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BBC iPlayer for 30 days. More clips on social media BBC Politics Facebook site with more clips and text news Twitter page site with more interviews and pictures Monday 22 May Do voters trust May or Corbyn on social care? How relevant are Corbyn's past IRA comments? 'Absolute nonsense' to say BNP is racist Pints, cushions and a stadium crowd hen will Scottish nurses get a pay rise? BBC correspondent on Theresa May speech Chuka Umunna on social care funding Theresa Villiers on social care funding Sunday 21 May Comparing the Tory and Labour manifestos David Gauke defends Tory social care plans David Gauke on Tories social care plans David Gauke on immigration Peter Dowd on Labour's commitment to nuclear deterrent Why doesn't Corbyn condemn IRA bombing? Friday 19 May Legs, battle bus breakdown and some mooing In the swing of election night results Immigration control: ambition or target? Libertarian Party plans to clear national debt Labour reaction to pension policies Rupert Harrison on manifesto pledges Tory changes from 2015 to 2017 Thursday 18 May Coalitions, tweets, alcohol, bus and bingo Revolutionary bid for election votes Politicians in The Thick Of mixing fact and fiction Mood box: What age should we be allowed to vote? Raab - A 'major omission' in the 2017 Tory manifesto? Dominic Raab on social fare contributions Dominic Raab on Tory manifesto social care pledges BBC assistant political editor at Tory manifesto launch What's in the Conservative manifesto? Wednesday 17 May Lib Dems pledge a second Brexit vote Is Indyref2 the main election campaign issue? What does Alliance for Green Socialism stand for? Retro games, period poverty and bridge tolls What's in the Lib Dem manifesto? Lord Forsyth on manifesto pledges and spending What is Labour planning to do with UK electrical supply Independence issue in campaign for Scottish seats Tuesday 16 May How Liberal and Lib Dem policies vary 'Some opportunities' for post-Brexit Wales Two and four-legged campaign figures Who said what in referendum campaign? Will politicians keep manifesto pledges? Clegg: People don't watch the interviews between you and me Clegg: It was just cringingly embarrassing Nick Clegg on Washington Post claims about Trump What is Labour offering at the election? Andy McDonald on Labour manifesto stats Andy McDonald on nationalising water firms in England Andy McDonald on paying for spending pledges Monday 15 May English Democrats 'not diminishing' Do manifestos affect the way we vote? Tory plan for workers' rights TUC reaction to Tory plans for workers' rights Where do parties stand on workers' rights? Harry Styles and other election campaign news Labour pledges an extra £37bn on NHS in England over 5 years Sunday 14 May Rebecca Long-Bailey on rail nationalisation Brandon Lewis on corporation tax How will the performance of party leaders affect behaviour at the ballot box? US pollster Frank Luntz on the General Election How many candidates are the bigger parties putting up on 8 June? Friday 12 May Will Brexit help or hinder UK in Eurovision? SNP: Tory 'bluff and bluster' over Europe Corbyn has set out his views on defence and foreign policy 'Defence of the realm safe with Labour' Why is Socialist Party opposing Corbyn? Cameron and Blair back in politics Guy Ritchie confused by party leaders How much is the election costing UK taxpayers? Will pollsters get the next election result right? Thursday 11 May Rapping, leaking, fishing and no candidates Lib Dem plan for 50,000 Syrian refugees in UK Mood box: What do voters make of Theresa May? Pirates want online and offline freedoms Leanne Wood on Plaid-Tory polling and results Stephen Crabb on devolved powers for Wales 'Wales has been ignored and neglected since decision to leave EU' James Cleverly on UK-Saudi relations and arms sales James Cleverly on defence spending When will we see Plaid manifesto? There seem to be three different conspiracy theories Plaid leader on Labour manifesto What is in the leaked Labour manifesto? Wednesday 10 May £250k by-election claim 'completely false' Women's Equality Party has 'better candidates' Dromey and Gove on Labour school plans Do voters think it is over for UKIP? Nuttall: UKIP support 'will go down' A political ride, cooking and busking Labour members expelled from the party Explaining Labour's education plans Nuttall on a One Show appearance? BBC's Tom Symonds on CPS decision over election spending Tuesday 9 May Mood box: More likely to vote for Labour under Corbyn? Flagging the election campaign Labour: People 'feel they are being demonised What does Christian Peoples Alliance stand for? Marxist to cap or freeze energy bills? Owen Jones on the Jeremy Corbyn image Owen Jones on Jeremy Corbyn speech Monday 8 May BBC announces election programme details Mood box: Have voters changed their mind since last week? Party wants separate tax rate for Yorkshire Rapping, cats, pints and Marxist denial Catherine