WPR: Week in Westminster 23 Oct 10 Oct. 23, 2010
Steve Richards of The Independent reviews a defining week in the life of the coalition government
WPR: The Week in Westminster 16 Oct 10 Oct. 16, 2010
Peter oborne of The Daily Telegraph looks at the progress of the coalition government tuition fees spending cuts and new movers at the UN
WPR: Beyond Westminster 09 October 2010 Oct. 9, 2010
Andrew Rawnsley investigates just how new the UK's "new politics" is. He finds out what voters makers of it and discusses with three leading parliamentarians how politics will be affected by the Comprehensive Spending Review, Labour's new leadership and the measures on constitutional reform.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 02 October 2010 Oct. 2, 2010
In this edition of Beyond Westminster, John Kampfner looks at the tensions that the Conservative party faces in the New Age of coalition.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 25 September 2010 Sept. 25, 2010
In this edition of Beyond Westminster, John Kampfner asks whether good political leaders are born or made
WPR: The Week in Westminster 18 Sep 2010 Sept. 18, 2010
Jackie Ashley takes a look behind the scenes at Westminster.
WPR: The Week in Westminster 10 Sept 2010 Sept. 11, 2010
On Week in Westminster this week, Eleanor Goodman looks at changing the voting system and the row over the tapping of MP's 'phones.
WPR: Beyond Westminster: 04 Sep 2010 Sept. 4, 2010
In a special edition of Beyond Westminster, Andrew Rawnsley probes the secretive workings of Star Chamber, the Cabinet committee that will determine who wins and who loses in the Government's public spending cuts.
WPR: Beyond Westminster: Patronage 28 August 2010 Aug. 28, 2010
Michael Dobbs, former advisor to Margaret Thatcher and John Major, looks at political patronage. Is it a hangover from the distant past or is it still alive and kicking?
WPR: Beyond Westminster 21 August 2010 Aug. 21, 2010
John Kampfner goes in search of the perfect coalition.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 14 Aug 2010 Aug. 14, 2010
Elinor Goodman asks can the trade unions and other lobbying groups mobilise opposition to the government's planned spending cuts?
WPR: Beyond Westminster 07 August 2010 Aug. 7, 2010
Pepping Up The Party: On this week’s Beyond Westminster, Anne McElvoy looks for ways of pepping up membership of political parties.
WPR: Week in West 31 Jul 10 July 31, 2010
As Parliament breaks for the summer, Peter Riddell assesses the progress of the coalition government.
WPR: Week in Westminster 24 Jul 10 July 24, 2010
Steve Richards from the Independent looks behind the big stories of the week at Westminster, including one Lib Dem who says her party's getting a raw deal.
WPR: Week In Westminster 17 Jul 10 July 17, 2010
Andrew Pierce of the Daily Mail, on cuts and the Mandelson memoirs.
WPR: Week In Westminster 10 Jul 10 July 10, 2010
Peter Riddell looks at the arguements for and against the Alternative Vote
WPR: Week in Westminster 03 July 10 July 3, 2010
Jackie Ashley on tough tests: welfare reform, Afghanistan and coalition government.
WPR: Week In Westminster 26 June 10 June 26, 2010
The Emergency Budget presented in Parliament this week is the key test for the newly elected coalition government. The main tactic of the Labour opposition is to portray the Liberal Democrats as fig leaves for ideologically driven Conservative spending cuts. Labour MP Chris Leslie and newly elected Liberal Democrat MP …
WPR: Week in West 19 Jun 10 June 19, 2010
More power for backbenchers, the "special relationship" after the BP row and how to pick a new law.
WPR: Week in Westminster 12 Jun 10 June 12, 2010
The economy and the "Canadian Model", Labour leadership and what Alistair Darling is doing next