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Tuesday 20 December Is there a crisis in UK prisons? Looking ahead to politics in 2017 The politics of 2016 in five minutes Brexit tracker: Health Monday 19 December NUS 'does not represent students any more' Political images of 2016 An elite versus the people is 'marxist myth' Brexit tracker: Business, energy and industrial strategy Sunday 18 December How serious is air pollution? Labour MEP: UK should rethink its position on Brexit Free trade agreement with UK 'won't take very long' Is air pollution in the UK going up or down? Labour MEP on rethinking Brexit Australian High Commissioner on free trade with UK Director of Greenpeace on air pollution Life outside EU 'can be pretty good' Friday 16 December A flavour of the debate in Holyrood Derek Mackay on tax rates in Scotland Derek Mackay on Scottish tax and council spending What happened when the PM went to Brussels? How will UK work with EU after Brexit? How the welfare state has evolved Schools minister defends budget changes Who will be the next European Parliament president? City is relocated as iron ore mine expands What's happened in EU politics this week? Thursday 15 December School funding winners and losers Schools minister defends budget changes Why are Labour MPs singing about shops? Brexit tracker: Education Maguire and Wickham on Jayne Fisher appointment Jayne Fisher is due to start working in the Labour leader's office Norman Smith on social care funding announcement Communities secretary Sajid Javid on social care funding Wednesday 14 December Why Davies wants to join equality committee Reviewing the 'longest-ever PMQs' PMQs: '13 years and no action whatsoever' on social care PMQs: Corbyn: Get a grip and fund it properly please PMQs: PM urged to sack 'passive transport secretary' Was this the longest-ever PMQs? PM asked about EU/EEA citizens living in Britain SNP leader asks about UK selling weapons to Saudis PM asks Corbyn to get Aslef to call off Southern rail strikes Corbyn and May on social care budget claims Jeremy Corbyn asks Theresa May about Jo Cox PM says foreign sec is an FFS - a fine foreign secretary Andy McDonald on strike action Penny Mordaunt on strike action Rail strikes and other industrial action Andy McDonald on Aleppo Penny Mordaunt on Aleppo Tuesday 13 December Southern rail strike: Herbert v Whelan Beckett on Labour: We have not cracked it yet Brexit tracker: Environment, food and rural affairs Should big shops stay closed on Boxing Day? BBC political editor on Coyne v McCluskey BBC political editor on Unite union vote John Redwood on Liam Fox comments Southern Rail strike update from London's Victoria rail station What's the Southern strike about? Margaret Beckett on Morning Star coverage of Aleppo Monday 12 December How to fund social care in England? Brexit tracker: Home Office Should UK give EU citizens the right to remain? Meet the team who turn MPs' words into text Is prison food affecting inmates' behaviour? Crochet: Would you like to hold Michael Gove? Vaizey: It's true, I am incredibly dull in Parliament Vaizey asked about Ken Clarke comments The political week ahead Who cares about the colour of a UK passport? Jess Phillips on poll ratings and by-election results Ed Vaizey talks Morgan and trousers Sunday 11 December Are the Remainers now leading the resistance? Ken Clarke: Don't think PM will go for 'hard' Brexit Can Labour recover after by-election slip-up? Ken Clarke: Tone of politics getting 'nastier & sillier Chris Leslie: Labour needs to have a credible plan Ken Livingston: Labour has a plan already Livingstone gives Corbyn 12 months Friday 9 December Is Really British shop really racist? By-election result 'humiliating' for Labour Wanting a political book for Christmas? Can crowdfunding help pay for politics? Dan Snow talks crowdfunding Toby Young on Boris Johnson and Malcolm Rifkind Rifkind lists two problems for Boris Johnson Reaction to Boris Johnson's comments about Saudi Arabia Thursday 8 December Could Momentum become its own party? Should all elections be first past the post? 'I knew people were concerned about immigration' Should all elections be first past the post? MP tells Commons about voting systems A look back at some political highlights of 2016 (so far) Not often we have breaking news about tax Paul Mason talks Momentum and groups on the political left Stephen Kinnock talks Brexit Bernard Jenkin talks Brexit MPs are asking Theresa May about her vision for Brexit Boris Johnson talks 'proxy wars' Wednesday 7 December MP raises 'chaos and utter misery' for Chase Line passengers Carolyn Harris asks for meeting on meeting child funeral costs Nigel Dodds asks David Lidington about Brexit Peter Bone question to 'excellent acting prime minister's Job centre closures question from the SNP First PMQs question from Thornberry standing in for Corbyn First PMQs question for David Lidington, standing in for PM Laura K won the Press Gazette journalist of the year award Stephen Gethins on Brexit and #indyref2 Second Scottish independence referendum? Getting muddy, or being clear, on the Daily Politics What's going on over Brexit and Article 50 talks? Who is David Lidington? MPs applaud 90-year-old Holocaust campaigner Does government want UK to stay in EU customs union? 'Mutiny on the Bounty as shot by Carry On team' Reviewing the first Thornberry-Lidington PMQs Tory MP calls for for Tory minister to resign Tuesday 6 December Should the House of Lords be cut in size? Rail changes 'wholly unnecessary' What's the big issue for Sleaford voters? Frosty relations on Russian politics Is the House of Lords too big? Prof John Curtice on by-elections Pienaar on May and Brexit Pienaar on human rights issues for PM Explainer: Reorganising the railways Tm Montgomerie on Wednesday's Opposition Day Debate Monday 5 December Casey: Time to have honest conversations Louise Casey on her review into opportunity and integration A guide to 2016 political 'rudery' What do the markets make of Italian vote? Article 50: Dorries v Gardiner Nadine Dorries on political insults What's in the political diary this week? Don't talk over each other, says Jo Coburn BBC correspondent at the Supreme Court What is going in the Supreme Court about Article 50? Barry Gardiner on Italian vote Nadine Dorries on Brexit and Italian vote Sunday 4 December Is UKIP now a threat to Labour seats in the North? Nick Clegg on Article 50 and single market access Diane Abbott on Labour's stance on immigration Clegg: Lib Dem will block Article 50 "in certain circumstances" Nick Clegg on free trade and single market Diane Abbott on immigration Would Labour have a policy on immigration? Friday 2 December Time for a new UK capital city? The political week in 60 seconds 'Never a better time to be alive than today' Peter Bone reacts to David Davis on UK money for single market Farron: Some EU nations face 'similar pressures to us' Tim Farron on the UK-EU negotiations Tim Farron on by Richmond Park by-election result Farron asked about a Hard Brexit Thursday 1 December Does today's political drama recall the 1970s? What do political whips do? Why is UK immigration still rising? MP: Some parents can't afford to bury their children Who wants a Brexit book for Christmas? Wednesday 30 November Does PM accept economic plans were a failure? Labour wants people 'to live on benefits' Christians 'fearful' of mentioning faith PM on future of Brits living in post-Brexit EU Reviewing PMQs What links Winston Churchill and beef suet? Tuesday 29 November UK businesses and Brexit How is British business after Brexit vote? Airport and Brexit choice for Richmond voters Secret papers keep getting caught on camera What does Trump's win mean for climate change? How many independent MPs can you recall? Digby Jones on the work MPs do Labour MP on aid drops to Syria MPs debate air drops to Syria Monday 28 November Film: Ticket touts 'threaten music industry' Debate: How to beat the ticket touts Brexit update A new legal challenge to block Brexit? Paul Nuttall named new UKIP leader Which UK politicians will go to Castro's funeral? What's in the political diary this week? Second Corbyn Christmas record to be released Sunday 27 November Will NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plans work? Shadow Health Secretary quizzed on NHS savings Brexit: Should there be a second referendum? Ashworth: NHS in 'biggest financial squeeze in its history' Paddy Ashdown on Brexit Owen Paterson on Brexit Friday 25 November What does Women's Equality Party stand for? Is a political party for women's interests needed? Past and present threats to Latvia's defence Do MEPs want Turkey to join the EU? Where does the EU stand on Turkey joining as a member? What's happened in European politics this week? Conservative MP on welfare cuts: The fight goes on UKIP MEP asked about party spending claims Is Tony Blair's return to political stage welcomed? Is it a black day for the economic prospects of British workers Should "appalling fruitcakes" be jailed for war medal fraud? Thursday 24 November Reviewing the Autumn Statement Jo Cox murder 'a political assassination' Why were Labour MPs on phones during McDonnell speech? What does US exit from TPP mean for trade? Civil service planning for Brexit: Bernard Jenkin Civil service planning for Brexit: Alistair Carmichael Can Scotland get its own deal with the EU? Who will get to trigger Article 50? Wednesday 23 November Autumn Statement 2016 index Tuesday 22 November Autumn Statement preview: Perry v Dowd Looking ahead to the Autumn Statement Conservative MP on talk of Ambassador Farage? Perry and McDonald on rail strikes and safety 'Whole government' backs jailing Walter Mittys Should fake war heroes go to jail? Rees Evans: UKIP clique does not want reform Richard Westcott on background to Southern Rail strikes Why does gov't chief whip keep a tarantula on his desk? Monday 21 November Hannan: Begin phased, gradual repatriation of power What now for UK-EU relations? Where do parties stand on immigration? Why are Tories dropping election candidate? What CBI wants to hear from political leaders The political week ahead Dan Hannan on Theresa May's business plans Cat Smith on Corbyn and May business plans Political leaders address the CBI The French presidential contes Sunday 20 November Tory MP on leaving customs union and single market Debate: Who will be the best UKIP leader? 