West on election debates Dominic Grieve on election debates Catherine West on hospital parking Dominic Grieve on manifesto pledges Who is promising what on tax? What will Macron win mean for the UK? Sunday 7 May Norman Lamb: Mental health funding 'is simply not enough' BBC Local Elections 2017: A look behind the scenes Burgon: Labour focused on General Election Is it over for UKIP? Is John McDonnell a Marxist or not? Friday 5 May No Daily Politics as we made way for rolling election coverage on BBC1 Local elections - part one Local elections - part two Thursday 4 May Reaction to the French presidential TV debate: Max Begon-Lours Reaction to the French presidential TV debate: Tim Marshall Is the 'IS' reign of terror coming to an end? Foreign affairs expert on the 'generational battle' timing How to deal with terror threats to UK What do we learn from Trump's tweets? Why did Tommy Robinson visit Quilliam office? Parliament proclamation arrives in Edinburgh Which parts of the UK can vote today? Wednesday 3 May What have political leaders been up to? Where have all the MPs gone? Who will win the battle for Cardiff? Margot James on health policy Barry Gardiner on Labour's health plans Charles Grant from the Centre for European Reform Election debate: UKIP v Green Looking at Scottish education rankings and funding What seats are being contested on Thursday? Tuesday 2 May Labour MP won't support Corbyn for PM Battle for jewel of Scottish local government 20 years on - how will Blair be remembered? Abbott listens to her LBC policing interview Brexit negotiations to start July or August Monday 1 May
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Sunday 30 April 'Rigged' economy? How do Labour plan to deal with it? Local Elections: Leanne Wood on why you should vote Plaid Cymru Friday 28 April SNP 'more popular today than 10 years ago' UKIP 'secure financially and going forward' Headlines from first week of electioneering Why will some people have a metro mayor? Thursday 27 April Is the Prevent strategy doing its job? Warsi: Time to independently review Prevent What will the US do about North Korea? How will Labour fund 1m homes in five years? Wednesday 26 April 'I'd listen to what Maureen has to say' May and Corbyn clash on housing and schools Farron: Nasty party, never been nastie SNP: Pensions triple-lock - yes or no? PM name-checks 'I like Corbyn but' website What do Siri and Alexa know about the election? Tuesday 25 April What is Labour's Brexit policy? Brexit debate: Raab v Carmichael What can be done about London's dirty money? Plaid: Brexit threatens future of Wales What makes a good school? Monday 24 April Why does UKIP want to ban the burka? FILM: 'Our heroes need a pay rise' DEBATE: Should the UK spend more on defence? Where does Labour stand on Trident? What's in the political diary this week? Why might some parties not stand against their political rivals Sunday 23 April Patrick McLoughlin on election spending Arron Banks on running in Clacton French Election: Could there be another shock? How much does a General Election cost the parties? McLoughlin: Tories party "of low taxation" Friday 21 April How will Labour fund its election pledges? Mood box: What's the most important election issue? The week's politics in one minute How are the Brexit talks coming along? Let's take a look at Labour's campaign so far Looking at the opinion polls Unite leadership contest has been 'very bitter and acrimonious' Thursday 20 April Dromey asked about Kinnock prediction Jack Dromey on treatment of workers Suzanne Evans not standing in 2017 election 'UKIP has also faced an array of problems - mostly self-inflicted' Evans on UKIP: We are not out yet Details of the political wash-up period What is the Parliamentary wash-up? Reaction to Douglas Carswell not standing in general election Lucas on 'progressive alliance' talks Wednesday 19 April The road map to election day What could be in Tory manifesto? What could be in the Labour manifesto? Why won't SNP support a June election? Will SNP and Labour back a progressive alliance at Westminster? Corbyn's first PMQs question to May after election date announced May and Corbyn on TV debates May and Corbyn on election promises on debt and spending SNP Westminster leader on saboteurs and mandates Corbyn and May on claims of broken promises Farron on debates in 1992 and 2017 elections What about candidates who face 2015 expense allegations? Tuesday 18 April Election 2017 reaction from Lib Dem leader Tim Farron UKIP deputy leader Peter Whittle on general election timing Election 2017 reaction: Green leader Jonathan Bartley What do bookies make of the election odds? Neil Coyle on election timing and Jeremy Corbyn How can the PM call an election? Shadow minister Barry Gardiner on election timing Former Tory leader Duncan Smith on election timing BBC political editor on election timing Easter recess
