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The Weekly Politics: Apr 6 to 9

Jo Coburn and Andrew Neil

A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.

PREVIEWING THE ELECTION DEBATES

Election debate set

Andrew Neil reveals the plans for nine Daily Politics election debates that he will host between the major parties' big guns.

FRIDAY APRIL 9

Michael Martin

The Daily Politics takes a look back at the top five political stories since the last general election in 2005.

Tim Hartford

Financial Times columnist Tim Hartford told the Daily Politics that Labour minister Phil Woolas was "wrong" on foreign born worker statistics.

Theresa May

Theresa May from the Conservatives, Labour's Stephen Timms and Lib Dem Ed Davey talk to the Daily Politics about where they will make savings if they are in power after the election.

Stephen Timms

Labour's Stephen Timms told the Daily Politics the Labour election candidate for Moray who was sacked for insulting remarks he made on his Twitter account "should not have been chosen".

THURSDAY APRIL 8
Rory Cellan-Jones

Rory Cellan-Jones on how the digital online political battle is shaping up on the third day of the general election campaign.

Paul Waugh

Political blogger and Evening Standard columnist Paul Waugh joins fellow journalists Kevin Maguire and Andrew Pierce to discuss the role of the net in election campaigning.

Patrick McCormack

Conservative Sir Patrick McCormack and Labour Tony Wright are among 144 MPs leaving the House of Commons for the last time as they will be not be seeking to return at the general election.

Michael Caine

Sir Michael Caine goes off message on the Tory campaign trail before journalists Kevin Maguire and Andrew Pierce discuss the pros and cons of celebrity endorsements.

Phil Woolas

Immigration minister Phil Woolas on figures showing 98.5 per cent of the 1.67m new jobs for those of working age created since 1997 have gone to foreign workers.


WEDNESDAY APRIL 7

Jeremy Hunt

Tory Jeremy Hunt and Labour's Lord Adonis on what business will be lost, or saved, in the Parliamentary wash-up.

Andrew Hawkins

Opinion pollster Andrew Hawkins from ComRes helps looks at the polls and analyse what they really mean.

Nick Robinson

Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn analyse the final PMQs of the Parliament with Nick Robinson, Jeremy Hunt and Lord Adonis.

Rstate agent

For many people the news that house prices are rising again is taken as a good thing. Adam Fleming reports.

Lord Adonis

Lord Adonis and Jeremy Hunt on the claims about increasing National insurance.

Reform graphic

Gordon Brown is about to set out plans to reform politics - including a manifesto commitment to electoral reform, something offered in Tony Blair's 1997 election manifesto. Jo Coburn looks at the stance of the three main UK parties.

Paul Burstow

Lib Dem chief whip Paul Burstow, Tory Jeremy Hunt and Labour's Lord Adonis Debate where their parties stand on Parliamentary reform.

Prescott bus

Andrew Neil and Nick Robinson recall the Prescott punch as the former deputy party leader launches his Battlebus.

David Cameron

Following the party leaders Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg on Day 2 of the 2010 general election campaign.

TUESDAY APRIL 6

Eric Pickles

David Miliband, Eric Pickles and Chris Huhne give their reaction as the election gun is fired.

Dates graphic

Jo Coburn explains the key dates up to 6 May in the UK general election campaign.

Cabinet in Downing Street

Following the party leaders Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg as the 6 May election is called.

Election graphic

Jo Coburn explains the maths of the election battleground.

...AND BEFORE THAT



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The Weekly Politics: Mar 29 to 30
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The Weekly Politics: Mar 22 to 26
26 Mar 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Mar 15 to 19
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The Weekly Politics: Mar 8 to 12
12 Mar 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Mar 1 to 5
05 Mar 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Feb 22 to 26
26 Feb 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Feb 8 to 12
12 Feb 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Feb 1 to 5
05 Feb 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Jan 25 to 29
29 Jan 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Jan 18-22
22 Jan 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Jan 11-15
15 Jan 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Jan 5-8
08 Jan 10 |  Daily Politics
The Weekly Politics: Dec 14-17
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The Weekly Politics: Dec 7-11
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