'Leave campaign had no clear argument on single market' What is going on in Planet UKIP? Suella Fernandes on 'Hard Brexit' pressure group Open Britain Director on single market arguments Suzanne Evans on why she'll be the best UKIP leader Paul Nuttall on why he'll be the best leader for UKIP UKIP leadership candidates on Trump and Putin Friday 18 November Will MPs unite to block boundary review? Bike boss on Boris Johnson and Brexit Will Trump win bring Russia and West closer? Political week in 60 seconds Stop cuts to ESA? Owen Paterson remembers TTIP and feta cheese talks Owen Paterson on leaving the Custom Union Russia's activities in Ukraine and Syria Landale on why PM is in Berlin Thursday 17 November What are Labour's business and Brexit plans? Give Trump a chance? What now for European politics? Corbyn for Christmas number one? Figures show the UK retail sector is out-performing predictions Issues on the horizon across Europe Bill Cash on Lords reform U-turn Why has the government dropped its plans for Lords reform? Wednesday 16 November Shadow Minister without Portfolio on the UK economy Housing minister asked about 'economic shock warnings' Number crunching on the UK economy Corbyn: No Brexit plan due to cabinet 'divisions' May: Corbyn 'incapable of leading' PM 'should get a grip on inquiry she set up' Is a Lord Farage on the cards? MP puts PM on spot over his parents SNP questions on Brexit PM's tribute to Croydon tram crash victims Speaker intervenes in noisy PMQs Speaker warns MP who shouts at PMQs Speaker intervenes again at PMQs Julian Lewis questions PM on funding BBC Monitoring Philip Davies questions PM on prisoner release What next for departing politicians? Quentin Letts on politicians after politics Tuesday 15 November FILM: What comes next on the UK's road out of the EU? DEBATE: Could - and would - peers block the UK leaving the EU? Tax and spending: Long-Bailey vs Duncan Smith Is there an EU army on the way? FILM: Celebs who threaten to emigrate.. but don't Monday 14 November Tanni Grey-Thompson wants investment in gyms and pools How will a post-Brexit UK trade internationally? Statue to commemorate first atheist MP A role for Nigel Farage in future UK-US talks? Yvette Cooper talks Strictly What's in the political diary this week? What is PM saying about UK role in free trade after US election? November recess
Both programmes off-air for a few days
Tuesday 8 November US election night result timings for British viewers Jeremy Vine on complicated maths decides US election Anna Turley MP: Guys, we are being filmed! Brexit debate: Carmichael v Villiers A Poldark of the North? Plenty of voters queueing up to vote Monday 7 November Jacob Rees-Mogg changes his mind on US election What's in the political diary this week? BBC correspondent in Delhi on UK-Indian trade Jacob Rees Mogg on criticism of Judges in Brexit case Liz Kendall on criticism of Judges in Brexit case Soapbox: 'They're not sorry and they have not changed' Does the UK welcome Indian students and workers? Will Brexit happen? And who will back it? Benefit cap could affect 88,000 families Sunday 6 November Brexit fireworks in the aftermath of Article 50 ruling Richard Burgon: Labour will not block Brexit process Lord Forsyth: Parliament will look 'ridiculous' if it blocks Brexit US Election: Clinton or Trump? 'Labour respects the result of the referendum' Lord Forsyth on the High Court ruling Jeremy Vine and his US Election graphics Simon Burns MP on why he's backing Clinton Raheem Kassam on why he's backing Trump Daily and Sunday Politics highlights of 2016 Andrew Neil with the latest on the US Election Friday 4 November Stephen Phillips MP standing down from Parliament Who should decide on Brexit: PM or MPs? Owen Smith could back another EU referendum 'Courts have said they know better than this' What's happened in Westminster this week? Why does Suzanne Evans want to lead UKIP? Is that Trump and Clinton in a BBC studio? So was that Trump, Clinton, Wark, Kuenssberg, DYYE-ANNE Abbott & another Andrew Neil? Thursday 3 November BBC political editor on Article 50 ruling 'Parliament is sovereign and its approval is a constitutional necessity' Iraq people 'suffered more than they had to' How far can we go in mocking religions? How accurate were pre-referendum economic forecasts? Brexit select committee chair on court decision Will court decision lead to early UK election? A top five of political cartoons? Wednesday 2 November Jo Coburn looks at the UK-Ireland border after Brexit Andrew Bridgen on the 'dark clouds' over Keith Vaz's reputation PMQs: May blames ex-chief whip for PMQs baby error PMQs: Poppy ban: PM tells Fifa to 'sort own house out' PMQs: Corbyn suggests May watches Ken Loach film PMQs: Why is PM slipping cuts in through back door? Tuesday 1 November What does a falling pound really mean? What are Community Protection Notices? Tapping up council spending Should unpaid internships be banned? Energy prices will rise in the new year, says Martin Lewis Playwright Alistair Beaton on Fox/Davis/Johnson Chevening play Monday 31 October Soapbox: 'Let's have quotas for low-skilled work' How it will be easier to track your MP's votes What's going on with welfare and benefit changes? UKIP goal: Replace Labour as real opposition Nominations close in UKIP leadership race Mordaunt on Wollaston health and social funding claims What's in the political diary this week? Sunday 30 October Will welfare cuts hit incomes of the least well off? IDS calls for cuts in Universal Credit to be reversed Shadow Business Minister welcomes Nissan decision Should cuts in Universal Credit be reversed? Shadow Business Minister on Nissan Friday 28 October Who is winning by-election seats? Kwarteng: Sad to say we missed every target Gardiner: 'Can't do a deal for one and not for the other' Are these the worst political insults? How will the EU balance its financial books? A one-minute guide to the European political week How half a nation nearly ended major trade deal Thursday 27 October What matters in Richmond: Heathrow or Brexit? Were the Brexit economic forecasts correct? Why don't politicians answer the question? Are peers plotting over referendum result? Bid for 'fullest possible access' to single market Goldsmith 'regrets' Heathrow by-election pledge Gove grades government 'A' but no 'A-star' What's going on in the Calais jungle? Wednesday 26 October PM questioned over Chilcot Inquiry PM asked about Tory manifesto health pledge Angus Robertson asks PM about Russia and Syria Corbyn questions PM on UK policy over Saudi Arabia and Yemen Corbyn and May on Baldrick, Blackadder and Tony Robinson Speaker gives Tory MP a health warning Corbyn and May on 'Brexit means Brexit' 'Could I start by welcoming the child refugees who have arrived in Britain' DP presenters have no clue (about guess the year anyway) Will Labour stand for Zac Goldsmith's seat? Why no Conservative candidate to challenge Zac Goldsmith Lib Dem candidate on Conservative 'infighting' Lib Dem unity Is the UK doing enough over the Calais migrant issue? Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Tuesday 25 October Is politics a science? Press regulation explained How should the press be regulated? Is outsourcing the answer for public services? "I don't want any jokes about witches" 'We believe we deliver value for money' Heathrow expansion: Westminster's worst-kept secret? Who backs Heathrow and will it happen? There will be a by-election in south west London over Heathrow Monday 24 October Soapbox film: 'Anything but coal must be the motto' Debate: 'Fracking won't come on line for 10 to 15 years' UKIP leadership candidate on 'exaggerated' claims Some of the UKIP leadership candidates What's Brexit got to do with devolved bodies? Three first ministers are in Downing Street talking Brexit with the PM "It's cold, it is dirty, life is difficult there" in Calais jungle When did David Cameron lose EU referendum? Sunday 23 October Paul Nuttall announces UKIP leadership bid What is the significance of the battle for Mosul? Will commitment to Trident renewal be in Labour's next manifesto? Paul Nuttall on his leadership bid 'We need to move beyond Nigel Farage' Paul Nuttall on Farage's 'support' for Donald Trump Rory Stewart on battle for Mosul Danger to UK increased by Mosul success, warns Minister What's going on in Aleppo? What will Russia do if Aleppo falls? Friday 21 October Eagle: 'Complete mess, the making of Concentrix and HMRC' Why are questions being asked about tax credit payments? Will sat nav revamp save low bridges? Leanne Wood: 'Being in opposition working very well for us' Brexit, UKIP, airports and Green in 60 seconds Jean Claude Juncker talks Theresa May What does Brussels think of Brexit? What happened in the two Thursday by-elections? Thursday 20 October A Brexit vote for MPs and new referendum? Will food prices go up or down after Brexit? Feeling blue over new passport colour? Who opposes the snoopers' charter? Reporter on the double defecting councillor Nick Clegg on colour of UK passports Andrew Rosindell on colour of UK passports BBC Scotland editor on new IndyRef bill Pollster on the US election polls suggesting Clinton win Oliver Dowden on Brexit and immigration Nick Clegg on Brexit Nick Clegg on Sir Philip Green vote Wednesday 19 October Kuenssberg and MPs review 'longest' PMQs Online football players and the Brexit rule Ken Clarke asks PM about his claims of Brexit leaks PM asked about funding for Birmingham pub bombing inquests MP asks about 'government's appalling two-child policy and rape clause Labour MP Lisa Nandy presses PM on child sex abuse inquiry SNP leader on potential UK role in Yemen air strikes and deaths Corbyn and May on council and health funding Jeremy Corbyn on the Aberfan disaster Can I press her for another present?" asks Peter Bone PM's tribute on the Aberfan disaster "Was that Latin or Italian?" asks Andrew Neil Rachael Maskell on child