today in Brussels. Chris Morris reports from Paris where French president Francois Hollande met Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, last night, and Dr Richard Corbett, adviser to EU President Herman Van Rompuy, shares his thoughts on the eurozone crisis and France and Germany's role in helping to solve it.
0743 The BBC has uncovered files showing that a British government minister spied for the communists in the 1960s. The BBC's Gordon Corera has more details and Professor Christopher Andrew, former official historian for MI5, sets outs the historical context.
0749 Thought for the day with Rhidian Brook, the writer.
0855 EU leaders will be back in Brussels today for the latest summit to try to sort out the euro crisis. BBC correspondents in Madrid, Rome and Berlin gauge the mood, and former foreign secretary David Miliband gives his thoughts.
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