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This Week : Eastleigh By-Election Special

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    Posted by Myles4291 (U14634500) on Friday, 1st March 2013

    As always, this show was entertaining and informative. It is so refreshing to see 'politics un-spun' in this day and age where politicians mostly 'tow the party line.'

    Andrew Neil is brilliant...surely one of the BBC's best. A special shout out to John Prescott, Michael Portillo, Miranda Green, Grant Shapps and Chucka Umunna too.

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    Posted by Sploink (U9993613) on Friday, 1st March 2013

    I didn't stay to the end, as when they said it would go on till at least 3 I realised I wouldn't be able to get up this morning if I did, but I enjoyed what I saw of it. I was MOST intrigued by what Prezza said about the Iraq war. Andrew Neill is a skilled questioner, and often gets nuggets of info others cannot. I thought it was good to combine the TW prog with the by election special. What I saw was most entertaining. Pity they hold elections on Thursday - if it had been held today I would have stayed up and watched the whole thing!

    I went to sleep with 5 Live on.......

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