refugees coming to the UK David Davies on the refugees heading to the UK Foreign Office Minister on the age migrants coming to UK from Calais How old are the Calais migrant 'children'? Tuesday 18 October 'I worry people are giving up on diplomacy' What now for UKIP after Woolfe resignation? INTERVIEW: Private members' bill 'farce and charade' FILM: Private members' bills 'broken and discredited' FILM: Voters choose new MP to succeed Jo Cox Thousands of pharmacies to be closed by cuts? Battle to retake Iraqi city of Mosul from so-called Islamic State Nick Boles not keen to recall Tory leadership race Monday 17 October UK 'has right strategy' on child refugees The race to replace David Cameron 'Modern feminism ignores what women want' Sunday 16 October Could the PM allow Heathrow expansion to go ahead? Economic effects of Brexit 'starting to take hold' Labour must take anti-Semitism criticism seriously, says MP David Mundell: 'Impossible' for Scotland to remain in EU Two Conservative MPs debate Heathrow expansion David Mundell on Scotland, UK and the EU Was the Brexit 'project fear' forecasts on the economy correct? Pat McFadden MP on Brexit and the economy Adam Afriyie on opposing Heathrow Kwasi Kwarteng on favouring Heathrow expansion Friday 14 October Cashman: 'I suffered because of the 11-Plus' Do SNP delegates prefer the EU or the UK? The political week in 60 seconds Thursday 13 October Will Scotland get a second independence vote? Do SNP delegates prefer the EU or the UK? The political week in 60 seconds Why can't governments cut the welfare bill? Is Theresa May committed to welfare reform? Ranking the UK post-war prime ministers Why can't governments cut the welfare bill? Wednesday 12 October Laura Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Shadow minister for public health on kebabs Labour has posed 170 Brexit questions - one every day until PM's date for Article 50 Brexit-supporting MP calls for more Parliamentary scrutiny Labour MP asks about the NHS Jeremy Corbyn asks PM about 'name and shame' policy claim Labour leader asks about UK and Single Market PM tells Labour another vote will give them "the answer you don't want" SNP leader asks about hate-crimes and government policy PM says UK-Ireland Common Travel Area pre-dates the EU Lib Dem leader warns of price rises in supermarkets and at petrol stations Ben Bradshaw asks PM about a no-fly zone in Syria Clarification after SWP debate on Tuesday's DP Tuesday 11 October Images of the Ken Clarke eras Who was Ken Clarke's favourite Tory leader? Marc Stears: 'We're in a mess, and we need real change' What is the SWP role in Stand Up to Racism? Brexit debate: Clarke v Rees-Mogg Why do the English not build their own homes? Monday 10 October Oliver Dowden on Ed Miliband's claims about Tory manifesto Dawn Butler on Miliband calls for Brexit vote What's in the political diary this week? There's no mug for winning the quiz of the day Should there be lists of foreign employees? Halper-Hayes and Greer review Trump v Clinton What are the odds on UKIP leadership candidates? Do we want 'wet deserts' or 'rewilding' of rural areas? Sunday 9 October Farron and Duncan Smith clash over Brexit UKIP's week of soap opera drama Corbyn has won 'whether people like it or not' UKIP MEP: I can no longer support Steven Woolfe IDS and Tim Farron on the single market IDS: British people made a clear decision John Mann on Corbyn's Labour UKIP's week of drama UKIP's Bill Etheridge on Steven Woolfe Barry Gardiner on Shadow Cabinet Republican Jan Halper Hayes on #TrumpTapes Friday 7 October Should there be a cap on political donations? Who is in and out of the Labour band? Stevens: Need for 'credible and functional opposition' Leadership candidate on UKIP fighting Some of the biggest stories in EU politics Film: Is the EU ready for Brexit talks? Film: A top five of official residences Jonathan Arnott on Strasbourg meeting ahead of Steven Woolfe being taken ill Thursday 6 October Reviewing the new Tory policies Heath and Campbell talk libertarianism Rail strike 'nothing to do with closing doors' Will a post-Brexit UK be richer or poorer? Spin doctors in action Is there too much spin in politics? Wednesday 5 October Conservative conference: Theresa May's speech in full May recalls Brownlee brothers race Theresa May: 'Call for change' Hamilton: UKIP 'better without a leader' Tory leader on Strictly? 'I'd bloody love it!' Davidson: I would still like to be in the EU Andrew Neil asks Tory Scottish leader about Boris Johnson Cameron to May: Highlights of Conservative year Adam Fleming gets reaction to PM's conference Will Greening stay in gov't if Heathrow expansion goes ahead? Education Secretary on timing of grammar school policy Greening on grammar schools in England Tuesday 4 October 'Very clear commitment in manifesto' on law fare What are the stats on non-EU migration? How will Tories hit their net migration targets? Did Labour governments build enough homes? Do Conservatives back Trump or Clinton? Charlie Mullins on legal bid over triggering Article 50 FILM: Can Conservatives make us laugh? Is there really any humour in party politics? Monday 3 October Brexit debate: Jenkin v Grieve What's the Conservative record on wages and GDP? Are the Tories really the workers' party? Javid: It's time to get building Hammond: When times change, we must change with them FILM: Where are the Brexiteer ministers? Film: Ease off or crack on with deficit reduction? Sunday 2 October Packing for conference with two Tory MPs Malin Björk: Hungary playing dangerous and racist game Grayling: inconceivable to vote down `Great Repeal Bill' Chris Grayling: "There is no such thing as a member of the single market" Ellie Price explainer on Hungary Iain Duncan Smith on how to get free trade with the EU after Brexit IDS: Simple free trade deal can get us out quicker Friday 30 September Ntumy: Walker comments 'not acceptable anywhere' Help to Buy mortgage scheme to close early Should UK expand national space programme? Will Jeremy Corbyn be the next prime minister? What's happened in politics over last few days? Thursday 29 September FILM: Oliver Letwin's political journey INTERVIEW: Letwin quizzed on political career What can a flag tell us about a nation? How will post-Brexit UK trade with other nations? Wednesday 28 September In full: Jeremy Corbyn's speech to Labour conference Highlights of Jeremy Corbyn and Labour year What is Labour's post-Brexit immigration policy? Does Gauke back Corbyn on immigration? Kinnock on Labour's immigration policy Heard these Jeremy Corbyn jokes? Tuesday 27 September Where does Labour stand on Trident and defence? Abbott talks Brexit and health privatisation Chakrabarti: I am not in anybody's pocket Moodbox: Should Labour embrace or fight Brexit? Singing Beatles songs 'more fun than conference' Which Beatles lyric defines the Labour Party? Monday 26 September FILM: Who should choose the shadow cabinet? Shadow chancellor pledges £10 minimum wage FILM: Where the world has been transformed? Bristol mayor talks Momentum and devolution Sunday 25 September Can Labour's slate really be wiped clean? Heidi Alexander: Corbyn needs to get his act together Can centrist Labour MPs use the NEC to take back control? Lord Parry Mitchell on Jeremy Corbyn Lord Mitchell on anti-Semitism within the Labour Party Battle for the NEC John Prescott on Labour (and Neil Kinnock) Friday 23 September How not to be wrong about politics? Will Labour heal after leadership divisions? What happened in Manx general election? Celebrating working life on the big screen What's been going on in politics this week? What happened to the Scottish Labour leader's vote? Labour leadership result to be announced Saturday lunchtime Ellie Price: Mild slap down from No 10 for Boris Johnson Thursday 22 September Encouraging children to take up politics? Iraq abuse claims have led to 'runaway train' Will Scotland get a second Indyref? What do polls says about a second #indyref Jo Coburn on English Vote for English Laws How is English Votes for English Laws working? Tony Travers on council by election results Who's doing well in council by-elections? Green MEP on home secretary's links to off shore companies SNP MP on Turing Law after winning ballot to introduce private member bill Wednesday 21 September Explainer: Jo Coburn on air strikes in Syria and Iraq Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee on air strikes Mullin: I was New Labour ahead of my time Clip: Chris Mullin on "plotting and scheming" against Jeremy Corbyn Debate: How will UK control migration after Brexit? Debate: Final hours of Labour leadership contest Clip: Power struggle between Corbyn and Watson Film: Play recalls Howe's role in Thatcher downfall Clip: Dead Sheep writer Jonathan Maitland on Thatcher-Howe relations Tuesday 20 September Tim Farron's full speech to Lib Dem conference Farron praises Blair, but can't work with Corbyn Farron told: Take some effing refugees Do Lib Dems wants anti-Tory deal with Labour? What have Lib Dems been up to over the last year? Debate: Should there be shadow cabinet elections? Why are politicians being asked about biscuits? Highlights of the Labour leadership contest What could Brexit mean for airline industry? Monday 19 September Do Lib Dems want another EU referendum? Are some Labour MPs right to fear deselection? Does 2015 Conservative manifesto still apply? Debate: Does the UK want a Hard Brexit or Soft Brexit? Farron interview: Lib Dems want referendum on UK-EU deal Sunday 18 September Have Cameron and May kept to manifesto pledges? What will happen to UKIP under Diane James? UKIP leader Diane James will carry out 'major refresh' Lidington: 'There are no quick fixes to tackling immigration' Labour MP Peter Kyle on potential deselection Friday 16 September Nigel Farage's final speech as UKIP leader Thursday 15 September Shabi and Hodge on Corbyn v Smith Ex-UKIP director leaves party for Tories FILM: UKIP figures 'not fit to run a village fete' Ed Davey: UK has 'annoyed the Chinese, annoyed the French' Wednesday 14 September Do Flint and Green know the shape of new seats? Police question to the PM and former home sec Speaker not