WPR: Week In Westminster 19 Mar 11 March 19, 2011
The developing situation in Libya, NHS reforms and the AV referendum.
WPR: Week in Westminster 12 Mar 11 March 12, 2011
William Hague's testing week. What to do about Libya?
WPR: Week in Westminster 5 Mar 11 March 5, 2011
David Cameron's approach to foreign policy; new controversy in the Lords over fixed-term parliaments and Baroness Williams reflects on the thirty-year anniversary of the formation of the SDP. Presented by Elinor Goodman.
WPR: "Beyond Westminster: New to the Lords" 26 Feb 2011 Feb. 26, 2011
Four new peers talk about their first impressions of life in the House of Lords: Baronesses Bakewell and Heyhoe-Flint and Lords Hall and Loomba. How do they see their role and influence at a critical moment in the history of the Upper House?
WPR: Week in Westminster 19 Feb 11 Feb. 19, 2011
Finally, the AV referendum will be held on May 5th - how will people vote? Plus the state of the coalition and possible new centre-left alliances - with Peter Riddell.
WPR: Week in Westminster 12 Feb 11 Feb. 12, 2011
Steve Richards of The Independent examines internal tensions within the Lib Dems and the battle between George Osborne and Ed Balls as the cuts begin to bite.
WPR: Week in Westminster 05 Feb 2011 Feb. 5, 2011
Egypt on edge, England's forests for sale, Lords rebels relent and Coulson quits number 10.
WPR: Week in Westminster 29 Jan 2011 Jan. 29, 2011
Shock news on the economy; questions for the political elite; and the cost of 'free schools'.
WPR: Week in Westminster 22 Jan 11 Jan. 22, 2011
Resignations and their aftermath, all night sessions in the Lords, NHS reform and is it ok to tweet in the Commons chamber?
WPR: Week in Westminster 15 Jan 11 Jan. 15, 2011
Sharp disagreement as the political parties digest the outcome of the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election
WPR: Beyond Westminster 08 Jan 2011 Jan. 8, 2011
Mary Ann Sieghart explores David Cameron's big idea. The 'Big Society' aims to blur the boundaries between public and private enterprises by encouraging local authorities to become more entrepreneurial and voluntary organisations to take over the work of local government. Frances Maude the minister in charge of the Big Society, …
WPR: Beyond Westminster 01 Jan 2011 Jan. 1, 2011
Andrew Rawnsley examines the history of peacetime coalition governments in Britain to see what lessons they provide to David Cameron and Nick Clegg. And he discusses coalitions past and present with historians Juliet Nicholson and Martin Pugh and senior politicians David Davis, Simon Hughes and Tristram hunt.
WPR: Week in Westminster 18 Dec 10 Dec. 18, 2010
Will there be tensions in the coalition next year?
WPR: Week in Westminster 11 Dec 10 Dec. 11, 2010
George Parker of the Financial Times looks at a grim week for the coalition, a rash of backbench revolts and prospects for changing the voting system.
WPR: Week in Westminster 04 Dec 10 Dec. 4, 2010
How to deal with wikileaks and the knock-on implications; the tuition fee debate nears decision time; and was David Cameron right to head to Zurich to help try and bring football home?
WPR: Week in Westminster 27 Nov 10 Nov. 27, 2010
A look at the support and opposition to the education white paper; How should an opposition leader plot a route for a return to power? And the difficulties in seeking a loan from the IMF.
WPR: Week in Westminster 20 Nov 10 Nov. 20, 2010
Peter Oborne of The Telegraph debates the past and the future of the Euro.
WPR: Week in Westminster 13 Nov 10 Nov. 13, 2010
Welfare reform, opposition tactics against a Coalition government and the parliamentary life of the solitary Green MP. Presented by Jackie Ashley of the Guardian.
WPR: Week in Westminster 06 Nov 10 Nov. 6, 2010
This week Peter Riddell looks at tensions within the Conservative Party rising again over Europe, tuition fees, control orders and the AV referendum.
WPR: Week in Westminster 30 Oct 10 Oct. 30, 2010
Heated debates over spending cuts; young, new Labour MPs given shadow ministerial positions; and what MPs do when they're out of work. Elinor Goodman takes a look back at the Week in Westminster