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Politics Weekly podcast: the cost of saving the NHS10/23/14
Michael White, Anne Perkins and Rafael Behr join Hugh Muir to discuss the plans to reform the NHS, the debate on Britain and the EU and the ill-advised Ukip calypsoHugh MuirMichael WhitePhil MaynardAnne PerkinsRafael Behr
Lord Freud, leaders' TV election debates and devolution – Politics...
Rafael Behr, Polly Toynbee and Toby Helm join Tom Clark to discuss Lord Freud's remarks about disabled people and the minimum wage; leaders' debates and Scottish (and English) devolutionTom ClarkRafael BehrPolly ToynbeeToby HelmPhil Maynard
Nick Clegg, human rights and Ukip – Politics Weekly podcast
Simon Jenkins, Nick Cohen and Naomi Smith join Tom Clark to discuss the Liberal Democrat party conference; Conservative plans to reform the Human Rights Act and Ukip's parliamentary ambitionsTom ClarkNick CohenSimon JenkinsPhil Maynard
Tories pledge tax cuts to follow welfare cuts – Politics Weekly podcast
Martin Kettle, Anne Perkins and Max Wind-Cowie join Hugh Muir to discuss an eventful week at the Conservative party conference in BirminghamHugh MuirMartin KettleAnne PerkinsMax Wind-CowiePhil Maynard
Should Britain join the attack on Isis? – Politics Weekly podcast
Michael White, Randeep Ramesh and Polly Toynbee join Hugh Muir to consider the question parliament has been recalled to vote onHugh MuirMichael WhitePolly ToynbeeRandeep RameshPhil Maynard
What next for the UK after Scotland votes against independence? -...
Jonathan Freedland presents a special discussion exploring the impact of Scotland's independence referendum on the United KingdomTom DevineJonathan FreedlandPolly ToynbeeRafael BehrPeter SaleJason Phipps
Scotland says no to independence – Politics Weekly podcast
As Scotland votes to remain part of the United Kingdom, Tom Clark presents a special edition of the podcast from EdinburghPhil MaynardTom ClarkNicholas WattGregg McClymont
Michael Gove ditched in David Cameron's reshuffle – Politics Weekly...
Rafael Behr, Anne Perkins and Hugh Muir join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's biggest reshuffle of his cabinet yetTom ClarkRafael BehrAnne PerkinsHugh MuirPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly podcast: public inquiries, strikes and liberalism
Edmund Fawcett, Polly Toynbee and Michael White discuss historical child abuse, public-sector strikes and liberalismTom ClarkMichael WhitePolly ToynbeePhil Maynard
Politics Weekly podcast: Coulson, Cameron and Juncker
Rafael Behr and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss the what the guilty verdict at the Old Bailey for Andy Coulson means for David Cameron. Plus: as Jean-Claude Juncker prepares to move into the presidential suite of the European Commission, we...
Politics Weekly podcast: Extremism, schools and British values
Richard Adams, Sunder Katwala and Anne Perkins join Hugh Muir to discuss Michael Gove's demand that schools make greater efforts to teach British values; plus will a football feel-good factor filter through to politics as the World Cup begins in...
Politics Weekly podcast: Newark byelection and the Queen's speech
Hugh Muir, Toby Helm and Rowena Mason join Tom Clark to discuss the byelection in Newark which the Conservatives held onto despite pressure from Ukip; plus the eleven new bills introduced by the coalition in its final year before the electionTom...
Europe's protest vote: Politics Weekly podcast
Hugh Muir, Kim Willsher, Lizzy Davies, Martin Kettle and Philip Oltermann and Martin Kettle join Anne Perkins to discuss the results of the European elections which saw low turnouts and a surge in votes for populist and far right partiesAnne...
Politics Weekly podcast: Is the Ukip surge sustainable?
Michale White, James Ball and Stephen Tall join Tom Clark to discuss the local elections in England and Prince Charles's comments about Vladimir PutinTom ClarkPhil MaynardJames BallMichael WhiteStephen Tall
European elections and Labour's fall in the opinion polls – Politics...
Martin Kettle, Rowena Mason, Ian Traynor, Randeep Ramesh and Jason Burke join Tom Clark to discuss the European elections; Labour's nosedive in the opinion polls; and India's electionTom ClarkMartin KettleRowena MasonRandeep RameshIan TraynorJason...
AstraZeneca and South Africa's election – Politics Weekly podcast
Jill Treanor, Michael White, Hugh Muir and David Smith join Tom Clark to discuss Pfizer's bid for British drugs giant AstraZenecaTom ClarkJill TreanorMichael WhiteHugh MuirDavid SmithPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly podcast: inequality and the Thomas Piketty phenomenon
French economist Thomas Piketty joins Tom Clark to discuss his new book Capital in the 21st CenturyTom ClarkThomas PikettyPolly ToynbeeAndrew LilicoRichard WilkinsonHenry McDonaldPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly podcast: Is Britain a Christian country?
Max Wind-Cowie, Hugh Muir and Martin Kettle join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's statement that 'Britain is a Christian country'; plus Ukip's controversial posters and the Obama campaign chief now working for Ed MilibandTom ClarkPhil MaynardMax...
Politics Weekly podcast: How to make the case for the EU
Hugo Dixon, Larry Elliott and Polly Toynbee join Tom Clark to discuss whether a popular case in favour of the EU can still be made in Britain. Plus the great Royal Mail rip-off and why privatisation of state assets is back on the menuTom ClarkLarry...
Politics Weekly podcast: Nick Clegg v Nigel Farage
Anne Perkins, Hugh Muir and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss the first televised leaders' debate on Britain's membership of the European Union. Plus: Ed Miliband is urged to be bold; and a farewell to Tony BennTom ClarkMichael WhiteAnne...
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