impressed with speed of PMQs May teases Corbyn this could be their last clash at PMQs PM challenged on size of House of Commons and House of Lords SNP Westminster leader asks about freedom of movement across the EU Both Labour and Tory leaders went to grammar schools Corbyn and May on grammar schools and education Corbyn claims PM has united people in education Do we know Yorkshire and Oxfordshire by-election dates now? Andrew Neil and Caroline Flint on Brexit pledges and Labour policy Andrew Neil and Damian Green on Brexit pledges in Tory manifesto Foreign Affairs Select Ctte chairman explains report findings Our first DP Brexit tracker The Mel and Sue of political broadcasting Tuesday 13 September Film: What do 64,000 acts of Parliament look like? Debate: Why are there problems with the proposed boundary changes? Debate: Is Brexit really sexy and exciting? Carswell: 60% of 2015 UK laws came from EU Interview: Why can't MPs just resign? Clip: Did Morgan lose out by backing Gove? Clip: What did Nicky Morgan achieve as education secretary Clip: Morgan on grammar schools plans in England Clip: What did Nicky Morgan achieve as education secretary Clip: Nicky Morgan on David Cameron era Interview: How are boundary changes drawn up? Explainer: Boundary changes in England Monday 12 September Wolf: 'Degrees are not magic wealth machines' Film: One year as leader for Jeremy Corbyn Debate: What has Jeremy Corbyn achieved? Debate: Who wants new grammar schools in England? Interview: Could the TUC work with PM over workers' rights? Sunday 11 September
No programme this weekend
Friday 9 September Andrew Neil on grammar schools Labour reaction to selective education Is there a Tory mandate for new grammar schools? Film: Who will be the next UKIP leader? Debate: What's going on with UKIP leadership race? Why have UK politicians met the Syrian leader? The 'Named Person' scheme in Scotland Thursday 8 September The case for and against grammar schools Why did Labour lose in 2015? Can it win in 2020? Making the moves with MPs-turned-dancers Who's in the lead? Meet Westminster top dogs Film: 'The roof is leaking, the stonework is rotting' Film: City 'must reinvent itself in the age of Brexit' Westminster Dog of the Year winner Strictly contestant on Strictly contestant What happens to City if UK leaves the Single Market? Balls asked: Can Corbyn win the next election? Ed Balls on Parliamentary renovations John Mann on Parliamentary renovations What's going on with grammar schools? "Show us one of your moves" says Jo Coburn to Ed Balls Looking back at Ed Balls' career Wednesday 7 September House building stats - which government built more homes? Climate change question from Caroline Lucas Jenkin asks PM about the legalities of UK leaving the EU SNP v PM on Brexit - question two SNP v PM on Brexit - question one Corbyn: There is a housing crisis in Britain May looks at Corbyn's twitter replies A question from Jenny on house prices Isn’t the dream of home ownership for many people, just that, a dream? Theresa May on Team GB in Rio Does David Gauke support new grammar schools? What's in Theresa May's in-tray? 'I think the talk of deselection is a bit of... an inward looking distraction' Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Tuesday 6 September Debate: What is the UK plan for Brexit? Debate: Could left-leaning parties have electoral pact? Debate: Why do political debates often lead to Hitler? Film: Will a job-share work for the Greens? Keith Vaz statement as he stands down from chairing home affairs select committee Jo Coburn on how DP family disagreements are settled Caroline Lucas on Black Lives Matter protest at London City Airport Leicester Conservative councillor on Keith Vaz's future Monday 5 September Film: 'We need to build on success of grammar schools' Debate: Could grammar schools be coming back? How will UK control immigration after Brexit? Could some Labour MPs face deselection? What's in the political diary this week? Do the Conservatives back more grammar schools? Where did political leaders go on holiday? Deselection of MPs: David Osland Deselection of MPs: Chuka Umunna What immigration system should the UK have? What's in the political diary this week? Do the Conservatives back more grammar schools? Robin Brant on Theresa May at the G20 Ellie Price on Keith Vaz claims - poppers and washing machines Summer break
Daily Politics and Sunday Politics were off-air over the recess
Thursday 21 July Vote Leave quizzed on £350m for NHS claim How did Vote Leave win the EU Referendum Labour leadership: Corbyn fan v Smith supporter What political books should we read over recess? How long does it take to build Parliament replica? A look at the political forecast. Wednesday 20 July May teases 'unscrupulous boss' Corbyn May: 'My party's a little bit bigger than his' Cartoonist draws Theresa May during PMQs Theresa May cartoon timelapse Davies: Will PM keep her promise on cutting immigration? Giles Dilnot's final Daily Politics Theresa May cartoon timelapse Eurosceptic Tory questions PM on Brexit SNP offers a twist on PM's 'Brexit means Brexit' phrase Corbyn and May on austerity Corbyn welcomes Theresa May to PMQs Theresa's May first PMQs as PM Recalling PM's first turns at the PMQs Cat Smith on Labour leadership Chris Bryant on Labour leadership Theresa May's priorities as PM Tuesday 19 July Clarke and Benn react to Trident vote Benn: We can't carry on as we are How will leaving the EU affect UK economy? How will UK trade internationally after Brexit? Monday 18 July Will Boris Johnson make a good foreign secretary? Nandy backs Smith and could not serve Corbyn Peer: Social media 'gives wings to lies' Political anger on twitter 'like road rage' What's in the political diary this week? Boris Johnson is like a 'rhododendron' Shawcroft and Nandy on claims of violence and trolling in politics BBC assistant political editor on Labour hustings Nicholas Soames on Trident Caroline Lucas on Trident Lisa Nandy on Trident What's going on with the UK's Trident weapons? Talking Brexit with Soames and Nandy Sunday 17 July FULL INTERVIEW: A walk in the park with Jeremy Corbyn Angela Rayner will 'listen' to membership on leadership contest Gisela Stuart and Dominic Grieve on Brexit A walk in the park with Jeremy Corbyn Friday 15 July Why does Owen Smith think he can lead Labour? Offering advice for new secretaries of state Why King wants youngsters to bank on cricket Images of a historic week in UK politics Maajid Nawaz from the Quilliam Foundation Who are the Lead-bangers? Frank Gardner on killings in Nice Thursday 14 July Will 4m petitioners get second EU referendum? Who should vote in Labour leadership contest? What's going on with Labour rules for new leader? BBC assistant political editor in Downing Street Recalling Hammond v Peppa Andrew Neil on the Notting Hill set Recalling Hammond v Peppa No change in UK interest rates Wednesday 13 July SNP Westminster leader on David Cameron's last PMQs Cameron's final reply at PMQs Cameron gives a US view on PMQs Corbyn's last PMQs question to Cameron Corbyn's last PMQs question to Cameron Cameron on leadership elections Cameron on women in power Jeremy Corbyn on David Cameron's last PMQs 'The diary for the rest of my day is remarkably light' Justine Greening on Cameron legacy We have a mandate for a 5-year term, says Villiers Richard Burgon on Labour leadership Cameron years: 'Calm down dear' to referendums Reviewing David Cameron's final PMQs as PM Tuesday 12 July Leadsom interviewer: I just ask the questions What will David Cameron's legacy be? Do voters want an election now or in 2020? Lucy Powell on Labour leadership ballot Mark Lobel on the Labour leadership ballot issues BBC assistant political editor on Theresa May's first week What's on the political timetable for Theresa May? Monday 11 July Conservative members on Leadsom May leadership election What do Labour rules say about Corbyn challenge? Salmond wants Blair to face 'contempt motion' Leadsom ends Conservative leadership bid Theresa May: Brexit means Brexit Sunday 10 July EU referendum: How did the Remain campaign lose? Angela Eagle: Labour Party must 'unite' Eagle: Corbyn 'can't lead behind an office door' Grayling: Theresa May will deliver Brexit Friday 8 July Looking back at newspaper launches and closures UK MEPs set to bid au revoir to Strasbourg The European political week in 60 seconds What will the EU look like post-Brexit? Newspaper editor with ex-newspaper editor How do European MEPs treat British politicians? Are there dirty tricks in the Conservative leadership race? Will there be a Labour leadership challenge? Labour Party membership on the rise Tory grassroots on the leadership contest Looking at the two PM contenders Miranda Green claims to sleep in our studio Thursday 7 July Does Westminster have a drinking culture? Immigration lawyer on future of EU nationals in UK Are there dirty tricks in the Conservative leadership race? Emily Thornberry on Chilcot Report Galloway on legal case against Blair over Iraq War George Galloway on Chilcot Report Ben Bradshaw on Labour leadership Ben Bradshaw on Chilcot Report There's brandy in that mug, claims Andrew Neil Wednesday 6 July Flynn wants legal action against Blair after Chilcot Report Ann Clwyd on Chilcot Report PMQs: SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson on Chilcot Report PMQs: Skinner repeats 'Dodgy Dave' claim to PM PMQs: Cameron teases Corbyn on the “revolving door” PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on regional spending BBC political editor on Chilcot Report BBC assistant political editor at Chilcot Report speech Lewis and Falconer on Tory leadership race Survation poll on Tory leadership race Tuesday 5 July Who backs whom in Tory leadership contest? Why are some teachers in England on strike? What are the Labour leadership rules? Key moments of the Chilcot Inquiry Suzanne Evans wants to stand for UKIP leader Tessa Jowell on Chilcot Report BBC education editor on strikes in English schools Tessa Jowell and Rhea Wolfson on Corbyn leadership Cash and Jowell on new PMs and general elections Norman Smith on Tory leadership contest runners Jonty Bloom looking