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Sunday 2 April Will Brexit be a smooth journey? Michael Howard on Brexit negotiations Jon Ashworth: Labour have to be winning seats Lord Howard on Brexit deal How bad could May's elections be for Labour? Jon Ashworth on Labour's election future "Lib Dems are back in business" Friday 31 March Finding a post-Brexit passport design The Westerners fighting against IS The political week in 60 seconds NHS England chief executive on waiting times Waiting times 'trade-off' is 'a huge, sharp wake-up call for voters' 'This is about cuts' - the Morning Star's Ben Chacko A softening of the EU's position? Donald's Trump's views on Nato The Morning Star's Ben Chacko says the UK would be safer outside Nato The government's Brexit strategy amounts to a 'right-wing coup' says Green Party deputy leader Thursday 30 March A weighty dilemma for the Isle of Wight Will there be another rise in the pension age? Former minister's Brexit concerns The issues at stake in Brexit negotiations What say will the European Parliament have? Trade and security Davis and Starmer on Great Repeal Bill Ken Livingstone disciplinary hearing Ken Livingstone hearing debate Isle of Wight journalist on 'Floaty McFloatface' Wednesday 29 March Theresa May's Article 50 statement Jeremy Corbyn's Article 50 speech Guess the Year The timetable for today Guests react to Article 50 trigger Brexit: how it happened Ashdown: Government has 'hijacked' vote SNP MP wants 'two way process' PMQs clash over police numbers Robertson: There is no UK-wide agreement Funding for schools Boris Johnson accused of 'smirking' 'Now is not the time' to trigger Article 50 'A mood of some sadness here in Brussels' UKIP reaction Green Party reaction Article 50 has been triggered so what happens next? Tuesday 28 March A look at the new pound coin Proposal to review prescription medicines Prescription medicines review Ineos boss on prescriptions review MP on '£350m for NHS' claim John Redwood asked about £350m claim Daily Mail's 'legs' headline Scottish Parliament to resume referendum debate Unite leadership contest Green Party MEP debates the 'very divisive subject' of fracking with Ineos boss Monday 27 March Soapbox: Post-Brexit political division Debate on 'divided Britain' PM to meet Scotland's first minister SNP spokesman on May and Sturgeon talks Tory MP defends May's approach to Scotland Labour MP on second referendum Parties' priorities for Brexit UKIP MEP and Lib Dem MP on Brexit process The political week ahead Contenders for most important historical letter Sunday 26 March David Lidington on parliamentary security Why did Douglas Carswell quit UKIP? Director of Europol on Westminster terror attack How was Khalid Masood inspired? Director of Europol on Westminster attacks Will there be a by-election in Clacton? 100% UKIP to 0%? What happened? Paul Nuttall 'disaapointed' in Carswell Nuttall on Carswell quitting UKIP Lidington on security in Westminster Friday 24 March Which EU member makes the most cars? The political week in 60 seconds Triggering of Article 50 'a failure and a tragedy' - Juncker The Westminster attacker - what we know so far Met Police statement Security around Parliament 'A lone actor on the day' Labour MP calls on tech giants to combat 'online grooming' What legal powers do police and intelligence services have? Lib Dem peer and Tory MP on surveillance powers Has attack changed the view of Westminster? Article 50 letter to be sent next week Thursday 23 March How an attack on Westminster unfolded Leaders declare solidarity with the UK Labour MP describes Westminster yesterday Reports attacker shot by minister's bodyguard Security minister on Westminster attack Duncan Smith on Westminster attack Daily Politics presenter was in Parliament yesterday The BBC's Phil Mackie reports from Birmingham where arrests were made BBC security correspondent on counter-terrorism investigations Former Labour minister on terror attacks Wednesday 22 March Free vote on Parliament restoration Corbyn attacks schools 'vanity project' Scottish people 'should have a choice' Ban on electronics on flights Home Office minister on electronics ban State of the polls PMQs: Corbyn leads on school funding Does the PM agree with teacher Eileen? May attacks shadow ministers' school choices 'Labour put the party first' - May Why does PM oppose independence? SNP MP on Electoral Commission fine PMQs verdict What's in the PM's in tray? Tuesday 21 March What is the fishing industry angling for? What would a Brexit movie look like? The life of Martin McGuinness Meeting of the PLP Labour MP backs Watson Shadow minister on Labour row Tory peer and Labour MP on early election Martin McGuinness and Northern Ireland's politics Referendum vote in Scottish Parliament Peter Taylor on Martin McGuinness Conservative peer: Look to the future Monday 20 March Soapbox: Learning disabilities Minimum wage debate Brexit process to begin MPs react to Article 50 trigger Momentum and Tom Watson MP and Momentum member clash over Labour's future What are