Programme Index

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Regional Variations (2)

Questions and Statements: recorded coverage of queries and announcements in the House of Commons and the House of Lords

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Questions and Statements

Commons Welfare Statement

Duration: 2 hours, 45 minutes

on BBC Parliament

Recorded coverage of Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell making a statement on Welfare Reform in the Commons, from Wednesday 10 December.

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This Week: Andrew Neil, Diane Abbott and Michael Portillo discuss pressing political and parliamentary developments

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This Week

11/12/2008

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Parliament

Political review with Andrew Neil. Big Issue founder John Bird discusses the UK underclass, and Jenni Murray looks at the week in politics. Plus, the country's shopping obsession. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Andrew Neil
Participant:
Michael Portillo
Participant:
Diane Abbott

Regional Variations (2)

Select Committees: the work of committees set up to investigate aspects of public policy and society

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Select Committees

Ofsted Committee

Duration: 5 hours

on BBC Parliament

Recorded coverage of the Children, Schools and Families Committee's session looking into the work of education regulator Ofsted, from Wednesday 10 December.

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Daily Politics: Andrew Neil presents the political stories of the day

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Daily Politics

12/12/2008

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Parliament

Anita Anand is joined by John Prescott, Mail columnist Peter Hitchens and Chukka Umunna from political think tank Compass. Anne Alexander reports on Manchester's C-charge ballot. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Anita Anand

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More