at Mark Carney speech Monday 4 July MP tweets smiley face after Farage resigns Best Tory candidate to control immigration? Will Jeremy Corbyn survive as Labour leader? Nathan Gill on Nigel Farage resignation Facebook Live: Adam Fleming and Jo Coburn take questions from viewers Sunday 3 July Twist and turns of Labour's agonising week Chris Bryant: Corbyn 'isn't able to convince voters' Labour MP: Party in "very difficult" situation Prescott: Labour 'has to avoid a civil war' Friday 1 July Andrew Neil on the Tory election race name and timings Does Boris Johnson feel betrayed by Michael Gove? May the best woman win” says Tim Loughton Union leader Manuel Cortes on Labour leadership Thursday 30 June Who is standing in the Tory election race? Crispin Blunt on 'froth' of Tory election campaign Dominic Raab on Tory leadership race Alan Duncan on Tory leadership race Steve Baker on Tory leadership race Union leader on claims of a Corbyn coup Wednesday 29 June Former deputy leader on current Labour leader David Davis declares for Boris Johnson Sir Alan Duncan asks PM about European leaders at parties Jenkin asks PM to condemn UKIP leader Salmond asks PM about Chilcot Report Carswell quizzes Cameron on EU referendum Robertson and Cameron on Scotland and EU "For heaven's sake man - go!" - David Cameron to Jeremy Corbyn Corbyn asks Cameron about suspending chancellor's fiscal rule Corbyn asks Cameron about living standards after referendum Thornberry asked: Why have you not resigned? Has there been a coup in the Labour Party? "It's been a bit of chaotic couple of days" says Emily Thornberry What happens now on the Labour leadership? When should UK trigger Article 50? “A lot could happen in the next 90 minutes” says Andrew Neil Tuesday 28 June German MEP: 'There is no cherry picking possible’ for UK MP tells BBC: You have moved into Project Hysteria Slaughter and Mason: 'Political climate has changed immeasurably' Monday 27 June New line-up for Jeremy Corbyn's front bench Views of Boris Johnson BBC business editor on Monday's markets Bookie predicts two-horse Tory leadership race Fox and Reynolds: What does a post-referendum UK look like? Sam Tarry of Momentum: Corbyn would win leadership contest Sunday 26 June Behind the scenes at BBC's referendum HQ How the UK changed in 72 hours since Brexit McDonnell: 'Jeremy is not going anywhere' Blair on chances of second Brexit vote Martin McGuinness with Jo Coburn on Sunday Politics Thornberry: Labour must learn #indyref lessons Emily Thornberry is not resigning Will Liam Fox stand for Tory leadership? Liam Fox on post-Brexit planning What is Article 50 about? Andrew Neil: Britain has crossed the most significant political watershed in my lifetime Thursday 23 and Friday 24 June
No Daily Politics but Andrew and Jo are part of the wider BBC referendum TV coverage
BBC referendum index Wednesday 22 June Why won't there be a referendum exit poll? EU referendum: BBC debate highlights The referendum campaign... in three minutes When we will know the referendum result? American referendum expert Gerry Gunster offers advice for both sides Referendum day weather forecast Will Turkey be joining the EU? Following Boris Johnson and the Vote Leave campaign With David Cameron on the Stronger In campaign bus Andrea Leadsom recalls BBC Great Debate Kezia Dugale on BBC Great Debate Tuesday 21 June The purr-fect referendum debate... with cats Soames: Not a civil war, it's a fundamental disagreement Should George Osborne be moved? Blue-on-blue comments in referendum debate Behind the Scenes of the Great Debate Brexiteers on the immigration debate Tributes to Jo Cox in Parliament Economists for Brexit's Patrick Minford David Dimbleby previews the BBC Great Debate Monday 20 June How does the BBC select their audiences? Alison McGovern and Andrew Mitchell remember Jo Cox Kate Hoey and Nick Herbert on immigration Could Britain look like Norway if it votes to leave the EU? The history of Britain's relationship with the EU Corbyn: Parliament has lost 'one of its best' PM: 'There are people alive because of Jo Cox' Nick Herbert MP on the prospect of Turkey joining the EU Kate Hoey says there's a "possibility" Turkey will join EU Kate Hoey on immigration Nick Herbert on being outside the single market Alison McGovern remembers Jo Cox Andrew Mitchell on Jo Cox How does the BBC select their audiences like Question Time? The history of Britain's relationship with the EU Kate Hoey on UKIP poster Speaker John Bercow leads tributes to Jo Cox MP Jeremy Corbyn pays tribute to Jo Cox MP David Cameron pays tribute to Jo Cox MP Rachel Reeves remembers her friend and fellow MP Jo Cox Stephen Kinnock on Jo Cox MP Stephen Kinnock says "Jo would have responded with outrage" to UKIP poster Mary Creagh pays tribute to Jox Cox MP Corbyn: 'We have lost one of our best' Rachel Reeves: Jo Cox 'struck down much too soon' David Cameron: 'Jo Cox epitomised best of humanity' Sunday 19 June EU referendum: Raab v Lucas Will the tone of the EU campaign change? How are the polls looking? Is the Remain campaign back on track? John Mann on the tone of the referendum campaign Dominic Raab's case to Leave the EU Caroline Lucas' case to Remain in the EU "Negative campaigning works" says Tom Newton Dunn Friday 17 June Mary Creagh: Jo Cox 'was a force of nature' Conservative MP: Job can never be 100% safe Should security of MPs be increased? So you want to be a Secretary of State? Social media and EU referendum campaign Mary Creagh on Jo Cox Steve Richards on myth of 'out of touch' MPs Toby Young on aftermath of Jo Cox murder Gavin Barwell on MPs security YouGov's Marcus Roberts on social media and campaigning How to be a Secretary of State Social media and EU referendum campaign Thursday 16 June Andrea Leadsom on referendum prediction Lord Fowler: The first man to hold the office of Lord Speaker Lords Speaker role goes to a man for first time Finkelstein on what happens to the Tories after referendum Daily Politics bringing people together Labour Leave's John Mills on Gordon Brown claims Kinnock on McDonnell and Brown referendum claims Polling export on referendum stats and predictions What do the referendum polls say? Lord Finkelstein on Lord Howard comments FILM: What does 'stroppy' Cornwall make of the EU FILM: Have you made your mind up on EU referendum? Wednesday 15 June Tooting by-election coverage Giles Dilnot at Farage Flotilla Thames fishing protest John Mann on referendum campaign Ed Vaizey on referendum campaign PMQs: Not just any pay cut, this is a big fat Marks and Spencer pay cut PMQs: Blue on blue question on EU referendum PMQs: In a spin over the EU referendum PMQs: Migration question for the PM from Tory MP PMQs: Angus Robertson on EU referendum PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on EU referendum PMQs: Phone-hacking question from Corbyn to Cameron PMQs: Labour leader on Orlando killings PMQs: PM on Orlando killings PMQs: Labour leader on Orlando killings Labour MP challenged on £100m a week extra for NHS claim PMQs: Andrew Neil and Ed Vaizey on the EU referendum PMQs: Jacob Rees-Mogg on emergency budget talk Leave campaign has published a Queen's Speech-style 'roadmap' Tuesday 14 June 'Digby, you're a typical middle-aged bloke who loves interrupting women' TTIP and EU referendum: Jones v Reeves Economic claims over EU membership Why some people get two votes this month Tooting candidates: Power to the people! Do EU officials have 'exorbitant expense claims'? TSSA backs 'social Europe that everyone deserves' RMT union: EU is beyond reform Union v union in EU referendum What are the EU referendum odds Monday 13 June Lucas: 'EU membership boost jobs in every part of UK Green: Leaves The EU is beyond reform Where do Greens stand on the referendum? Bernard Jenkin on Sir Philip Green called before MPs What's in the political diary this week? Around 100,000 Turks could head to the UK annually Tom Rogan on reaction to Florida shooting Bernard Jenkin on Gordon Brown and EU referendum Margaret Hodge asked about Labour referendum campaign Bernard Jenkin on referendum campaign Margaret Hodge on referendum campaign Sunday 12 June Are some European plans on hold until after the referendum? EU referendum: Grayling v Creagh John Mann: EU is 'fundamentally broken' Friday 10 June Online abuse: 'I was not offended, I was terrified' The week's biggest European political stories EU migrant deals with Africa and Middle East? Malta: Where Game of Thrones meets the Boat Race So what would EU be like in post-Brexit talks? What's going on with claims about Turkey and EU? Chuka Umunna on the Remain campaign Kate Hoey on Labour MPs supporting Leave Campaign How are Queen's honours given out? Thursday 9 June How would ex-leaders vote in EU referendum? 