the rules on MPs and second jobs? MPs on George Osborne's new job What's happening in politics this week? Sunday 19 March Chief Executive of NHS Providers on funding Clegg: May's Brexit plan is 'self harming approach' for UK Andrew Gwynne: Labour 'preparing for early election' Gwynne - 'Labour preparing for early General Election' A look back at a turbulent week for Theresa May Nick Clegg on Theresa May Nick Clegg on early election and Osborne the Journo Chief Executive of NHS Providers on funding Friday 17 March BBC media editor on George Osborne's new job Labour MP on George Osborne's new job Sturgeon v May SNP deputy leader on second referendum May 'has re-armed' SNP Theresa May spring conference speech The SNP is showing 'arrogance' says Conservative MSP Thursday 16 March Are universities restricting free speech? Donald Trump's limo under the hammer The details of the Conservative Party election expenses story Are the Conservatives worried about the expenses row? 'If you had an opposition with chutzpah it would be going to town on this' says Rod Liddle National Insurance U-turn Oliver Letwin on the Budget Former minister reacts to expenses fine Freedom of speech at universities Future of UKIP Wednesday 15 March Tory MP defends NI increase .... then U-turn Corbyn attacks NI U-turn 'chaos' SNP calls for UK-wide Brexit agreement Virtual tour of Parliament launched Minister on NI changes Labour corporation tax plans Scottish social attitudes survey Election expenses NI u-turn welcomed May defends Budget 'The prime minister is for turning' says the SNP's Angus Robertson SNP MP Callum McCaig asks whether the UK can afford to be an independent country Yvette Cooper on spring Budgets PMQs verdict Conservative critic welcomes NI move Tuesday 14 March Can politicians make us laugh? The highlights from yesterday's Commons debate on the Brexit bill Peers also debated the Brexit bill last night Jeremy Corbyn was 'clumsy with his language' The winners of Scotland's 2014 independence referendum 'have changed the deal' Tory MSP says SNP has no mandate for vote What happens after Article 50 is triggered? Parliament and Brexit Gyles Brandreth on jokes in the House Is the Commons a funny place? Monday 13 March Soapbox: Royal succession Should Prince Charles become king? A second Scottish referendum Labour MP on Scottish independence Triggering Article 50 Week ahead Post-Brexit trade with the Commonwealth It is right to give Scottish voters 'a choice of two futures' says SNP Europe spokesman Sunday 12 March What will happen after the Brexit bill has passed? Soubry v Farage: Brexit deal or no deal? Louise Mensch on Trump's wiretap allegations Anna Soubry on Brexit deal Nigel Farage on Brexit deal Nigel Farage: No deal is a lot better for the nation Soubry v Farage Farage "probably would" stand in South Thanet again Matthew Taylor on national insurance rises Friday 10 March Did David Cameron criticise the Budget? Vying to be West Midlands metro mayor The political week in 60 seconds What did David Cameron say to the defence secretary? NI contributions row - how much does Torsten Bell think the government could raise from Andrew Neil? Thursday 9 March Is it a good time to be a girl? When politics becomes a laughing matter Conservative MP on NI changes Shadow minister on NI changes Helena Morrissey 'disappointed' by NI change Lib Dem MP on social care funding Social care money 'a first step' Labour MP on 'stability of public services' Can a deal be reached in Northern Ireland? Is it a good time to be a girl? Helena Morrissey and Alison Wolf debate Wednesday 8 March How has the economy fared since the EU referendum last June? More Budget clips are available here Tuesday 7 March How will the Lib Dems win back voters? Chessboxing - a new Brexit battleground? Will pro-Remain Tory MP back Brexit bill? Look ahead to Philip Hammond's first Budget Conservative MP on schools spending Farron condemns 'crazy experiment' Lib Dem leader on party's tax policy Can Arlene Foster hang on in Northern Ireland? UKIP v Lib Dem at speed chess An early general election? Iain Duncan Smith and Tim Farron on Brexit bill Lib Dem leader on winning over pro-Brexit voters Monday 6 March Soapbox: Muslims 'more victimised' Is anti-Muslim sentiment on the rise? Publishing tax returns Norman Smith on the future of Vauxhall Five year economic forecasts questioned Alex Wild of the Taxpayers' Alliance on the future of economic forecasts A look ahead to the Budget Can the DUP and Sinn Fein reach a deal following elections? Business minister on Northern Ireland talks 'Direct rule not an option' says shadow minister What's happening in politics this week? Will the Lords pass more amendments to the Brexit bill this week? Should politicians tone down their rhetoric about Muslims? Sunday 5 March Exclusive report: Islamist Terrorism in the UK Is the UK doing enough to prevent Islamist terrorism? Lidington on Unilateral gesture What can be done for the Muslim community to