news review with Conservative councillor for Horfield Claire Hiscott. Economics update on more fraud in the City of London, this time in foreign exchange markets, and George Osborne's 'decision' not to split RBS. UNITE the Union and their protest against employers Ineos at Grangemouth refinery which was threatened with closure – intimidation or legitimate tactics?; Labour leader Ed Miliband questions why energy retail prices are going up around 10% while wholesale prices have hardly risen; claims Prime Minister David Cameron is a PR man for the energy companies, energy policy; should the Coalition be privatising the probation service? Government's £1bn 'Youth Contract' branded a failure by government's own advisers, Marina Morris's voxpop, a health check on British democracy; who are the 'permanent government'? the security services. City of London and Wall St; former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and the phone hacking trial but are they just the fall guys and girls for Rupert Murdoch? News of the World reporter Sean Hoare, who died last year after 'telling all' to the New York Times, would have been a key witness in the case, dead men tell no tales; Jimmy Savile's driver David Smith, 67, mysteriously dies the day he was due to appear in court and give evidence against paedophile protecting BBC staff and police officers.