'History Boys' offer UK and Europe lessons EU 'scaremongering' from Blair and Major? Corbyn supporter hits back at Blair criticism Farron: 'We share Europe's history, Europe's future' Keetch: EU 'power is held behind closed doors' Any football clues for the EU referendum? Tory donor calls for a vote to leave the EU When did referendum U-turn MP change her mind? Dr Sarah Wollaston reminded of past tweets Wollaston: There won’t be some Brexit bonanza Wednesday 8 June We thought PMQs was over.... Peter Bone is given a pub suggestion in Witney The words World War III have never passed my lips Corbyn: How are they ministers at the same time Cameron and Corbyn on employment legislation Corbyn and Cameron on Sports Direct contracts PM asked about voter registration problems Alan Johnson backing John Hayes for PM? Tim Farron on voter registration problems Alan Johnson - How did Cameron and Farage do? John Hayes - How did Cameron and Farage do? Andrew Neil: "Join me, as I interrogate the chancellor" What are the BBC's referendum guidelines? Tuesday 7 June Reporter 'enobled' to pull with the Lords Illuminating tribute to suffragettes FILM: EU brings 'jobs, investment and growth' FILM: 'If we vote leave, we will take back control' Umunna and Stuart talk TTIP What power does UK have over EU budget? Will there be an European Army. and could the UK use a veto to stop it? Tory MEP asked about deporting criminals Easier to deport criminals if the UK left the EU? Monday 6 June Reaction to Major and Rees-Mogg comments FILM: EU 'failing' on borders, currency and debt crisis FILM: EU helps build 'safer, stronger society' DEBATE: What role does EU play in workers' rights? Will declaring school history help social mobility? Starmer: Privacy is always a key consideration EU farming subsidies are 'daylight robbery' Sunday 5 June John Prescott: 'Where is Labour in EU campaign?' Where is the EU campaign heading? EU referendum: Hannan v Reynolds Conservative MP announces his referendum decision Davis: Narrow Remain vote 'hard for PM to handle' Friday 27 May Chilcot Report debate: Oborne, Rentoul and Murray Can we trust economists' predictions in EU referendum? Could a Brexit really end one-in-ten London marriages? How MPs need bingo balls to get a bill Thursday 26 May Nicola Sturgeon guest stars in sci-fi drama Salford mayor: Benefit sanctions causing crisis How would leaving the EU affect UK trade? Ex-ministers debate the latest migration figures Salford mayor: Benefit sanctions causing crisis Conservative MP Nick Herbert on the case to Remain in the EU Tory MP Nusrat Ghani on the case for leaving the EU Wednesday 25 May Veterans for Britain: EU 'draws money from Nato' Mike Read's advice for pro-Brexit pop concert PMQs: Eagle asks about 'banishing of Tory Brexiteers' PMQs: MPs should take lead from 'statesman-like' Clarke PMQs: SNP raises case of family facing deportation PMQs: Osborne says BBC should not be 'great public newspaper' Talking EU referendum scare stories: Gisela Stuart Talking EU referendum scare stories: Matt Hancock Is Jo Co not so digital after all? Tuesday 24 May Does Labour have an Englishness problem? EU referendum debate: Coaker and Villiers Jodie Marsh protests against puppy farming MPs to hold inquiry into UK robotics industry What would Brexit mean for Northern Ireland? On the UKIP 'Vote to Leave' bus Monday 23 May Johnson on property market: Extending underground for 'iceberg homes' Johnson and Lammy on iceberg homes Liam Fox on Tory election expenses claims Pete Wishart on Tory election expenses claims Political diary for the coming week Harriet Baldwin and Liam Fox on UK policy over Turkey Baldwin on UK economy after a Brexit Economist Gerard Lyons on UK economy after a Brexit Lammy and Fox on Turkey joining EU? Who's claiming what in the EU referendum debate Sunday 22 May CBI boss: 'UK may eventually prosper under Brexit' EU referendum: Do pollsters have a clue what's going on? Where are the women in the EU referendum campaigns? Lord Owen criticises NHS Chief Executive Friday 20 May EU referendum debate: Field v Thomas Will energy and climate change job carry on? What's happened to the TTIP trade deal? MP has yet to tell his mother how he will vote Thursday 19 May Burnham: Westminster 'has failed the north of England' Where do trade unions stand on the EU referendum? Why was there rubber glove talk in Parliament? Does the UK want to open its door to refugees? Wednesday 18 May State Opening of Parliament (BBC1 1030-1215) Tuesday 17 May What might be in the Queen's Speech? How safe are prisons in England and Wales? EU referendum debate: Howard v Farron FILM: Lord Sutch 'far from stupid or mad' DEBATE: Why make play about Monster Raving Loony Party? Monday 16 May Newquay favourite for UK space centre site EU referendum debate: Lamont v Clarke Mosley: Injunctions have valuable role to play Highlights for the Green Party in Bennett era Natalie Bennett: I am not going away Charles Clarke on Ken Livingstone What's in the political diary this week? Counter terrorism bill in Queen's Speech Sunday 15 May IDS: 'Carney breached his obligations on impartiality' Should the power of the House of Lords be curtailed? Strathclyde: 'House of Lords should not have power to veto' Iain Duncan Smith: 'Mark Carney has breached his obligations Friday 13 May By-elections over election spending claims Moodbox: Do the Brits feel European (or not)? One-minute video guide to European political week Migrant deal brings Turkey a step closer to EU? Is Portugal on the road to financial recovery? Thursday 12 May Plaid Cymru's Simon Thomas on vote for Welsh FM What does the White Paper mean for the BBC? Andrew Bridgen on the BBC White Paper Damian Green will ask a question about Andrew Neil's salary UKIP's immigration spokesman on National Insurance numbers and migration stats Economist Jonathan Portes on UK immigration stats "There will be consequences for its future" says Vote Leave Could EU referendum affect UK's Eurovision hope? Meet the new Labour mayor of Bristol Wednesday 11 May Kuenssberg and MPs review Cameron and Corbyn Why is UK 'pouring' money' into corrupt nations? Speaker says Farron 'has a right to be heard' Tweeters should be 'ashamed of sexist bullying' Will Gordon Brown have any sway on EU debate? Brexit The Move director Martin Durkin Angus Robertson has corruption questions for PM Corbyn asks Cameron about child refugees Corbyn says PM was not listening to his tax haven question Cameron and Corbyn on wage rates Wishing Sir David Attenborough happy 90th birthday I better check the microphone's on before speaking Reaction to Queen and PM's comments caught on camera Tuesday 10 May Hamilton to contest role for Welsh UKIP leader Can science judge how someone will vote on the EU? EU referendum debate: Blunkett v Raab 75 years since Parliament was bombed Monday 9 May Street-Porter: London 'brought to its knees by cycling' Cycling debate: Gilligan v Street-Porter Tarry: 'These people should be called in to see whip' Town votes to ban buying of second homes Sunday 8 May Behind the scenes at the BBC election studio Ruth Davidson claims she'll be a 'robust' opposition leader Caroline Flint: Labour result 'not enough' Labour's Clive Lewis: 'Bickering is not helping' Friday 6 May BBC Election 2016 index (no DP on on Friday) Thursday 5 May When will we know results after the polls close? What should the UK do about child refugees? Why there'll be no Welsh flags at Eurovision What is the future of Syria? Wednesday 4 May Ex-chairman Shapps quizzed on Tory election spending Will the UK political map be changing colour(s)? Laura Kuenssberg on 'extraordinarily brutal' PMQs MP gives the PM a test on English grammar PM on Lineker pledge to go on TV in pants SNP Westminster leader asks PM about helping child refugees Speaker's warning to government whip and 'his sidekick' Corbyn: Anti-Semitism has no place in our society SNP deputy leader asked about education and election policies Speaker's warning to government whip and 'his sidekick' PM reminds Labour leader about past comments about Hamas and Hezbollah Grant Shapps asked about local government finance Is the DP the Leicester or Hatfield of politics? Tuesday 3 May Suspended councillor on 'witch hunt' Focus on Welsh election Nigel Farage on his security arrangements Monday 2 May
Bank holiday: no programmes
Sunday 1 May How Labour's anti-semitism row unfolded Bradshaw: Livingstone is 'spy' for the Conservative Party Farron: 'Britain desperately needs a Lib Dem revival' Brandon Lewis: Academy plan 'a good step forward' Labour anti-semitism row: How it all unfolded Friday 29 April Did Obama cross the line with EU advice to UK? What's in a name? Farage like garage? Any idea who your police commissioner is? A one-minute guide to the political week Nigel Farage talks EU referendum polling Nigel Farage talks border controls Iain Watson on Watson, Corbyn and anti-Semitic claims Thursday 28 April MP Mann brands Livingstone 'Nazi apologist' In full: Ken Livingstone with Andrew Neil, John Mann and Nick Clegg Clegg and Hitchens on UK drug enforcement Time to decriminalise or legalise some drugs? S Yorkshire force needs 'morale and purpose' Inequality in Education report with Nick Clegg and Anthony Seldon Wednesday 27 April Corbyn on Hillsborough 'lies, smears, cover-ups' Labour 'quite extraordinary' over Shah, says PM Cooper: PM 'puts country to shame' on child refugees Reviewing PMQs with Laura Kuenssberg and MPs Angus Robertson on UK help for child refugees “I am on my fifth Labour leader, and if he carries on like this, I’ll soon be on my sixth” Party leaders on academy schools (and repeats on TV) "We are going to have academies for all and it's going to be in the Queen's Speech Fox: 'They were all wrong on the euro' Lisa Nandy on Naz Shah comments about Israel Nandy and Fox tipped as future leaders of their parties? How many PMQs has Andrew watched since 2003? Tuesday 26 April Scottish elections: Where parties stand on tax powers Labour 'not representing voters' on EU Historian Dan Cruickshank on repairs to Westminster landmark Salmond asked about SNP record in government Godfrey Olson: 'I have always lived by a council diary Labour 'not representing voters' on EU A few stats about local government in England BBC Scotland Editor on Holyrood elections Alex Salmond on junior doctors' strike Ken Clarke on junior doctors' strike BBC's Smitha Mundasad on junior doctors' strike Monday 25 April Bryant and Zahawi on Theresa May speech Call to ban letting agency fees for those renting homes Debating film on call to curb rental fees EU referendum: MPs Zahawi and Bryant on Shakespeare Northern Ireland parties campaign for Assembly elections NUS president's Malia Bouattia faces anti-Semitic claims Sunday 24 April What can Labour expect from the local elections? Dominic Raab: Obama has 'backtracked' on trade deal claim Labour 'optimistic' about local elections Diane James: UKIP 'looking to gain ground' in local elections How have UKIP fared in past local elections? Friday 22 April A one-minute guide to the political week MP: Air power by itself is hardly ever decisive Junior doctor attacks government strike 'spin' 'Why should they be made to become academies?' Ayesha Hazarika on London mayoral election Harry Phibbs on London mayoral election Thursday 21 April Who tells the Queen what her MPs are up to? Minister: 'I need to do more to sell' academies policy Bennett: Voters want 'new Green broom' Watson: Robots 'about to change our world' Tom Watson asked about his previous claims of paedophile network Windsor MP on the Queen's status as resident or voter What does polling say about the Queen? Defeated Lib Dem MP on Tory BattleBus claims in Wells seat What the Tories say about Battle Bus claims Michael Crick on Tory Battle Bus 2015 claims and timings Wednesday 20 April Cameron makes extremism claims about Khan Cameron and Corbyn clash on academy schools plan Heidi Allen: 'There are children there completely vulnerable' Will this really be called Boaty McBoatface? Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs exchanges Labour's shadow health minister on junior doctors' strike PM and Labour leader on Queen's birthday Kate Hoey on UK referendum over the EU Ed Vaizey on UK referendum over the EU Big hitters on EU referendum claims and counter-claims Tuesday 19 April Why do MPs run marathon for charity? Is the EU debate descending into conjuring and scaremongering? Paul Mason: We were right to fight it MP Redwood warns on giving steel workers 'false hope' Julie Cooper on bid to block MPs filibustering Philip Davies on bid to block MPs filibustering Monday 18 April What should UK do about those who fight 'IS'? Will celebrities sway EU referendum voters? Powell: There is a pupil places crisis Do bookies get too much blame for gamblers? What's in the political diary this week? IFS' Paul Johnson on George Osborne UK exit claims Sunday 17 April Hunt: 'UK safer, stronger and better off in EU' What are the risks if Britain remains in the EU? Should Obama intervene in the EU debate? Friday 15 April Nigel Farage hugs #hugabrit campaign EU supporter Conservative Woman and Women's Equality Party on "totty" Voters views on tax fraud and benefit fraud Talking EU polls and turnout: Hodges and Farage Farage: That simply is not fair play Friday marks the beginning of the official #EUref campaign Where do horses travel in 'business class'? European political week in 60 seconds What Brits in Malta think of EU referendum Thursday 14 April Lamont, Lawson, Clarke and Darling on chancellor job Palmerston cat's role catching mice at Foreign Office Lord Baker on Nicky Morgan's academy school plans Shakespeare's Richard ll to be performed in Parliament Fact checking an SNP claim on Whitehall staff Setback for government on Housing Bill Chris Bryant on Jeremy Corbyn speech Graham Stringer on Jeremy Corbyn Wednesday 13 April Cameron and Corbyn trade blows on taxes PM accuses Tory MP of 'classic scare story' on EU Carswell: Will PM resign if he loses UK referendum? Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs clashes Farron: At least 10,000 refugee children missing ' I have nothing further to add' says John Whittingdale Tuesday 12 April 'Corbyn' as singing, dancing performer on stage Recovering MP wants electronic voting For and against government EU referendum leaflet Did (ex) minister know the details about cuts, when she was in office? Owen Smith on welfare spending and cuts "It left more questions than answers" says Stephen Kinnock McVey on losing seat, and bid to be an MP again in 2020 Monday 11 April Skinner ordered from chamber over 'Dodgy Dave' jibe on PM taxes Film: Peer wants action on sharia courts in UK Debate: What should the UK do about sharia courts? Tory MP: Media 'peddling' line PM is a 'crook' Union: UK steel industry 'not a basket case' 'Genuinely good bit of news in otherwise pretty bleak period for the UK steel industry' Sunday 10 April Why are UKIP so bitterly divided? BBC economics editor on PM's tax returns Why are UKIP so bitterly divided? Penny Mordaunt: 'We will be far safer outside of the EU' Neil Hamilton: Feuds in UKIP 'makes party stronger' Thursday 24 March How Corbyn was wrong-footed by a spreadsheet Debate on 26-27 April strike by English junior doctors Diane James and Chris Wood on Suzanne Evans Diane James on Suzanne Evans' suspension Viewers' EU questions: sovereignty Viewers' EU questions: finance and payments Viewers' EU questions: pensions James Landale on EU and security issues after the Brussels attacks Europe Correspondent Chris Morris in Brussels Wednesday 23 March Corbyn: Budget has £4.4bn black hole in it PM on Labour list: 'I thought I had problems' More support needed for male domestic violence victims? Debate on domestic violence towards men and boys Rachel Reeves asked about John Woodcock tweet Douglas Carswell asked about PM about EU referendum PM asked about anti-Semitism by Mike Freer MP PMQs: Corbyn on Brussels attacks PMQs: Cameron on Brussels attacks Where does Budget fallout leave the UK economy? UKIP MEP Mike Hookem on Brussels attacks Belgian authorities “hugely criticised for their failures of intelligence” Tuesday 22 March Why did Michael Gove hide in loo from David Laws? Scotland, Wales and NI seats up for election Daniel Davies on Welsh elections Andrew Kerr on Scottish elections Reaction to Brussels explosion from foreign affairs analyst Tim Marshall The technology challenges for intelligence services Home affairs committee chairman Keith Vaz on Brussels explosions Foreign affairs committee chairman on Brussels explosions BBC correspondent Gavin Lee near the airport in Brussels. Monday 21 March Peer on child refugees: We owe them safety What seats are up for grabs in May? 'Biggest set of mid-term elections' on 5 May Don't spit, gather in groups, or ride skateboards Sunday 20 March Post-Budget Tory fallout: How it all unfolded Owen Smith: IDS 'laid bare the unfairness of government policy' Heidi Allen: IDS 'had no option' but to resign Paul Johnson: 'We will get close to Budget balance' Friday 18 March Andrew Neil interviewed by children on CBBC programme What the press and public make of the Budget Will the papers affect referendum votes? Candidate links hygiene issues to immigration Woolfe: No room for anyone who makes any racist, xenophobic comments Tory MP Mercer on PIP: 'This is their lifeline' Political week in 60 seconds Thursday 17 March What do youngsters think of the sugar tax? Should chancellors add humour to their Budgets? Wednesday 16 March BBC Budget 2016 coverage Tuesday 15 March UKIP vs CBI on the EU referendum Burnham welcomes activist's suspension Caroline Lucas on Greens' EU backing Can UKIP overcome its divisions? Monday 14 March Question over Khan links to 'cyber jihadist' Scottish Lib Dems offer 'big bold package' Why Lawson and Kinnock changed EEC-EU views How political gravity has changed EU debate Sunday 13 March Sturgeon: 'Scotland's economy is fundamentally strong' Does Labour have a problem dealing with allegations of anti-semitism? John Mann: 'No space' for antisemitism in Labour Seema Malhotra: 'We need to invest for the future' Friday 11 March Is TTIP trade deal good or bad for the UK? Ben Chacko and Miranda Green talk TTIP A new car service for MEPs in Brussels and Strasbourg? 'People gradually starting to listen again' to Lib Dems European politics in 60 seconds Could MEPs change Cameron's UK-EU deal? Could Nicosia be united after 40 years? Thursday 10 March When did Blair decide to go to war in Iraq? Corbyn 'does not seem like traditional politician' EVEL rules a 'turkey' over Sunday trading EU has 'sprawling, inefficient' bureaucracy Downing questioned on 9/11 and Middle East views Wednesday 9 March Why are the Scots not buying Corbyn tickets? Why SNP is voting against Sunday trading change PM's one-word answer on possible resignation Corbyn's 100th question (with help from Callum) MPs review Cameron and Corbyn exchanges Mood box: What do shoppers think of more Sunday trading? Dangers of IN and OUT over Brexit vote Dr Andrew Collier on junior doctors' strike in England Tuesday 8 March Referendum rivals debate 'women's vote' in EU debate Who are the most active MPs on Twitter? UKIP's Neil Hamilton on his Welsh Assembly candidacy How do pollsters do their job - and how has it changed? Monday 7 March TV protection given to MPs (but not royals) Does former PM Wilson deserve a statue? Sunday 6 March What made the Chancellor change his mind on pensions? Herbert: Leaving EU is 'a prospect of huge uncertainty' Carswell: Single market access possible 'without being in EU' Nick Herbert on the Calais migrant camps Nick Herbert on how UK could trade with EU nations after a Brexit Carswell on UK and EU funding Carswell on his role in UKIP Friday 4 March Liam Fox and Stephen Gethins on EU 'Project Fear' claims PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on Labour role for Varoufakis Plaid puts forward 'ambitious' election pledges Migrants from Syria and North Africa heading to Europe and UK Thursday 3 March Why 800,000 signed petition for meningitis jab Stiglitz warns of 'short-termism' in economic thinking Talking anti-establishment rebels with Jones and Finkelstein Johnson and Burgon look ahead to the Budget Talking UK & EU funding - Will Straw and Suzanne Evans Wednesday 2 March Rifkind on FBI Apple legal battle over iPhone software PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on Labour role for Varoufakis PMQs: Cameron and Corbyn on tax-free child care claims Lord Lamont claims European organisations break the rules Robertson and Cameron on social benefits for workers and pollution issues Cameron, Davis, and Speaker (but no Jenkin) at PMQs "I do hope my suit and tie match his mother's high expectations" Daily and Sunday Politics highlights of 2016 Corbyn and Cameron on primary school class sizes Ian Murray: "We don't know what OUT looks like" Hancock: Politicians promised referenda and they never got delivered Tuesday 1 March David Anderson on independent reviewer of terrorism legislation role Prevent programme review call from terrorism legislation reviewer Archive of past elections to be mayor of London Livingstone and Norris - Is London a Labour city? UKIP and Labour on Calais migrants Debating the Investigatory Powers Bill - Davis and Livingstone Monday 29 February A library for 650 people only Where does Scotland stand over EU referendum? Meal deals that made political history Are political deals really cut over meals? What is in the political diary this week? Emma Reynolds on Yanis Varoufakis appointment What happens if UK leave EU: Owen Paterson What happens if UK leave EU: Emma Reynolds Sunday 28 February Tory bullying claims: 'I didn't bully Elliot Johnson' Lord Howard: Brexit will 'restore