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Andrew Neil covers the election press conferences

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Andrew Neil will tour the morning press conferences

Andrew Neil gets on his bike as The Daily Politics covers the morning election press conferences.

The major and minor parties are holding daily briefings around breakfast time.

Andrew is touring them and bringing you the headlines.

The film will open the Daily Politics Election Special on BBC Two, at 1130 every weekday ahead of the 6 May election.

WEDNESDAY MAY 5

Andrew Neil's final Morning Report

TUESDAY MAY 4

Andrew Neil's Tuesday Morning Report

MONDAY MAY 3

Andrew Neil's Bank Holiday Monday Morning Report

FRIDAY APRIL 30

Andrew Neil's Friday Morning Report

THURDAY APRIL 29

Andrew Neil's Thursday Morning Report

WEDNESDAY APRIL 28

Andrew Neil's Wednesday Morning Report

TUESDAY APRIL 27

Andrew Neil's Tuesday Morning Report

MONDAY APRIL 26

Andrew Neil presses Cameron and Clegg on PR

FRIDAY 23 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Friday Morning Report

THURSDAY 22 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Thursday Morning Report

WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Wednesday Morning Report

TUESDAY 20 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Tuesday Morning Report

MONDAY 19 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Monday Morning Report

FRIDAY 16 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Friday Morning Report

THURSDAY 15 APRIL

Andrew Neil's Morning Report

WEDNESDAY 14 APRIL

Andrew Neil at Wednesday's press conferences

TUESDAY 13 APRIL

Andrew Neil at Tuesday's press conferences

MONDAY 12 APRIL

Andrew Neil at Monday's press conferences



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The Big Interviews with Andrew Neil
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The election's smaller parties
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Andrew Neil's Morning Reports
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