Brexit: the Chequers 'deal' that was good for less than 24 hours. Plus .... Donald Trump: as he starts his visit in Oxfordshire this evening, we ask - why should we welcome him? And .... Defence: how much should we spend, when demands on the Treasury are going up?
To debate all that - and what we can learn from Gareth Southgate's England squad:-
- Stephen Morgan, Labour MP for Portsmouth South
- Layla Moran, Lib Dem MP for Oxford West & Abingdon, and
- Tobias Ellwood, Tory MP for Bournemouth East and Defence Minister
A Royal Navy ship is due to be decommissioned today, having been in service for 14 years.
Portsmouth-based HMS Severn was mainly used to enforce fishing rules within British waters.
It's being replaced with five new River-class offshore patrol vessels.
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.
The new Armed Forces Minister, Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt, on the problem of combining that job with her role as a Navy reservist.
The Conservative MP for Aldershot Sir Gerald Howarth on the Government's forthcoming defence review and the possibility of more cuts.
Family members of the crew of HMS Richmond have mixed feelings about saying goodbye to their loved ones. The ship is on its way for a routine deployment in the Middle East as part of the Royal Navy's security operations in the area.
Family and friends of the sailors of HMS Richmond have waved them goodbye this Saturday lunchtime as the Type 23 Frigate leaves Portsmouth for the Middle East.
Her task is to provide reassurance to the UK’s allies in the region, whilst conducting maritime security, counter narcotics and counter-piracy patrols to protect British trade and wider national interests.
The ship and her crew are replacing HMS Kent in the region. The vessel will take part in anti-piracy and anti-narcotics patrols in the area. It is a routine 9 month deployment for HMS Richmond and her main role is to provide reassurance to the UK’s allies in the region.
This deployment has been a year in the making since our return from the South Atlantic in early 2014. The entire ship’s company has worked hard to ensure that we are ready to take on this important work
The Type 23 Frigate is to set sail today, Saturday, for the Middle East where she will take part in security operations. The ship will replace her sister vessel HMS Kent in the region.
The nine month deployment will form part of the Royal Navy's long term presence East of Suez. Her main task will be to provide reassurance to the UK's allies in the region as well as taking part in counter piracy operations and general maritime security. It is a routine deployment for the Navy.
The ship's crew's families are expected to wave the ship off from her Portsmouth base.
The closing chapter began today in the history of Britain's Sea King search and rescue helicopters - with the announcement that the service will be sold to an American company.
For thirty five years they have provided life saving help and for the past four - a job for Prince William.
ITV News Royal Correspondent Tim Ewart looks back on the Sea King's finest hours.