Politics Weekly Extra : Ron Johnston on campaign...05/01/15
Ron Johnston, co-author of Money and Electoral Politics discusses campaign finance and how it has affected the 2015 general electionAnne Perkins
Swinging Stevenage: the bellwether seat – Politics Weekly...
Tom Clark goes out on the campaign trail in the Tory/Labour swing seat of StevenageTom ClarkPhil Maynard
Ed Miliband: Britain’s next prime minister? - Politics...
Tim Bale, Rafael Behr and Toby Helm join Tom Clark to discuss Ed Miliband's record, political philosophy and his characterTom ClarkRafael BehrTim BaleToby HelmPhil Maynard
What happens if the election doesn’t produce a government?...
Larry Elliott, Anthony King and Randeep Ramesh join Tom Clark to discuss the party manifesto launches this week. Plus: what happens in May if the election fails to produce a government that can command the House of Commons?Tom ClarkAnthony KingRandeep...
Non-doms, Trident and Tony Blair – Politics Weekly podcast
Alberto Nardelli and Anne Perkins join Hugh Muir to discuss Labour's plan to crack down on the 'non-dom' tax status
Zero-hours contracts and anti-immigration mugs – Politics...
Zoe Williams, Hugh Muir and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss the first week of official election campaigningTom ClarkPhil MaynardMichael WhiteZoe WilliamsHugh Muir
Vote Dave, get Boris? – Politics Weekly podcast
Matthew d'Ancona, Rafael Behr and Anne Perkins join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's pledge to make this his last electionTom ClarkMatthew d'AnconaRafael BehrAnne PerkinsPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly extra: Nick Clegg interview
In an interview with the Guardian, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg tells Phoebe Greenwood that he still believes in coalition government despite a bruising experience of working with the Conservatives. He discusses his successes and failures after...
The coalition's last budget – Politics Weekly podcast
Robert Chote of the Office for Budget Responsibility and Gavin Kelly of the Resolution Foundation join Tom Clark to discuss George Osborne's budget. Plus: Jonathan Freedland and Larry Elliott reflect on a very political chancellorTom ClarkLarry...
Free schools, tuition fees and the Israeli election –...
Fiona Millar, Jonathan Simons, Richard Adams and Anne Perkins join Tom ClarkTom ClarkAnne PerkinsRichard AdamsFiona MillarJonathan SimonsPeter BeaumontPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly Extra: Nicola Sturgeon interview
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon discusses her approach to a possible post-election deal with Labour, her views on a second independence referendum and her approach to austerityPhoebe GreenwoodPhil Maynard
David Cameron ducks TV debates: Politics Weekly podcast
Alberto Nardelli, Heather Stewart and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's reluctance to take part in the televised leaders' debates; the latest poll results and how the palace of Westminster is falling into disrepairTom...
Cash for access: has sleaze returned to the Commons? –...
Polly Toynbee, Rowena Mason and David Shariatmadari join Tom Clark to discuss the suspension of two former foreign secretaries following allegations of cash for accessMalcolm RifkindTom ClarkRowena MasonDavid ShariatmadariPolly ToynbeeSimon Barnard
HSBC v HMRC – Politics Weekly podcast
James Ball, Juliette Garside and Michael White join Hugh Muir to discuss the leaked HSBC files that show how the Swiss arm of the bank helped hide hundreds of millions of pounds from the UK tax authoritiesHugh MuirJames BallJuliette GarsideMichael...
Business leaders bash Labour – Politics Weekly podcast
Nils Pratley, Polly Toynbee and Gaby Hinsliff join Tom Clark to discuss attacks on Labour from business leaders and the SNP poll surge in ScotlandTom ClarkNils PratleyPolly ToynbeeGaby HinsliffPhil Maynard
Syriza's anti-austerity victory in Greece – Politics...
Helena Smith, Sony Kapoor and Alberto Nardelli join Tom Clark to discuss the Greek election won by the leftwing Syriza party. Plus: what role will data play in the UK general election?Tom ClarkAlberto NardelliSony KapoorHelena SmithPhil Maynard
Guantánamo Diary: Riz Ahmed reads an extract – podcast
Our series of readings from Mohamedou Ould Slahi's account of his internment in Cuba continues as he recalls the relentless American interrogationsJason Phipps
Guantánamo Diary: Benedict Cumberbatch reads an extract –...
Our series of readings from Mohamedou Ould Slahi's account of his internment continues as he recalls the pain of receiving a forged letter from his brotherJason Phipps
Guantánamo Diary: Hari Kunzru reads an extract – podcast
Mohamedou Ould Slahi is transferred to another section of the detention camp in the latest of our series of extracts from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Hari Kunzru
Guantánamo Diary: Clarke Peters reads an extract – podcast
Mohamedou Ould Slahi describes his traumatic journey from Iraq to Cuba in the latest of our extracts from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Clarke PetersJason Phipps
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