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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 21h
"No, people have been conned" says on referendum claims about money for the NHS, revisited by the foreign secretary "Surprised and disappointed in Boris for perpetuating these nonsenses" the Conservative MP tells
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 21h
“That work can’t and won’t stop” says on private firms working on delivering for the MoD, cleaning hospitals school dinners “We have members who don’t know if they are going to get paid, they have done for Network Rail over Christmas”
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 21h
What happens in the UK Parliament is only one part of the process which is set to dominate politics in 2018, explains
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 21h
“My own very strong belief is that we should put all the options back on the table to enable decent negotiations to carry on” “The EU hold the cards … because we have limited our options”
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 13h
Guests to review on Wed's will include joining from 1130-1300
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 13h
Guests to review on Wed's will include Oliver Dowden joining from 1130-1300
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BBC Parliament 17h
MPs have voted to reject an amendment designed to preserve rights and powers derived from EU law. Voting was 319 to 296 - a majority of 23.
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Esther Webber 17h
Here we go again... MPs voting on Caroline Lucas' new clause which aims to preserve the obligation to treat animals as sentient beings after Brexit
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 17h
Some of the MPs you can expect to be asking questions at on Wed 17 Jan Watch live on
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Kristiina Cooper 19h
A frequent and dedicated attendee at Commons debates & listening to one of Parliament's most engaging speakers...for all that, it looked as if the was getting a bit much for Desmond Swayne.. .
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BBC Politics 18h
. MP just fell asleep in the House of Commons.
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Anna Soubry MP Jan 15
I paid my fare on Eurostar. But I think MPs should represent their constituents on the most important matter for decades
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 20h
"I am a pragmatist" says on terms through transition period "I am not going to tie the hands of the prime minister. If she is able to negotiate a sensible deal, and a trade-off in other areas, by accepting that, I am going to leave it to her"
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 20h
“He does not represent Conservative members in my constituency” says who might not be the most enthusiastic podcast subscriber “He is a delightful man but I don’t think I would like people to think Jacob represents the modern-day Conservative Party”
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 20h
“Most revealing thing so far … going to be very hard to sustain NHS spending at this level, rather than increase it” on “That will surprise some - he is seen as very much on the right of the party”
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Mark Wallace 20h
Tune into for a discussion of the Moggcast now!
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Chris Mason 22h
Another podcast?!? Just stick with
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 20h
It's been a year since the devolved government in Northern Ireland collapsed, with most of its functions carried out by civil servants. But it's not the only example of functioning without an elected government, reports in film
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 20h
“We would like them to stop pursuing policies that make the situation for a lot of families – things like the public sector pay freeze and the freeze on benefits” says “I would like for everybody to frankly live more within their means”
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BBC Daily Politics and Sunday Politics 21h
“Should the government be worried?” asks Andrew Hood of the about debt levels across UK households
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