A gas explosion in Austria forces Italy to declare a 'national emergency' over supplies.
France Hosts Climate Summit
The event takes place on the two-year anniversary of the Paris climate accord. We find out more from Samir Saran of India's Observer Research Foundation. Also in the programme, we explore what regulatory alignment with the EU will mean for the UK, after it emerged as a key element of last week's deal to move Brexit talks forward. Simon Boyd is managing director of steel maker REIDSteel, and Andrew Varga runs Seetru, which makes safety valves for industrial equipment. We take stock of progress towards US president Donald Trump's ambitions to reform and significantly cut taxes, with economist Irwin Stelzer of the Hudson Institute. Plus we have a special report from Greece, where the BBC's Ed Butler has been asking whether the eurozone's most troubled economy is showing signs of recovery.
(Picture: Wind turbines. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
Global Recall of Lactalis Baby Milk
The French baby milk maker ordered a global recall over fears of salmonella contamination. We find out more from Patti Rundell of the campaign group Baby Milk Action. Also in the programme, Poland has a new prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki. We ask Dominic Cherzinky, spokesperson for the ruling Law and Justice party whether Mr Morawiecki will be able to build a better relationship with the European Union. We have a report exploring the plight of women subjected to economic abuse by their partners. Plus we find out why Apple may be interested in buying Shazam, the app which helps you identify music through a snippet of sound.
(Picture: A baby drinking formula milk. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
'Breakthrough' Deal in Brexit Talks
UK prime minister Theresa May has struck a deal to move Brexit talks forward. We gauge reaction to the day's developments from the UK and across the European Union. Also in the programme, Melinda Gates of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation tells us how providing contraception can improve economic performance, by allowing more women into the workplace. Plus we look back at the rest of the week's big business stories with Lisa Abramowicz of Bloomberg Radio in New York, and Rebecca Byrne of the Wall Street Journal in London.
Update: GE sheds 12,000 jobs
General Electric cuts jobs in its power division, blaming lower demand for fossil fuels.