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The Dominic Raab One
The Housing Minister's divided household over football and the "rocky bridge" to Brexit.
The Andrea Leadsom One
The Commons Leader on Brexit, Boris, Bercow, babies' brains and branding Big Ben.
The Liz Truss One
The Chief Secretary on 'freedom fighting', negotiating Brexit & love of British cheese
The Nia Griffith One
The Shadow Defence Secretary on languages, name-calling over Brexit and anti-Semitism.
Bonus podcast: Corbyn’s Labour Episode 1
Steve Richards presents episode one of Radio 4's ‘The Long March of Corbyn’s Labour’.
Bonus podcast: Corbyn’s Labour Episode 2
George Parker presents episode two in the Radio 4's ‘The Long March of Corbyn’s Labour’.
George Parker presents episode two in Radio 4's ‘The Long March of Corbyn’s Labour’.
Bonus podcast: Corbyn’s Labour Episode 3
Iain Watson presents the final episode of Radio 4's ‘The Long March of Corbyn’s Labour’.
Bonus podcast: Could the PM have a Brummie accent?
Chris Mason's "Archive on 4" about the accents of politics and the politics of accents.
Political Thinking returns next week
Nick Robinson looks forward to a momentous autumn.
The Tony Blair One
Tony Blair tells Nick why he's not sure if moderates can "take back" the Labour Party
The Len McCluskey One
The Unite leader on why he wouldn't weep if Tony Blair left Labour and his favourite poem
The Vince Cable One
The LibDem leader discusses spasms, racism and the problems faced by liberalism
The Andy Burnham One
The Mayor of Greater Manchester on life up North and why he lost to Jeremy Corbyn.
The David Davis One
The former Brexit Secretary on his Communist grandad & how sugar made him a Eurosceptic.
The Sir John Major One
The former PM on why Universal Credit needs to change and the perils of Brexit.
The Amber Rudd One
The former Home Secretary on why she wants her old job back and life on the silver screen
The John McDonnell One
The Shadow Chancellor explains why he became a Marxist not a priest.
The Shaun Bailey One
The Tory mayoral candidate for London on fighting his way out of an estate.
The Damian Hinds One
The Education Secretary on 'buckling up' ahead of Brexit & getting more cash for schools.
The Mayday One
Behind the scenes on a day of turmoil and defiance for Theresa May.
The Diane Abbott One
The Shadow Home Secretary on why Brexit will happen and dealing with online abuse.
The James Brokenshire One
The Communities Secretary on his voiceover work, surviving cancer and delivering Brexit.
The Justine Greening One
The former cabinet minister on resigning, the class ceiling and another referendum.
The Hilary Benn One
The Brexit Committee Chair on being a 'Benn but not a Bennite' (in more ways than one)
The David Gauke One
The Justice Secretary on slaying unicorns and why he might quit the Cabinet over No Deal.
The Personal is Political One
Nick reflects on what personal interviews reveal about the state of today's politics
The Nick Boles One
The Tory MP on blocking 'no-deal', why he may be de-selected and living every moment.
The David Miliband One
David discusses Davos, his refugee parents, another referendum and where he feels at home
The Sir Graham Brady One
The Chairman of the 1922 Committee on delaying Article 50 and where he keeps his safe.
The Jonathan Ashworth One
The Shadow Health Secretary on his Dad's alcoholism and his fears over Brexit
The Gloria De Piero One
The Labour MP on escaping poverty and why her party cannot ignore people who voted Leave.
The Luciana Berger One
The Independent MP on leaving Labour, facing anti-Semitism and forging a new politics
The Tobias Ellwood One
The Defence Minister on fighting a 'no-deal' Brexit and confronting terrorism
The Gavin Williamson One
The Defence Secretary on Brexit, speaking plain Yorkshire and why he kept a tarantula.
The Esther McVey One
The former Cabinet Minister on backing May's deal next week and the PM's 'dignified' exit
The Greg Clark One
The Business Secretary on the PM's 'unhelpful' address to the nation and his SDP roots.
The Oliver Letwin One
The Tory MP on why he's taking a leading role in searching for a new policy on Brexit
The Geoffrey Cox One
The Attorney General on the 'difficult birth' of Brexit, Corbyn talks and The Waste Land
The Steve Baker One
The Conservative Eurosceptic MP on righteous anger, herding tigers and not surrendering
The Jed Mercurio One
The television dramatist on writing about politics, the police and the NHS
The Alastair Campbell One
The People's Vote campaigner on why Labour could be marmalized at the European elections
The Rory Stewart One
The International Development Secretary on his pitch for the top job & the joy of walking
The Sajid Javid One
The Home Secretary on how meeting Thatcher inspired him, and his favourite film scene
The Stella Creasy One
The Labour MP on trying to avoid the giant foot of Brexit and her mum's career advice.
The Helle Thorning-Schmidt One
The former Danish PM on life after office, populism and whether she wants to run the EU
The Michael Gove One
From being adopted as a boy, to now running to be prime minister ...
The Jeremy Hunt One
The Foreign Secretary on his 'biggest jolt' while in the cabinet and dancing the lambada
The Tory Leadership Campaign One
Nick reviews what contenders have said about their background and values on our podcast
The David Lidington One
The Deputy PM on doing PMQs, the Tory leadership battle and the dreaded 3am phone call
The Steve Barclay One
The Brexit Secretary on the 'challenges' facing the new PM and his days as a scrum-half
The Ed Davey One
The Liberal Democrat leadership contender on liberalism and Ed Balls taking his homework
The Philip Hammond One
The Chancellor on blocking no-deal Brexit, spreading muck and the benefits of being dull
The Harriet Harman One
The new podcaster and Mother of the House explains why she now talks to Tory MPs
The William Hague One
The former Foreign Secretary on his Brexit fears and being co-opted by the liberal elite
The Ian Blackford One
The SNP's Westminster leader on doing PMQs, battling Brexit, and preparing for a stramash
The Alistair Burt One
The rebel Tory MP on being purged and not knowing how to vote in the coming election
The Jon Trickett One
The Shadow Commons Leader on why Labour shouldn't turn its back on Leave voters
The Stephen Kinnock One
The Labour MP on his family inspiration and why his colleagues should back a Brexit deal
The Ken Clarke One
The Father of the House on the politics of discord and whether he still wants the top job
The Grant Shapps One
The Transport Secretary on no deal planning and why he's grateful to Ronald McDonald
The Rishi Sunak One
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury on the Wirral meeting and his knowledge of The Force
The Sadiq Khan One
London's Mayor on the benefit of boxing, his Tory friend and disputing with Donald Trump
Another deal, another delay?
Michael Gove tells John Pienaar the UK will still leave the EU on October 31st.
Newton lays down the law
MLA's return to Stormont after almost 1,000 days
Northern Ireland abortion law change: Two opposing views
As abortion becomes legal, we hear from a pro-choice and an anti-abortion campaigner.
The New Censorship
How censorship works in our information age.
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