A lookback over the highlights of the week on the Daily Politics with presenters Andrew Neil, Anita Anand, Giles Dilnot and Jo Coburn.
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FRIDAY DECEMBER 10
Lord Barnett is calling for a change to the formula that bears his name, saying additional funding is being used for political purposes for subsidies not available in England.
The SNP's Linda Fabiani explains why the Barnett formula should be kept, and claims some English regions are better funded than Scotland.
A reminder of the political week in just 60 seconds as covered on the Daily Politics.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 9
Giles Dilnot spoke to those studying, and one who runs a London University, for their views on funding if the tuition fee rise goes through.
Former deputy PM Lord Heseltine said Liberal Democrats were able to say "whatever they liked" and not be in government.
Labour MP Paul Blomfield reckons the coalition plan to increase student fees could de defeated "if the Liberal Democrats honour their pre-election pledge".
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8
Oxford academic Toby Ord gives everything he earns - above £18,000 - to charities in developing countries and he thinks more of us should consider giving 10% of our income to good causes.
Liberal Democrat president-elect Tim Farron on why he will not "backtrack at the last-minute" on his previous pledge over tuition fees.
Parish councils - famed for war memorials, bus shelters, playing fields - are set to be given new powers under legislation to be announced this week.
Conservative Party chairman Baroness Warsi and Shadow defence spokesman Jim Murphy review PMQs along with the BBC's Nick Robinson, Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
The names of Smiths tracks make a rare appearance in Prime minister's Questions as David Cameron is tested by Labour MP Kerry McCarthy.
The UK has dropped in the international school rankings in reading, maths and science with British 15-year-olds now lower than Poland, Norway and Estonia.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 7
Speaker John Bercow moves quickly from a joke with an MP to reprimand the government Chief Whip Patrick McLoughlin.
The editor-in-chief of the Economist claims the UK is "better at making things than people think" as Andrew Neil asks him about the latest employment and business figures.
Fianna Fail TD Thomas Byrne says the Irish government is putting the country before the interest of the ruling party.
Shadow Education Secretary Andy Burnham is calling on the government to change its mind on a total cut in funding to the School Sport Partnerships in England.
British manufacturing is said to be booming - in terms of how much being is being produced and how many people it is hiring.
Harry Fletcher from the National Association of Probation Officers (NAPO) union predicts a rise in prison numbers after cuts to police and probation numbers.
Philip Davies MP claims fellow Conservative backbenchers will rebel against a government plan to jail fewer prisoners being announced by Justice Secretary Ken Clarke.
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
Political biographer Anthony Seldon, who has written about Gordon Brown, claims history will be kinder to the former Labour PM.
Liberal Democrat MP Greg Mulholland is calling for Thursday's vote on a rise in tuition fees to be deferred.
Mark Pack, who co-edits the Lib Dem Voice website, on the party's turmoil over the tuition fees issue.
Deborah Mattinson, who was Gordon Brown's personal pollster, claims Ed Miliband has made "not a bad start" and was doing well in the polls.
Shoppers were asked to put down their gifts and think whether they want to keep Ed Miliband as the leader of the Labour Party.
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