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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn present the top political stories of the day.

They are joined by journalist Will Self to discuss the government's latest attempt to protect consumers from the so-called 'sharp practices' of credit card companies and other lenders, and also for a review of the work of London mayor Boris Johnson - does his loss of a third deputy mayor signify problems in his administration or nothing more than a little local difficulty?

And the former government minister Kitty Ussher is in the studio explaining why she plans to stand down as an MP at the next election. She says Parliament needs to become more family-friendly to enable more parents of young kids to go into politics.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 3 Jul 2009 00:00


Role Contributor
PresenterAndrew Neil
PresenterJo Coburn