our democracy' Alan Johnson: Remain 'not snappy enough' Labour Party divisions over Trident Friday 26 February Political week in 60 seconds Where do Greens stand on EU referendum? Nuttall on UKIP London and Welsh Assembly bid What's it like being an education secretary? Zoe Williams and John Spellar clash on Labour and Momentum Art used by 1980s nuclear protesters with Peter Kennard Thursday 25 February Adam Afriyie on immigration stats Ross Hawkins on boundary changes and electoral registration Cameron 'jealous' of my clothes says Corbyn A new electoral system on the menu Meal deals that made political history Who thinks Corbyn will be the next PM? Why are there fewer people on the electoral register? Wednesday 24 February Alun Evans: Govt unprepared then - and now - to deal with major crisis Boles: PM's euref deal is 'absolutely legally binding' Gisela Stuart: It's the classic British story with Europe What would leaders' mothers say about the NHS? Tax cuts for higher earners in Scotland? PMQs clashes on death figures and junior doctors Who are the busiest of the new-intake MPs? Laura Kuenssberg and MPs review PMQs Tuesday 23 February Where does Scottish Labour stand on Trident? Why did PM 'hug' MP who wants to leave EU? UK immigration cooking up curry crisis? Curry houses staffing hit by immigration rules? Can the parties unite after the EU referendum? Howard Dean - and his election night scream Can Scottish Labour leader recall predecessors? Monday 22 February EU referendum questions annoy George Galloway in TV interview EU referendum campaign's key names, dates and timings EU security debate: Pritchard v Batten EU debate: Zahawi and Umunna Sunday 21 February The 72 hours that led to the EU referendum Grayling on EU: 'We can't cope with the levels of migration' Hillary Benn 'won't share platform with PM' on EU campaign Eustice and Farron on PM's EU deal Sunday 14 February Daily Politics Manifesto Tracker: Explainer Runners and riders for the next Tory leader Hancock: 'We are committed to deliver all manifesto promises' Gender Pay Gap: Why is it still a problem? Friday 12 February Political week in 60 seconds What is it like to be defence secretary? Thursday 11 February Why all the fuss over Mao's Little Red Book? What's happening in Syria? Benn: Corbyn backs UK staying in EU Wednesday 10 February Soapbox: In praise of mass-produced meat Prime Minister's Questions analysis PM: Scotland funding deal must be fair PMQs jokes at email from 'Rosie' Cameron and Corbyn in housing clash What's happening with the junior doctors' strike? Tuesday 9 February Ruth Davidson on UK-EU reform deal MPs triumph at parliamentary pancake race Who will be the next Tory leader? Did Tories overspend in three recent by-elections? Davidson: SNP must not scupper fiscal framework talks Is Ruth Davidson turning Scots Tories' fortunes around? Ruth Davidson tries her hand at pancake flipping Can Stephen Pound & Lord Redesdale flip a pancake? Ruth Davidson rules herself out of Tory leadership bid Monday 8 February PM 'resorting to scaremongering' over EU Shapps: Resigning was 'right thing to do' Soapbox: 'Homes for Heroes' campaign Perkins 'open-minded' on Labour defence review Friday 5 February Has it been made harder to register to vote? Tory rebellion over Sunday trading laws? Reform deal could be 'win-win' for EU and UK - MEP Is the dream of a borderless Europe over? Meet The Neighbours: Belgium European political week in 60 seconds Thursday 4 February Beckett defends Labour election loss report Why is coin tossing used in elections? What happened to Labour's Euroscepticism? Beckett: Praying for another Corbyn miracle David Miliband welcomes Syria refugee aid pledge Wednesday 3 February Farage: EU 'leave' campaigns should unite SNP concern over June EU vote date Therese Coffey: 'A lot of progress' made on EU deal PM urged to 'think again' on ESA cuts Corbyn raises cancer test wait times Cameron and Corbyn clash over NHS Soapbox: Public toilets 'need real investment' Cameron v Corbyn at PMQs Cameron and Corbyn NHS exchanges Tuesday 2 February Soapbox: Why Gibraltar should stay British MSPs clash over Scots income tax raise call Draft EU deal 'falls so far short' - Tory MP Monday 1 February Tory MP 'frustrated' with EU renegotiation Rosa Prince: Corbyn 'has a fascinating back story' Are political biographies popular? Jenkin: No blame game over Kids Company collapse Sunday 31 January Steve Baker: 50 to 70 Tory MPs will campaign to leave EU John McDonnell: 'Reputational damage to Google is immense' Is the EU good for business? Can the Brexit campaign succeed? Friday 29 January PM 'probably regretting EU renegotiation' - Tory MEP Is an 'emergency brake' on benefits a good idea? Political week in 60 seconds What is it like to be foreign secretary? Thursday 28 January What's been happening politically in Poland? Owen Smith and Chris Philp clash over welfare Minister: UK 'playing its role' on child refugees Does the House of Lords need a rapid rebuttal unit? Popular conspiracy theories Wednesday 27 January Robertson calls for pension measures Laura Kuenssberg's PMQs analysis PM refers to 'bunch of migrants' Should the voting age be raised? PM announces new Holocaust memorial Corbyn and PM clash on Google's tax Tuesday 26 January 'War games' simulate EU negotiations Kendall- Why I lost Labour leadership poll How do migrants become EU citizens? Norman Lamont on leaving the EU Looking back on Liz Kendall's leadership campaign Monday 25 January Straw v Oxley - Could Britain prosper outside the EU-? Reeves criticises Labour leadership's 'dereliction of duty' BBC Two - Daily Politics, 25-01-2016, Should the UK take more refugees-? Bernard Jenkin on charity fundraising Reeves and Loughton on EU debate Sunday 24 January Labour election report branded 'whitewash' Michael Dugher: Corbyn 'must be given a chance' Does EU membership affect Calais migrant arrangement? Murray: Scottish govt should be talking about policies, not personalities Friday 22 January European political week in 60 seconds The political history of gentlemen's clubs PM's EU renegotiation 'an expectation management game' Why have Poland-EU relations soured? Meet the neighbours: Romania Conservative and UKIP MEPs clash over EU reform talks Thursday 21 January Is another recession on the horizon? The end of the traffic warden Ed Stone was 'a bargain' at £8,000 'Five ministers will campaign to leave EU' - Montgomerie What is it like to be health secretary? Wednesday 20 January PMQs- Leaders clash on student grants Robertson asks PM about UK Yemen links Soapbox: 'Hand over Falklands and Gibraltar' Laura Kuenssberg's PMQs reaction Should Labour MPs get a free vote on the EU? The top five political excuses MP attacks Labour with Beatles songs MP attacks 'hand-wringing' over steel jobs PM attacks Labour over Falklands Corbyn attacks nursing bursary cut Tuesday 19 January Has Cologne changed views on migrants? Hancock- UK 'protected' from crash Can F1 technology help the NHS? Bradshaw rues faulty opinion polls Why the polls got the election wrong The non religious church service Monday 18 January Tory defends new pro-EU campaign group Kinnock attacks ministers over steel Debating Cameron's extremism comments Discussing Corbyn's policy positions Should Trump be banned from the UK-? A history of petitions in the UK Sunday 17 January Should Britain keep its nuclear deterrent? Farage: EU referendum is 'people vs politicians' Ken Clarke: PM will campaign for UK to stay in EU Emily Thornberry: I oppose Trident but 'open minded' Alex Salmond: 'I would ban The Donald' Thursday 14 January Minister Brandon Lewis on housing policy Maria Miller and Kellie Maloney on 'de-gendering' passports Why did the election polls get it so wrong? Assessing Wales' political temperature Should gender be declared on passports? Wednesday 13 January Hayes and Ashworth on collective responsibility Soapbox: Is gentrification a bad thing? Cameron and Corbyn clash over housing PM questioned over post-study work visas PM: Corbyn 'doesn't believe in Britain' PMQs: Analysis with Laura Kuenssberg and guests MPs' takeover of Stylist magazine Tuesday 12 January Should England have a national anthem? Guests discuss case for English national anthem Should feminism be in the A-level Politics syllabus? British Muslims 'not being radicalised in mosques' Junior doctors' strike: Tory MP v BMA Monday 11 January Politicians' tributes to music legend David Bowie Guests on Labour unity and Trident policy Falconer: Union opt-in levy 'designed to cost Labour' Moodbox: For or against the junior doctors' strike? Trade Union Bill "an attack on the political process" Tory MP: Equal footing for mental and physical health Sunday 10 January Labour Party split: Can they still work together? David Davis: 'Personalities don't matter' in Brexit campaign Powell: McDonnell's 'hard-right' comments weren't helpful Dorrell: Cross-party review needed for health and care services What has prompted the unprecedented strike action by junior doctors? Friday 8 January What is it like to be home secretary? Norman Lamb on junior doctors' dispute The political week in 60 seconds MP: Government to blame for banking culture inquiry axe David Buik on banking culture inquiry axe Thursday 7 January Why the lasting appeal of 'Yes, Prime Minister'? Guests discuss the future of Trident What's happening with Trident? Ken Livingstone on Labour reshuffle fallout Livingstone: Nato membership doesn't matter Farage and Bone on new cross-party EU 'out' campaign Wednesday 6 January What next for Labour's Trident policy? Cameron and Corbyn clash over flooding MP resigns from Labour front bench PM quotes Shakespeare plays at Corbyn Corbyn challenges PM over floods response Cameron asked about junior doctors' strike Soapbox: Should MPs be ruder to the public? Cameron jibe over Corbyn reshuffle Tuesday 5 January Is PM right to give ministers freedom on EU vote? Chris Leslie: Hard-left want to tighten their control over Labour Guests discuss Labour shadow cabinet reshuffle A bumper crop of political bets in 2016? Should Donald Trump be barred from UK? Political predictions for 2016
Labour MP defends Corbyn reshuffle