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14th May 2010

12th May 2010

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What does the US make of the UK's coalition government?
What does the US make of the UK's coalition government?

With David Cameron now installed at Number 10, Britain has a government once more. But what do our partners in Washington make of our recent political wrangling and our brand new coalition?

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5th May 2010

4th May 2010

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David Miliband comments on tactical voting
David Miliband comments on tactical voting

The Foreign Secretary explains why he thinks it is best for the UK to stay part of the EU and what he thinks about tactical voting.

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2nd May 2010

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Big three challenged on issues by smaller parties
Big three challenged on issues by smaller parties

Kate Silverton invites the smaller parties to take on the big three over issues that they say have not had proper attention like immigration, pensions, and Trident.

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1st May 2010

30th April 2010

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Debating immigration policy
Debating immigration policy

Phil Woolas, Labour Immigration Minister; Ed Davey, the Lib Dem Foreign Affairs spokesman; and Grant Shapps, Tory Spokesman for Housing debate their party policies on immigration.

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29th April 2010

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Does the UK General Election matters to the America?
Does the UK General Election matters to the America?

This election does have implications for America. Patrick Basham, Director of the Democracy Institute, tells us why.

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28th April 2010

23rd April 2010

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Nick Griffin launches the BNP election manifesto
Nick Griffin launches the BNP election manifesto

On St George's Day, the leader of the BNP launches their manifesto, concentrating on immigration, defence and the economy

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Danny Alexander talks about the TV debates
Danny Alexander talks about the TV debates

The second TV debate happened the night before and Danny Alexander, Chief of Staff for Nick Clegg talks about Lib Dem policies and how he thought his party had performed

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22nd April 2010

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Tony Livesey hosts the reaction to the second TV debate
Tony Livesey hosts the reaction to the second TV debate

Paddy Ashdown, David Miliband and George Osbourne alongside Armando Ianucci give analysis alongside listener reactions straight after the second TV debate

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David Miliband talks about foreign policy ahead of the leader debates
David Miliband talks about foreign policy ahead of the leader debates

Global affairs are the subject up for debate with the 3 main party leaders tonight on TV. Ahead of this, the Foreign Secretay comments on Afghanistan and nuclear weapons.

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Ed Davey talks about Clegg-mania ahead of the TV debates
Ed Davey talks about Clegg-mania ahead of the TV debates

The foreign affairs spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats comments on defence, global issues, the expenses scandal and Nick Clegg

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Eric Pickles talks about Tory policies ahead of the Tv debates
Eric Pickles talks about Tory policies ahead of the Tv debates

The party chairman talks to Nicky Campbell about the TV debates tonight and rates David Cameron at 8.3 out of 10 for the first debate

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Professor Michael Clarke talks about the TV debate and the Middle East
Professor Michael Clarke talks about the TV debate and the Middle East

Prefaced with some audience insights, the Professor analyses the effects of having a nuclear Iran

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19th April 2010

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Nick Griffin answers your questions
Nick Griffin answers your questions

Nicky Campbell hosts the phone in with guest Nick Griffin.

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18th April 2010

14th April 2010

13th April 2010

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UKIP manifesto aims to be straight talking
UKIP manifesto aims to be straight talking

David Campbell Bannerman, UKIP Deputy Leader and Head of Policy, talks to Nicky about his party's manifesto which includes boosting the economy, cutting migration and leaving Europe.

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12th April 2010

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Nicky Campbell asks the audience "What would you put in your manifesto?"
Nicky Campbell asks the audience "What would you put in your manifesto?"

Nicky Campbell asks the audience "What would you put in your manifesto?" We get your view of what you want the parties to be putting in their manifestos.

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11th April 2010

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Casting your vote when on active service
Casting your vote when on active service

Those on active service vote early to make sure their opinion counts. We hear how the election is reported to those in Afghanistan, and the issues that most concern members of the British forces.

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