Our curious national identity is the top topic on The Agenda tonight after News at Ten, with guests including Harriet Harman and Dan Snow.
As the Agenda returns, one of the first items up for discussion is the new WikiLeaks movie the Fifth Estate.
George Osborne and Nick Clegg's response to Labour's promotion of a "mansion tax" appears to have revealed a clear split in the Coalition.
ITV News' Political Editor Tom Bradby will be joined on the first episode of new series of The Agenda tonight by the comedian David Baddiel.
Daily Telegraph columnist Allison Pearson and entrepreneur Michelle Mone will also complete the line-up.
The Agenda with Tom Bradby will be broadcast on ITV tonight at 10.35pm
Speaking to Tom Bradby on The Agenda Fraser Nelson, Editor of the Spectator, has criticised the Government's 'press deal'. Saying, "what's difficult for me as a journalist to work out is - what have they agreed to do?"
Speaking to Tom Bradby on The Agenda former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has said that, "I'm absolutely delighted to hear all the political leaders get up and say, 'let's have this Royal Charter' - it has got a statutory framework, but only a little bit."
Former deputy prime minister and hacking victim Lord Prescott, Spectator magazine editor Fraser Nelson, Fleet Street Fox blogger and journalist Susie Boniface and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup will be giving their reaction to the cross-party deal on press regulation on The Agenda with Tom Bradby.
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Former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Ashdown has told ITV's The Agenda that although it was unlikely Chris Huhne, who was jailed for eight months today, would return to public life, it was not impossible.
He said: "I personally believe in redemption. You never say never in politics but if I ever said never about anything I'd say it about this. I don't think so.
"I don't say he can't ever comeback to public life provided that process of catharsis is gone through...my own view is that a period of silence rather than public statements might be a better course to follow but let's see what he says."
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Reflecting on the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war, David Miliband told Tom Bradby on The Agenda, that:
"If the message to dictators around the world is that the West will never intervene - and that's the message that President Assad of Syria has got today - we're going to live in a very very dangerous world."
Speaking on The Agenda about the situation in Syria, David Miliband said:
We are on the back foot on Syria. Not just the humanitarian 70,000 people but the geo-politics, refugees in Turkey and Jordan, destabilisation within Syria, the whole state collapsing, the Middle East rocked by essentially by a Saudi versus Iranian proxy war going on in Syria.
I think that is something where the burden of proof is now on those who don't want to intervene rather than those who do. It's still a huge decision, it's still got to be the last resort.
But my fear is this - if we're back in a year's time and we haven't done anything Assad will still be there. He will have murdered another 30,000 people and the ricochet effects from Syria will be much greater.
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The former Foreign Secretary David Miliband has told ITV's The Agenda that "George Bush was the worst thing ever to happen to Tony Blair."
Speaking a fortnight before the 10th anniversary of the start of the Iraq war, he said: "Before I became an MP I worked for Tony Blair in Downing Street and I watched him with President Clinton and I watched him go through the agony before the intervention in Kosovo, which saved a lot of lives.
"There's no question in my mind that if you compare that to the post 2001 period George Bush was the worst thing ever to happen to Tony Blair if I contrast those two relationships with one American President and with the next.
"Because the first term of the Bush administration took America and the world on a very different course than had been set in the post Cold War period."
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Appearing on ITV's The Agenda with Tom Bradby, deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman was asked whether she would encourage women in her party to report allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
She replied: "I think no institution is immune from this and actually all institutions have got to absolutely reflect on it.
"But it's got to be reflected on with the thought in mind not of the person who's being accused but for the person who's actually spoken up and actually properly looking into those investigations.
"...It's all too easy for a man to feel horrified that a male colleague is being accused and to feel that it might bring a bad reputation to the organisation."
Other guests on tonight’s programme are Mary Beard, Omid Djalili and Danny Finkelstein.
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The deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman will join ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby on The Agenda tonight.
Also with the shadow culture secretary will be historian Mary Beard, comedian and Splash! contestant Omid Djalili and Daniel Finkelstein from The Times.
The Agenda with Tom Bradby will be broadcast on ITV at 10.35pm.
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