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The Weekly Politics: Apr 19 to 23

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.

FRIDAY APRIL 23
Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil's Morning Report where he reviews the party's press conferences hours after the second TV debate between Nick Clegg, David Cameron and Gordon Brown.

Sir Menzies Campbell

Liberal Democrat Sir Menzies Campbell, Conservative Nick Herbert and Labour's Hilary Benn review the second live TV debate between their party leaders.

Simon Darby

The BNP's Simon Darby on its manifesto launch in Stoke-On-Trent, where the party has hopes of winning seats in the general election. Jo Coburn first asked him about their crime policies.

Adam Fleming

Adam Fleming talks to politicians on the campaign trail in the four-way battle for Welsh votes at the general election.

Stephen Alambritis

Stephen Alambritis, from the Federation of Small Businesses, on the economic data as CPI inflation was up by more than expected to 3.4% in March, and unemployment rose to 2.5 million in the three months to February - the highest level since 1994.

Woman boxers

Giles Dilnot talked to women boxers in Hampshire, as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.


THURSDAY APRIL 22
Young voter

Youngsters have been throwing tough questions at Alan Johnson over finances, David Cameron on knife crime and Lembit Opik on terrorism is Afghanistan.

William Hague

Tory William Hague, Labour's Bob Ainsworth and LibDem Simon Hughes on where their parties stand on Europe, a referendum and the euro.

Rory Cellan-Jones

Daily Politics digital correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones took his laptop to the marginal seat of Cheltenham to see how the candidates are embracing technology in their campaigns.

Dave Nellist

Dave Nellist explains the campaign battle of the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition, an alliance between the Socialist Party, the Socialist Workers' Party and some trade unions, formed at the start of this year.

Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil's Thursday Morning Report where he reviews the party's press conferences and election news hours ahead of the second TV debate between Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg.

Beermaker

Giles Dilnot talked to beer makers in Devon as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 21
Bill Rammell

As some in the military call for a debate on the nuclear deterrent, we asked Labour's Bill Rammell, Tory Liam Fox and LibDem David Laws for their party's view on Trident.

Jeremy Vine

Jeremy Vine crunches the numbers and shows what could happen to the House of Commons if the Liberal Democrats maintain their surge in opinion poll ratings.

Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil's Wednesday Morning Report where he reviews the party's press conferences and election news.

Robert Griffiths

Communist leader Robert Griffiths on the party's bid for power across the UK and how it plays a part in some international governments.

Carole Walker

Carole Walker reveals what life is like for the press travelling with Tory Conservative leader David Cameron with a video diary aboard the Tory BattleBus.

Dorset bellringers

Giles Dilnot talked to bellringers in Dorset, as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.

Peter Kellner

YouGov pollster Peter Kellner helps Jo Coburn to try and make sense of the volatile opinion polls over the past few days.


TUESDAY APRIL 20

UKIP's Gerard Batten

Home affairs spokesmen from four parties take part in a debate on immigration policy and the figures showing how many came into - and left - the UK over the past few years. Taking part are the Conservative James Brokenshire, Chris Huhne for the Liberal Democrats, Gerard Batten from UKIP, and the immigration minister, Labour's Phil Woolas.

David Davis

David Davis on the Tory election campaign, the Liberal Democrat threat, opinion polls and how well David Cameron is performing.

Alex Salmond

Alex Salmond tells Jo Coburn about the SNP's bid for 20 seats and its spending plans as it launches its general election manifesto campaign.

Rev George Hargreaves

The Christian Party's Rev George Hargreaves - a former record producer for artists such as Sinitta - on the party's policies and its 106 general election candidates across the UK.

Bees

Giles Dilnot talked to beekepeers in Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds, as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.

Iain Watson

Iain Watson sent this video diary aboard the train and coach as he set off from London to spend the day with Gordon Brown in the West Midlands to find out what access the media really have to the PM.

Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil's Tuesday Morning Report where he asks to spend time at Nick Clegg's home.

MONDAY APRIL 19

Poll graphic

Poll expert Mike Smithson on the sudden rise in support for the Liberal Democrats.

Jacqui Smith

Conservative Liam Fox, Labour's Jacqui Smith and Liberal Democrat Sarah Teather on the volatile polls since the TV leaders' debate.

Digital election graphic

Digital election correspondent Rory-Cellan Jones looks at whether votes are being won and lost on the web - and how the internet has reacted to the TV leaders' debate.

Andrew Neil

Andrew Neil's Monday Morning Report looks at the weekend polls and morning press conferences.

Giles Dilnot

Giles Dilnot talked to parents in a Cardiff museum as part of his national tour getting the views of voters.

Dick Cole

Mebyon Kernow leader Dick Cole on his party standing for six seats in Cornwall and their bid for greater powers for the county to runs its own affairs.

...AND BEFORE THAT



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