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It used to be the tax cutting party, but Chancellor George Osborne seems pretty relaxed about higher taxes. There's growing dissent amongst the ranks and we hear Boris Johnson is not happy.
Power to the people. General Mubarak says he'll quit. But wants a long goodbye, we'll be asking if he'll get one.
Who thought trees could be such an emotive issue? Everyone's getting hot under the collar about England's forests. Will we see another government U-turn? We'll be talking to former Tory MP Stanley Johnson and Elin Jones, the Rural Affairs Minister for the Welsh Assembly.
Of course, we'll have PMQs, and helping us to review them are Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith, and the Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper.
And plans to close libraries are proving pretty unpopular. Author Kate Mosse will join us to explain about Saturday's day of action. You can watch her video on our website now.
And we have launched today's guess the year contest where someone will win a Daily Politics mug - possibly even today if the printers work - head to our website to get your entry in early.