integrate more into British society? How prepared are we for a Paris-style terror attack? Growth forecast will be back to where it was year ago (pre-#EUref), predicts Paul Johnson David Lidington on Brexit trade deal Friday 3 March The 'fresh face' of Sinn Fein The political week in 60 seconds Claire Fox and George Parker on the US and Russia UK government's Scotland secretary on Brexit Will there be a second independence referendum? SNP has 'the cause for a second referendum' but it could be hard to win Plaid Cymru leader backs single market Will the Northern Ireland election break deadlock? Thursday 2 March What next for Labour after Copeland? Will last night's government defeat affect the Brexit timetable? Pro-Leave peer on government defeat What will Labour MPs do following government defeat? UKIP's Liz Jones says she is not aware of disciplinary action against MP Douglas Carswell 'as yet' Front National's Bruno Gollnisch on why Marine Le Pen tweeted 'gruesome' images of Islamic State violence Labour elections co-ordinator on party's future Live tweeting the past - the academics recalling the headlines from the 1997 election 'No question of mass deportations' - Lamont Lords voted to give EU citizens in the UK a 'sense of security' claims Labour MP Andrew Gwynne Wednesday 1 March Leaders clash over disability payments Corbyn: The nasty party is still around When will 'soft coup' be triggered? Did Mr Speaker shower this morning? Commuters on rail strikes Rail minister responds on Southern Rail dispute Labour MP to union and minister: 'Sort it out' PM's tribute to Sir Gerald Kaufman Labour leader on Sir Gerald Kaufman Leaders clash over disability benefits How much notice was given of plans to change access to disability benefits? Corbyn asks if Tories are still 'the nasty party' PM on mental health and Copeland result SNP Westminster leader on Brexit negotiations Did the Speaker shower this morning? Does the government face defeat in the Lords on the rights of EU citizens in the UK? MPs on Budget and disability payments Tuesday 28 February Westminster's annual pancake race MPs' seat shake-up report by 2018 The government's policy is one of 'deeper cuts and for longer' says shadow chancellor Austerity has been 'the right recipe' says Conservative peer Baroness Wheatcroft How did things turn sour between Nigel Farage and UKIP's only MP? Show support for current leader says Welsh Assembly member Conservative EU Leave campaigners saw Farage as a threat claims former press secretary Sir John Major's Brexit speech felt like 'a full frontal assault' Sir John Major offered 'helpful hints' for government's EU negotiations Boundary Commission's Sam Hartley explains the timetable for cutting the number of MPs Boundary changes are 'about eliminating' some Labour seats claims Stephen Kinnock Conservatives are not 'gerrymandering' the Commons with boundary changes, says MP John Penrose Monday 27 February An end to freedom of movement? Soapbox: Sugar tax Sugar tax debate Government looking at "fair" system of work permits says John Redwood Government's proposals are 'not clear' Labour's Barry Gardiner says he is not aware of a 'soft coup' against Jeremy Corbyn Former Labour leadership contender on 'soft coup' against Jeremy Corbyn What's happening in the political week ahead? Sunday 26 February Was Donald Trump right about Sweden? Patrick O'Flynn on the future of UKIP Kezia Dugdale: I have a plan to turn things around What happened in the Stoke and Copeland by-elections? Should Arron Banks be made UKIP chairman? Swedish MP on Trump remarks Douglas Murray on Sweden's migration policy Friday 24 February The political week in 60 seconds Issues at stake in Northern Ireland vote Stoke provides 'some comfort' for Labour Labour MP John Woodcock on Copeland by-election Labour's Ian Lavery on Copeland Theresa May hails 'wonderful victory' Labour 'surprised' by the scale of its loss Stoke was 'a tough learning curve' for Paul Nuttall says Diane James Cristina Odone says UKIP leader Paul Nuttall 'lost it' in Stoke Jeremy Corbyn is 'a big problem' for Labour, says the Guardian's Rafael Behr Andrew Neil with the numbers from Copeland and Stoke Central Thursday 23 February Are the young or the old better off? Where is the political centre ground? Has Labour secured a government concession on the Brexit bill? Labour leader in the Lords on the Brexit bill Conservative peer on Brexit debate in Parliament The latest immigration figures New migration figures are 'a step in the right direction' says MigrationwatchUK Migrants are coming to the UK to work, says Lord Willetts Age wealth gap debate Rise in parish council tax bills Labour and the centre ground Thatcher 'moved the centre ground' From 'just about managing' to the 'squeezed middle' We can dab too you know... What do you think to @afneil and @Jo_Coburn's dabs @tomwatson? Wednesday 22 February Were MPs misled over business rates? PM promises help on business rates NHS in 'state of