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28/04/2011

With Andrew Neil.

Three quarters of those who have recently applied for sickness benefit are found to be fit to work or drop their claims according to figures released today, so what are the implications for those who are about to have their benefits reassessed?

The UN appears unable to act against the Syrian government's crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners after they failed to agree on a statement condemning the action. We'll assess what can be done now.

The Green Party is claiming to be the "true opposition" to the coalition: Caroline Lucas MP will be here to explain why.

And they're camping out on the streets to get a quick glimpse of the happy couple, but is the nation really gripped by royal fever?

Andrew is on his own presenting today, and is joined by the former deputy PM, former first minister, former environment secretary, former defence secretary and the publisher Michael Heseltine.

There is no DP tomorrow due to the royal wedding, but there is This Week tonight - where Andrew is joined by Richard and Judy, and Michael and Diane - the Politics Show is back on Sunday, and there will be a DP on Monday, even though it's a bank holiday.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 29 Apr 2011 00:00

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterAnita Anand
PresenterAndrew Neil