Lively debate for the south and south east - the clash over the EU referendum: should we stay or should we go? Defence: 2% - more or less? And gay rights: what next? Tim Aker MEP, Flick Drummond MP & Sir Gerald Howarth MP discuss.
Lively debate as politicians from our region discuss the fall-out from the recent elections. And where does Nigel Farage want to stand as an MP? Guests include John Denham (Lab) Mark Reckless (Con) Diane James (UKIP) and Jasper Gerard (Lib Dem).
As Nigel Farage MEP, newly-elected for the South East heads to Brussels with his so-called People's Army of UKIP representatives, we look back at his career.
In this month's Last Word, one week to go to the local and the European Elections. Maria Caulfield who is the Conservative candidate for Lewes; Layla Moran who hopes to win Oxford West & Abingdon for the LibDems; Harry Aldirdge who is fightng Guildford for UKIP;
and Rowenna Davis who is Labour's candidate in Southampton Itchen.
This week it's ten years since Poland joined the EU. Thousands of people travelled to the south in search of a new life and new opportunities. Magda and Peter Brendzel and their seven year old daughter were among the first to arrive here in 2004.
Immigration remains a hot topic and in the first of our special series of reports we find out about their story. Who are the people behind the headlines?
The Green MEP for the South East is backing a radical overhaul of EU rules on commercial fishing. It could see a ban on the 'dumping' of dead fish into the sea to meet quotas.
A campaigner against the process of extracting or "fracking" gas from the ground is calling for a temporary Europe-wide ban on the practice.
Rosemary Rechter from 'East Kent Against Fracking' has been speaking at the European Parliament in Brussels. Her campaign follows the approval of plans for test drilling at Sandwich.
Fracking involves forcing water underground to force cracks to appear in the earth, which in turn releases gas, which can be burned for energy.
There will be an increased security presence in Brighton today as representatives of 47 member nations from the Council of Europe gather to discuss reform of the European Court of Human Rights.
The Justice Secretary Ken Clark is hoping to reduce the number of cases which go to Strasbourg by asking all countries in the EU to consider human rights implications at a national level.
David Cameron has called for the less interference from the EU in British judicial proceedings.