emergency' - Corbyn Labour deputy leader 'dabs' during PMQs BBC home affairs correspondent on foreign spouses ruling Shadow minister on Supreme Court judgement Northern Ireland secretary on 'sensitive' evidence Corbyn and May clash on NHS NHS is in a state of emergency says Jeremy Corbyn Conservative MP backs Jo Cox anniversary plans Labour MP Caroline Flint on growing up in the home of a problem drinker Greens' co-leader on business rates 'hike' Jon Pienaar on Tony Blair statement about Guantanamo compensation MPs on tackling 'legacy' of the Troubles Tuesday 21 February Meeting the candidates in the Copeland by-election NHS local plans in England NHS plans defended There is a 'humanitarian crisis' in the NHS says Owen Jones Lord Lawson and Owen Jones on the House of Lords MP Nigel Evans defends Trump state visit plans Trump branded an 'obnoxious, menacing President' Who might succeed Jeremy Corbyn? Corbyn ally's by-election predictions Supporters split over Brexit giving Labour 'a unique problem' Hate crime and Brexit Brexit hate crime 'spike' disputed Hate crime increase 'linked to referendum' Committee calls for action on the gender pay gap Focus on the gender pay gap is 'a Marxist idea' Monday 20 February On the campaign trail in Stoke-on-Trent Soapbox: Is the National Trust too PC? Brexit bill - what happens next? Labour's Baroness Smith calls for 'meaningful' vote on Brexit terms Lib Dem leader in the Lords confident that Brexit bill can be amended Can by-election campaigners name the songs of Stoke's famous son Robbie Williams? James Delingpole and MPs debate the National Trust Some firms facing 'astronomical increases' in business rates says Federation of Small Businesses A look ahead to a packed political week Debate on Trump's visit to the UK Sunday 12 February Stoke by-election: Meet the candidates Letwin: House of Lords must not derail Brexit Matthew Goodwin on Labour Oliver Letwin on Article 50 and the Lords Lords "has no intention of trying to sabotage" Brexit Labour Lords Leader: We won't sabotage Brexit Friday 10 February Who is in Corbyn's inner circle? Council sets up a scheme for volunteers to make minor road repairs. MEPs to vote on robot regulation Who will lead Brexit talks for the EU? European politics in 60 seconds Thursday 9 February Former MP Brandreth on the Dubs Agreement Background to the Surrey funding texts Why was council tax referendum cancelled? Texts that should never have been sent Why are bins emptied less often? How often should bins be emptied? Brexit debate: Brandreth and Gardiner Know your Dexeu from Mixity? Some Brexit debate highlights Wednesday 8 February Nick Gibb on Brexit vote timing Andy McDonald on Brexit vote timing How will Clive Lewis vote later today? Looking back on John Bercow's career #prayfordiane Corbyn and May on health services More on health services from May and Corbyn PM asked about spending in Tory council area Labour leader reads out leaked texts to 'Nick' NHS funding question from MP recovering after cancer treatment MP asks PM about future status of EU nationals in UK Who is Nick in the leaked Surrey funding texts? Labour shadow minister on leaked Surrey texts Tory minister asked about leaked texts Statement from Surrey County Council leader Tuesday 7 February Who is in the PM's Number 10 team? What are Brexit amendments about? Will white paper solve housing shortage? Speaker announces Commons clerks will no longer wear wigs Pienaar: What has the shadow cabinet decided about Brexit? Pienaar: What will happen to Diane Abbott? Some global leaders the Speaker has previously welcomed to Westminster Conservative MP Shelbrooke on Bercow and Trump Lucas: Parliament not there for the PM "to pimp out to whoever she wants to" Monday 6 February PM should be 'firm and respectful' to Israel Did Labour Leave get too close to UKIP? How to be a successful prime minister MPs debate NHS overseas charges Top five un-diplomatic tweets Hoey: Diane has done herself a bit of disservice Soames on Soubry: I love her to bits but I don't know what she means What's in the political diary this week? Hoey: I feel quite proud she is the prime minister Sunday 5 February Brexit Bill: What happens next? Gavin Barwell on government's housing plan What will Brexit negotiations look like? Trump advisor: 'Don't believe the left-wing media spin' Friday 3 February Pienaar: Very few European countries meet that target Soapbox: Could pub takeover be the final straw? Why is Ukraine holding Nato referendum? Background to 2006 the Historical Enquiries Team Are Northern Ireland Troubles deaths being investigated? Soapbox: Could pub takeover be the final straw? Transport correspondent on rail disputes and talks Thursday 2 February Why the DP set been built in Lego? UKIP MEP on Labour MEP's sign calling Nigel Farage a liar Labour MEP who held up a sign calling UKIP MEP a liar Debating French election race French presidential elections Labour peer on aid spending Conservative MP on aid spending "It