Prime Minister Boris Johnson now has to get the draft agreement through Parliament, and support for the deal is far from guaranteed. But what kind of deal is it, and how is it different from previous versions? We speak to Jennifer Baker, an EU policy correspondent based in Brussels.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has spoken about the importance of free expression and voice, and how they're threatened by the internet. But he's also revealed that Facebook had thought about banning all political advertising from the platform, but decided not to in the end - in favour of free expression. We listen into his speech.
And can children be taught how to be entrepreneurs? The Australians think so. Our reporter has been visiting schools in Sydney.
Jamie Robertson is joined throughout the programme by Yahoo Finance reporter Jessica Smith in Washington and Shuli Ren, Bloomberg reporter in Shanghai.
(Picture: Boris Johnson shakes hands with Jean Claude Juncker. Credit: Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images)
Could the UK be getting close to a Brexit deal?
Could the UK be getting close to a Brexit deal? We talk to BBC political correspondent, Nick Eardley. Also, we examine the pros and cons of hydrogen-powered cars and ask if they will ever catch on. Also in the programme, the controversial Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is hoping to be an active participant in India's ambitious 5G expansion plan, as Jay Chen, chief executive of Huawei India, explains. Plus Netflix has announced its results for the latest quarter, we hear from Brian Steinberg, senior tv editor for Variety. OYO is the world's second largest hotel company and one of the fastest growing companies in the world; we talk to chief executive Aditya Ghosh. The Texas state fair is one of the biggest events of its kind in the US and whilst the culinary focus is often on outlandish creations, there’s method to this seeming gastronomic madness as the BBC's Elizabeth Hotson finds out in Dallas. And we're joined throughout the programme by Madhavan Narayanan, a freelance writer and former senior editor at Hindustan Times in Delhi, and Tawnell Hobbs, national education reporter at the World Street Journal in Dallas, Texas.
Picture: UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson by Rui Vieira, WPA Pool/Getty Images
Is a Brexit breakthrough imminent?
Downing Street is playing down reports of an imminent Brexit deal with the EU, saying talks are still on-going. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said the two sides must agree the details by the end of Tuesday. We get the latest from our political correspondent Jessica Parker. Plus, Google has launched its latest smartphone, the Pixel 4. Will it prove to be more of a hit than its 3 predecessors? Our technology correspondent Zoe Kleinman gives us the lowdown. Plus, as Christine Lagarde becomes President of the European Central Bank, we ask, can she steer the Eurozone out of recession and back to the glory days of the Euro’s debut two decades ago? And, do you live in a meritocracy? We hear an advocate at the Supreme Court in India describe how positive discrimination helped her get a top job despite the country's caste system.
All this and more discussed with our two guests on either side of the Pacific: Jyoti Malhotra, Editor, National and Strategic Affairs at The Print website, in Delhi. And Nicole Childers, Executive Producer at Marketplace, in Los Angeles.
(Photo: EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier arrives at the EU HQ in Brussels. Credit: Getty Images.)
Japan counts costs of deadly floods
With Japan continuing its rescue operations from the devastation caused by Typhoon Hagibis, we talk to Robin Harding, Tokyo bureau chief for the Financial Times about what its like in the city right now. Meanwhile, the US is imposing sanctions on leaders in Turkey, in response to the intensification of hostilities there. We speak to Soner Çağaptay, director of the Turkish Research Programme at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy about whether this will hurt the country's already struggling economy. And, do you swear in the workplace? Do your colleagues? We ask if blue language is ever acceptable in a modern office. (Picture credit: iStock/ Getty Images Plus)
US postpones next tariff hike after China trade talks
The US has agreed to suspend its next tariff hike on Chinese imports after two days of trade talks in Washington. We get the latest from our New York Business Reporter Vivienne Nunis. We hear from the CEO of US store Dick's Sporting Goods on why he decided to stop selling guns.
All this and more discussed with our two guests throughout the show. Alexis Goldstein, activist and financial reform advocate in Washington DC. And Liz Gwynn of Prime7 News, in New South Wales.
(Photo: President Trump shaking hands. Credit: Getty Images.)