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Beyond Westminster
Listen to the latest edition of Beyond WestminsterSaturdays 11:00-11:30
(when Parliament is in recess)
A look at politics outside the bubble.
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Westminster as seen from the South Bank.
Andrew Rawnsley and Sheena McDonald take a look at politics outside the Westminster bubble.
10 January 2009: Andrew Rawnsley asks: are record levels of immmigration is something to be celebrated or deplored?

3 January 2009: Elinor Goodman discovers what membership of the euro might mean for jobs and prices in the UK.

27 December 2008: Andrew Rawnsley asks: can the Government eradicate child poverty by 2020?

4 October 2008: Andrew Rawnsley and his guests explore the future of Conservative policy on Europe

27 September 2008: Andrew Rawnsley asks is the next election is a foregone conclusion?

20 September 2008: Elinor Goodman, former political editor for Channel 4 News asks: "What are party conferences for?"

13 September 2008: Andrew Rawnsley and guests discuss whether organisations like NATO and UN are continuing to make the world a safer place.

6 September 2008: Andrew Rawnsley and guests discuss what exactly the relationship between politics and religious belief should be.

30 August 2008: Sheena McDonald asks why there is such resistance to introducing directly-elected mayors in the UK.

23 August 2008: Not currently available

16 August 2008: Sheena McDonald asks if it's true that Scotland's education system is the best in Britain.

9 August 2008: Elinor Goodman asks if an economic downturn helps or hampers the green agenda.
 
2 August 2008: Andrew Rawnsley turns his attention to "single issue" politics.
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