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Today in Parliament Podcast

Today in Parliament Podcast

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News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament.


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27/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Thu, Apr 27, 2017


Susan Hulme and Mark D'Arcy report from Westminster on the last day of this Parliament ahead of the General Election in June. Labour presses the Brexit Secretary on the status of EU nationals, the Government admits that it made a mistake over the number of local authority places available for child refugees, a special discussion with MPs reflecting on the last two years, and the ceremony of prorogation. Editor: Rachel Byrne.

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26/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Wed, Apr 26, 2017


Sean Curran reports from Westminster on the final Prime Minister's Questions before the general election and a discussion about the issue of data protection.

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25/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Tue, Apr 25, 2017


Joanna Shinn reports from Westminster as ministers face calls for more action to tackle the use of the synthetic drug Spice and MPs raise concerns over Post Office closures. Peers call for greater limits on the short-term sub-letting of their properties and an MP urges a cap on bank charges.

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24/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Mon, Apr 24, 2017


Sean Curran reports from Westminster where the Government defends its decision to delay publicaton of its plans to tackle air pollution until after the general election. The Environment Secretary says it would "not be appropriate" to release its plan during the campaign. Labour accuses the Government of using the election as an excuse. MPs approve legislation that will allow the political parties in Northern Ireland more time to reach agreement on the creation of a new power-sharing executive.

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21/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Fri, Apr 21, 2017


Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.

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20/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Thu, Apr 20, 2017


Sean Curran reports from Westminster where as MPs prepare for the election Theresa May is accused of "dithering" and there are more calls for her to take part in televised debates. Labour MPs raise concerns over rising food prices, there is cross-party condemnation of a campaign of persecution against gay men in Chechnya and calls for rise in the pensions of UK citizens living abroad.

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19/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Wed, Apr 19, 2017


Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as the House of Commons backs the Prime Minister's call for a snap general election. Full coverage of what is now likely to be the last but one Prime Minister's Question time before the campaign starts, plus the debate to enable THeresa May to hold the poll on June the 8th. Also in the programme: the diesel vehicle scrappage scheme, and spaceflight. Editor: Rachel Byrne.

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18/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Tue, Apr 18, 2017


Opposition MPs accuse Theresa May of 'opportunism' in her surprise announcement of a June General Election. Sean Curran reports on a dramatic series of events at Westminster. Also on the programme: * The Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tells MPs he supports American military action against the Assad regime in Syria. * Labour accuses the Chancellor Philip Hammond of letting public services go to ruin because of financial cutbacks. * What will be the impact of Brexit on the UK's creative industries? * Are England's parish councils in need of a shake-up?

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06/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Thu, Apr 06, 2017


Sean Curran reports from Westminster.

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05/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Wed, Apr 05, 2017


Susan Hulme reports from Westminster on reaction in the House of Lords to the chemical deaths in Syria. Also in the programme: the Government is defeated over part of a bill aimed at curbing the cost of medicines in England's NHS; Peers investigate what will happen to the European Arrest Warrant after Brexit; and the link between financial worries and relationship problems. Editor: Rachel Byrne.

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04/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Tue, Apr 04, 2017


TIP: Peers debate the fate of EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit. At Lords Question Time - should actors be speaking more clearly in BBC Drama? And ministers are asked about the waiting times for patients wishing to leave hospital. Sean Curran reports from Westminster.

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03/04/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Mon, Apr 03, 2017


Susan Hulme reports from Westminster, where Peers express dismay over recent comments about Gibraltar.

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31/03/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Fri, Mar 31, 2017


Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.

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30/03/2017

Author: BBC Radio 4
Thu, Mar 30, 2017


Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as the government sets out its plans for a great repeal bill.

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