The Defence Secretary is to reveal which units will be affected by plans to reduce the size of the army by a fifth. Independent inspectors say the Border Agency does not know the whereabouts of at least 150,000 migrants who have been refused permission to stay in Britain. And also on the programme, the tallest building in Britain and in Western Europe, the Shard, is inaugurated today.
0724 The final report into the crash three years ago of Air France flight 447 from Rio to Paris in which 228 people perished is due today. M. R. Hall, a novelist and screenwriter who has carried out research into the crash and other air disasters, explains why this remains one of the most mysterious airline crashes in history.
0832 Three local authorities say they are "extremely" concerned by the long waiting lists and poor record keeping of Imperial College Healthcare which runs four big hospitals in London. Councillor Sarah Richardson, chairman of the Health Policy Scrutiny Committee of Westminster Council, gives her reaction to the issue.
0836 Business news with Simon Jack.
0840 Francois Hollande, the French president, is proposing extra taxes on foreign owned second homes. Solicitor Graeme Perry explains how this will affect the 200 000 British people who have holiday homes in France
0843 GlaxoSmithKline is to pay the equivalent of £1.9bn in the largest healthcare fraud settlement in US history after admitting to promoting two antidepressants for unapproved uses. Dr Ben Goldacre, who writes the Bad Science column for the Guardian, shares his thoughts on the issue.
0847 Subsidies for onshore windfarms are to be cut but the issue of how much is dividing the coalition. Chris Heaton Harris MP, who is co-ordinating a backbenchers' campaign to cut windfarm subsidies, and Gaynor Hartnell, chief executive of the Renewable Energy Association, debate.
0852 Bob Diamond has been criticised for referring to his interrogators by their first names at his appearance before MPs at the Treasury Select committee yesterday. Catherine Mayer, of Time magazine, and Labour MP Frank Dobson, discuss Mr Diamond's informal manners.
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