A lookback over the highlights of the week on the Daily Politics with presenters Andrew Neil, Anita Anand and Jo Coburn.
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's house has been put up for sale, and is expected to make a £70,000 profit.He has said previously that he will give taxpayers any profit as he spent £20,000 in expenses doing it up.
The Green Party's Darren Johnson says the party is winning over Lib Dem voters as it holds its annual conference.
Plaid Cymru's Helen Mary Jones says the party plans to shield frontline services and vulnerable people in Wales from spending cuts.
A musical rundown of the biggest political stories of the week up to 10 September - as read on the BBC News website - is revealed in the Daily Politics' Top of the Political Pops with Giles Dilnot.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19
MPs give their view on British troops in Afghanistan ahead of the first substantial House of Commons vote on the conflict.
Former Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth on why he thinks the UK was right to go into Afghanistan.
Conservative MP Philip Davies, who sits on the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, claims there is nothing new in the latest phone hacking allegations.
Labour MP Chris Bryant tells Andrew Neil why he thinks his phone was hacked and why he is not happy with the police response.
Adam Fleming looked at the arguments between public versus private sector jobs and spoke to John Cridland, CBI Deputy Director General, and Ruth Henderson, a former New Zealand fiance minister
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Labour's Caroline Flint and Conservative Jeremy Hunt analyse Nick Clegg and Jack Straw at PMQs where the phone hacking issue dominated the questions and answers.
Brian Sewell debates the ideas in his film on funding the arts with Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Labour MP Caroline Flint.
Art critic Brian Sewell says it is time to kill off the Arts Council and replace it with Dragons Den-style funding bids, organised through the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Labour MP Caroline Flint and critic Brian Sewell are quizzed on the artwork that ministers hang on the walls of their Whitehall offices.
Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan has launched a campaign for a referendum on Britain's membership to the European Union.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt on coalition plans for the BBC as he outlines waste within the corporation but praised BBC drama and news coverage.
Angus Robertson MP, the SNP leader in Westminster, explains why his party has dropped its manifesto pledge for an independence referendum bill, blaming a lack of support from political opponents.
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7
Giles Dilnot reviews the 'trailer' for the soap opera of the long-running Labour leadership camapign, and looks forward to the storyline's explosive finale with the Guardian's Nick Watt.
Leonie Kerswill, a tax expert at Price Waterhouse Coopers, explains the background to the tax mistakes and offers advice to people told they will have to repay money.
Conservative MP Michael Fallon, who sits on the Treasury Select Committee, says the PAYE system is "not fit for pupose".
Former Chancellor Alistair Darling rules himself out of running for the new Labour shadow cabinet, before appearing to backtrack and saying he will take a year out and think again about his future.
Brown's former pollster says the public does not recognise the candidates in the Labour leadership race.
Former Chancellor Alistair Darling on the Daily Politics survey which found David Milliband led his brother in the race to be the new Labour Party leader.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6
MPs are to vote on whether to hold a referendum on electoral reform, even though it is not the favoured option for either the Conservatives or Liberal Democrats in the coalition.
Conservative MP Bernard Jenkin says talks have been held by MPs opposed to the AV system from across the political divide. He is against the AV proposal but will support it going to a referendum.
Anita Anand explains the dates in political diaries to look out including the party conference season for the largest three UK-wide parties and announcements of government cuts.
Liberal Democrat Jeremy Bowne and Labour's Douglas Alexander on the phone-hacking allegations surrounding Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor who is now communications chief at Downing Street.
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