A lookback over the highlights of the last week on the Daily Politics - with presenters Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
FRIDAY JUNE 25
Nearly 50% of those questioned in a Daily Politics poll believed the Budget would be good for Britain, and slightly more thought the VAT increase was unavoidable.
England should have own national anthem says Greg Mulholland MP who has started a campaign which could might see Jerusalem formally adopted.
MPs are getting shorter summer holidays because Parliament is coming back a couple of weeks early under the Coalition government.
The top political stories from the BBC News website for the week ending 25 June - set to music.
THURSDAY JUNE 24
We are off-air due to coverage of the Queen visiting Wimbledon.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 23
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn analyse Prime Minister's Questions with BBC Deputy Political Editor James Landale, Transport Secretary Phillip Hammond and his Labour shadow Sadiq Khan.
Pam Ferris debates with MPs Sadiq Khan and Philip Hammond as she calls on them to support the carers' charter, as they defend their policies and explain how they have helped.
Actor Pam Ferris - of Darling Buds of May and Little Dorrit fame - explains the isolation suffered by carers, and calls on the new government to provide respite cover and financial support for volunteers who save the country billions of money each year.
Liberal Democrat deputy leader Simon Hughes, Conservative Philip Hammond and Labour's Sadiq Khan are challenged over VAT plans after each party suggested there were no plans to raise the tax ahead of the general election.
Transport Secretary Phillip Hammond and his Labour shadow Sadiq Khan on how the budget will affect transport plans and spending, after Adam Fleming explains the challenges.
Reviewing the cuts to spending and benefit payments in the first Coalition Budget with Labour's Sadiq Khan, Liberal Democrat Simon Hughes, and Conservative Philip Hammond.
TUESDAY JUNE 22
There was no separate DP, but we worked with BBC colleagues to present a Budget show.
MONDAY JUNE 21
David Miliband appears to be the front runner out of the five candidates bidding to be the next Labour leader. Giles Dilnot investigates.
Clive Aslet, Editor at Large of Country Life magazine, on what higher Capital Gains Tax could mean for the "fragile" property market.
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