Mark Devenport reports on the truth behind the headlines at Stormont, Westminster and the Dail, interviews leading political figures and discusses events with regular commentators.
Fri, 6 Dec 13
24 days remaining
After yet more recriminations over shocking episodes in our troubled past, the week ended with something which united most unionists, nationalists and republicans as they paid tribute to the former South African President and ANC leader Nelson Mandela. We discuss how significant his interventions were in shaping our local peace process. Also with members of the Stormont Justice Committee travelling to Sweden next week to find out about that country's ban on prostitution we hear the DUP and NI21's perspectives on Lord Morrow's Human Trafficking Bill.
Fri, 29 Nov 13
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Inside Politics speaks to the TUV leader Jim Allister ahead of his party conference. No doubt he and other unionists have been contemplating the possible break-up of the United Kingdom this week. But for once its not the future of Northern Ireland we're talking about but the future of Scotland. We also ask James Dornan from the SNP what, if anything, is in it for us?
Fri, 22 Nov 13
10 days remaining
Commentators Seamus Close and Gladys Ganiel talk to Mark Devenport about the death of Fr Alec Reid and the Attorney Generals proposal to end Troubles prosecutions. Mark also catches up with Peter Robinson ahead of the DUP party conference this weekend.
Fri, 15 Nov 13
3 days remaining
We hear from Basil McCrea, the leader of the new unionist party NI21 who hold their first party conference this weekend and look at just how generous we all are in a week which has seen two high profile charitable appeals.
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