1. Russian Roulette: The Invasion of Ukraine (Dispatch Five)
A senior immigration judge has been forced to quit after his bosses discovered he had been living with an illegal immigrant.
Richard McKee, 65, agreed to step down after admitting he had been supporting 39-year-old Nigerian woman, Fatima Umar, who had overstayed her visa to the UK.
The judge, a full-time Tribunal Judge of the Upper Tribunal since 2002, left his job on 4 February after Umar was arrested at his £410,000 flat in Kilburn, north London, where she had previously lived with him.
3. An hour interview and Q&A with Edward Snowdon
(Not one hint as to how the fire started whatsoever)
The two men travelling on stolen passports on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that mysteriously disappeared on Saturday have been identified as Iranian nationals.
A BBC Persian report quotes an Iranian friend of one of the men, who said he hosted the pair in Kuala Lumpur after they arrived from Tehran in the days preceding their flight to Beijing.
A state school allegedly infiltrated by Muslim fundamentalists had on its staff an extremist who was jailed for his involvement in a terror cell which planned to behead a British soldier, it emerged yesterday.
Zahoor Iqbal, 36, was arrested while working for Saltley School, Birmingham, as an attendance officer and ‘achievement mentor’.
Saltley is one of several schools allegedly targeted for takeover by Islamic fanatics.