is a very substantial upgrade" says Kamal Ahmed Norman Smith on Labour MPs in Brexit vote The road to Brexit Wednesday 1 February What does Truro have to offer? PM role in Turing Bill questioned A message from Buckingham Palace Lib Dem leader at PMQs after criticism from Peter Bone MP and PM question Lib Dems over Brexit "The NHS is not for sale, and it never will be" What more does President Trump have to do PM asked about accepting refugees and 1951 convention PM asked what she knew about immigration ban Corbyn recalls PM's words about President Trump Labour leader's tribute to Tam Dalyell Do MPs know referendum results in some constituencies? Why not postpone Trump visit, Tory MP is asked MPs on US immigration ban and possible Trump ban Donald Trump has been president for 10 days Tuesday 31 January Moodbox: Is there love in the air for Donald Trump? 'Of course I was offended' says SNP MP Conservative MP on HS2 Labour lord on HS2 Conservative MEP on US immigration ban Questions for Boris Johnson Labour's leader in the House of Lords on Brexit vote Jo Coburn asks Norman Smith: How big a moment is this? This is the big one, says Jo Coburn ahead of Brexit debate Monday 30 January On track for Brexit? Desert Island Disc celebrates 75 years Some of the politicians who have shared their musical choices What's in the political diary this week? I am not about being the puppet master for the leader of the Labour Party Why does Gerard Coyne want to get away from "political game playing in Westminster" PM meets devolved leaders UKIP MEP on US travel restrictions Who is affected by US immigration ban? Sunday 29 January Nigel Farage: Trump was elected to get tough Tory MP Heidi Allen on Trump's clampdown on immigration 'PM should have felt braver to condemn Trump ban' Nigel Farage on Trump's immigration ban "What is controversial about defending the Mexican border?" Farage: I think Paul Nuttall will win Stoke by-election Nigel Farage on Brexit Friday 27 January The UK will meet President Trump for face-to-face talks Peter Hitchens and Rachel Shabi on May-Trump meeting Is the UK special relationship still intact? Will the White House learn how to spell Theresa May's first name Labour MPs under three-line whip to vote for Article 50 Owen Smith: Article 50 'bad for Britain' Why is May first leader to meet Trump? UK politics in one minute Dutch TV drama about the EU's HQ Dublin challenge to UK leaving the EU "I am not stupid, I read the papers, I listen to you, I watch the Daily Politics religiously, of course" Thursday 26 January Government publishes Brexit bill Why do bells ring all round Westminster? Don't be bamboozled by Brexit jargon Which party is standing up for workers? We've had the latest growth figures for the UK economy this morning, Economists review past economic forecasts Hoyle: We have got a good Speaker who is going nowhere. Wednesday 25 January What's the timetable between now and the triggering of Article 50? Who is Scotland's biggest trading partner? PM confirms Brexit White Paper PM accused of 'bargain basement Britain' Are grammar schools being short-changed? PM asked about cuts to maintained nursery schools Tariff question for the PM PM asked about Donald Trump's torture policy Jeremy Corbyn reminded of Mayor of London's words Assaults on NHS staff to be a specific offence? Corbyn and May trade Trump taunts Miliband 'never knew he was so popular' Former Labour leader's message to Donald Trump (via the PM) Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Tuesday 24 January So what have we learned today? What does Theresa May do now? What do Jeremy Corbyn and opposing parties do now? Debate: What now for UK's Brexit plan? Should judges approve strike action? Will the UK burn the EU red tape? Debate: What will peers do about Article 50? Monday 23 January Correspondent in Cheshire where the Cabinet is meeting What is exciting and worrying voters? Film: Why UK isn't driving to an electric dream Debate: Will electric cars really tackle pollution? The most annoying political phrases? Why didn't Cameron make Trident test public? Labour MP on Trident missile test going off course How do we leave EU in most beneficial way? Jones: We don't re-fight the referendum - that is done Jones: We have to get the best deal for Wales and other nations within the UK 'She outlined for vision for Breakfast.. Brexit' The political week ahead Sunday 22 January How the world reacted to PM's Brexit speech Diane Abbott on Article 50 and single market What will Trump's presidency look like? Margot James on the government's Industrial Strategy "I do not believe we are going to lose" - Diane Abbott Labour's position on remaining 'member' of single market? Will there be a three-line whip? James Rubin on US/China relations Will President Trump's America be more involved in the world? Trump's extraordinary few days - Adam Fleming Friday 20 January President Trump's first day Does Jacob Rees-Mogg support Donald Trump Why Labour MP will vote against Article 50 Will voters back £70m council tax rise? The next European Parliament president The home of Mrs Trump and Melania cake A one-minute video guide to European politics Thursday 19 January Weber: 'Better to split up EU or work together?' What's going on in Davos? Carswell film: Politics 'Up or down, not left or right' Debate: Is there optimism in UK politics? 