WPR: Week in Westminster 24 Dec 11 Dec. 24, 2011
George Parker of the Financial Times and fellow Week in Westminster presenters look back over the past political year.
WPR: Week In Westminster 17 Dec 11 Dec. 17, 2011
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian on Europe, Nick Clegg, the opinion polls and the strange art of the political joke.
WPR: Week in Westminster 10 Dec 11 Dec. 10, 2011
George Parker looks at the week's events as they played out in Brussels.
WPR: Week in Westminster 3 Dec 11 Dec. 3, 2011
Who's ahead in the contest between the Chancellor George Osborne and his Labour shadow Ed Balls? Presented by Steve Richards of The Independent.
WPR: Week in Westminster 26 Nov 11 Nov. 26, 2011
Wrangling over the autumn statement, inquiries into the press and what lay behind this year's riots
WPR: Week In Westminster 19 Nov 11 Nov. 19, 2011
New powers for the Bank of England; getting e-petitions right; caricatures in Europe; and an MP's personal story. Presented this week by George Parker of the Financial Times.
WPR: Week in Westminster 12 Nov 11 Nov. 12, 2011
Feeling the heat, Theresa May, UK Border Agency & a top civil servant. Plus what now for pro-Europeans and the Eurozone and the legacy of Philip Gould
WPR: Week in Westminster 05 Nov 11 Nov. 5, 2011
The backbench mood on Europe, why scrapping 'unfair dismissal' is unfair and the nine lives of Tribune. With Fraser Nelson of the Spectator.
WPR: Week In Westminster 29 Oct 11 Oct. 29, 2011
How have attitudes to Europe changed since WW2? Will Scottish voters back SNP's plans for independence? When? & Sex & the Summit. What goes on in the margins.
WPR: Week In Westminster 22 Oct 11 Oct. 22, 2011
The Tories and Europe; Liam Fox's resignation speech; the future of lobbying; and is the campaign against planning reform 'misleading hype'?
WPR: Week in Westminster 15 Oct 11 Oct. 15, 2011
Fox resignation, NHS reform and changes at the top in the civil service.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 08 Oct 2011 Oct. 8, 2011
As MPs return to Westminster a new political year, Andrew Rawnsley asks why the main parties there have problems with their strategies - and how they are going to tackle them.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 01 Oct 2011 Oct. 1, 2011
Anita Anand asks what impact the government's plans for free schools and new academies are having on the ground. Is our education system becoming more divided?
WPR: Beyond Westminster 24 Sept 2011 Sept. 24, 2011
As Labour conference approaches, Beyond Westminster asks how Ed Miliband should rebrand his party? Should it go purple, blue or red? And how important is community organising?
WPR: Week in Westminster 17 Sept 11 Sept. 17, 2011
George Parker of The Financial Times looks behind the scenes at Westminster. Charles Grant from the Centre for European Reform and Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom on euro scepticism. Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling on the Euro zone crisis. Rob Hayward MP, Scottish Labour MP Sheila Gilmore and Dan …
WPR: Week In Westminster 10 Sept 11 Sept. 10, 2011
Steve Richards of The Independent asks what we have learned this week at Westminster. A former Conservative Chancellor, Lord Lawson, and the acclaimed political biographer, Dr Anthony Seldon discuss political memoirs. Labour's Margaret Hodge and the Conservative Matthew Hancock debate David Cameron the politician. The former editor of the Daily …
WPR: Beyond Westminster 03 Sept 2011 Sept. 3, 2011
Mary Ann Sieghart asks if the government's plan to give the public more information on public services will empower people or result in confusion and information overload.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 27 Aug 2011 Aug. 27, 2011
Tim Samuels asks why politicians can't speak their minds. All too often politicans end up regurgitating the same sound bite over and over. What are the causes and consequences?
WPR: Beyond Westminster 20 Aug 11 Aug. 20, 2011
John Kampfner and a panel of guests discuss the political aftermath of the recent riots in English cities.
WPR: Beyond Westminster 13 Aug 11 Aug. 13, 2011
Nick Watt travels to Northern Ireland to ask - how do you govern a divided society?