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Top political commentators reflect on the week's political events in discussion with MPs, Peers and others.

Top political commentators reflect on the week's political events in discussion with MPs, Peers and others.
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London, United Kingdom

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BBC

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Top political commentators reflect on the week's political events in discussion with MPs, Peers and others.

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English


Episodes

26/05/2018

5/26/2018
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Sam Coates of The Times asks how Brexit is affecting the social lives of politicians. Why have negotiations on security arrangements only just begun? Who's behind a promised boost to health spending? And the MPs who can't help speaking up. Editor: Peter Mulligan.

Duration:00:28:19

19/05/2018

5/19/2018
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Helen Lewis of The New Statesman looks behind the scenes at Westminster. When it comes to the Brexit negotiations what is the difference between a customs partnership, a customs union and so-called maximum facilitation? And which of these proposals will get through parliament? Plus after the violence in Gaza this week is it time for new thinking on the Israeli Palestinian conflict. And how cross party co-operation in politics can work. The editor is Marie Jessel.

Duration:00:28:20

12/05/2018

5/12/2018
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Steve Richards asks why Europe always torments Tory Prime Ministers. A new Mayor explains his difficult task. And what if parties of the left all worked together? Editor: Peter Mulligan.

Duration:00:29:48

28/04/2018

4/28/2018
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Kate McCann of The Daily Telegraph asks if ethnic minority voters will shun the Conservative Party after the Windrush scandal? When should ministers resign? Could the row over the customs union lead to a confidence vote for Theresa May? And are MPs suffering from 'post-Brexit stress syndrome'? Editor: Peter Mulligan.

Duration:00:28:09

21/04/2018

4/21/2018
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Tom Newton Dunn of The Sun asks what happens next in Syria after last week's air strikes. Should MPs have the final say on military action? Different views on the Commonwealth. And the political appeal of Twitter. Editor: Peter Mulligan.

Duration:00:28:04

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