'Scotland is England's biggest export destination' Trump’s first TV pitch for president? Wednesday 18 January German view of PM's Brexit speech UK's future trading relationship with EU and rest of the world Where does Labour stand on customs union? 'Yesterday, the PM snubbed Parliament' "Not so much the Iron Lady as the 'irony' lady" Does she now disagree with herself? 'Is she just stringing the people of Scotland along?' Robertson and May on Scotland, jobs and Brexit "It's called leadership, he should try it some time "I'm happy to accommodate her. I can do bacon and eggs." Southern rail passengers should be "able to get on with their lives, get on with their jobs" "Is she just happy to oversee the possible collapse of the NHS on her watch?" Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQ Who will be the next Speaker in Parliament? Jacob Rees-Mogg is the bookies' favourite to be the next Speaker Tuesday 17 January Key points from the PM's speech Political reaction to PM's Europe speech: Tim Farron Political reaction to PM's Europe speech: Suzanne Evans Political reaction to PM's Europe speech: Theresa Villiers Political reaction to PM's Europe speech: Barry Gardiner "No deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain" PM does not want 'unlimited transitional status' "Days of Britain making vast contributions to the EU every year will end" "Gov't will put final deal to a vote in both houses of parliament PM on converting EU law into UK law PM on the EU's future without the UK PM opens her speech on Europe The road to the UK's exit from the EU BBC assistant political editor previews PM's speech Monday 16 January Parliament repairs should start 'immediately' Shailesh Vara and Chris Bryant on rebuilding Parliament Will UK and US agree quick post-Brexit trade deal? Is politics being commercialised? What's coming up in the political week? Creagh: Michael Foot would never have done that stunt Gove: I think diplomacy is not my strong suit Gove asked: What's it like interviewing Donald Trump? NI correspondent with a Stormont update Donald Trump is a fan of Brexit Does Chris Bryant want to be the next Speaker? Sunday 15 January What would Section 40 do to the British press? Tim Farron on Theresa May and single market Max Mosley on press regulation Should GPs work more hours? Friday 13 January A 'coup d'email' within Momentum? Reaction to changes within Momentum What do all these Brexit terms mean? So you want to know all about the Brexit terms? A high-speed round-up of the week in politics Who is doing well in council by-elections? Labour now faces 'a very tricky by-election in Stoke' Sir Christopher Meyer on Russian views of UK intelligence Next Friday Mr Trump will become Mr President Thursday 12 January Does the English NHS have the money it needs? Is this Trump's new ambassador to the EU? Reaction to Donald Trump's press conference 'The UK is now at the front of the queue' Why home secretary was reported for hate speech Memories of Prof Anthony King John Curtice recalls Anthony King Looking back at Michael Howard and his prison policies Lord Howard on David Cameron's EU deal Why did the Remain campaign lose? Why did Leave side win? Wednesday 11 January Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Red Cross warning 'irresponsible and overblown' 'Our NHS is in crisis but the PM is in denial' The Hamiltons talk nepotism in politics DUP MP asks the PM about Northern Ireland peace process PM asked about downgrading Dewsbury Hospital facilities Labour MP asks PM about claims of single market uncertainty SNP leader asks PM about N Ireland political situation PMQs: Corbyn questions PM on NHS waiting times PMQs: SNP question on Brexit Did shadow cabinet discuss cap for maximum salaries? Damian Green on trolley waits and 'bed blocking' What's causing problems with the NHS in England? Tuesday 10 January Labour MP asked about maximum wage cap NHS efficiencies 'too ambitious' says Lansley Why has Martin McGuinness resigned? What now for Northern Ireland politics? What happened to the Blairites? Is it wrong for morris dancers to paint their face black? Bus Pass Elvis leaves political building Monday 9 January Jewish Chronicle political editor on undercover reporter's footage What's in the political diary this week? What is the shared society? What do we know about UK plans for post-Brexit trade? New chair of commission on trade at the Legatum Institute 'Time for new ideas' on the NHS 'UKIP is more important now than ever before' Reaction to May speech on mental health funding
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