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In this collection, views and perspectives by various political dignitaries, including Lord Mandelson, Gordon Brown and the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke.

Latest Episodes

The Tory fight back? - audio

Theresa May MP, tells the UON Podcast about the implications for Parliament of the Damian Greene arrest and why the Conservatives are well on track. Ms. May was at the University recently to address students.

10 min2010 APR 30
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The Tory fight back? - audio

Influencing government - audio

Do backbenchers actually influence government policy? Dr Nick Palmer MP explains what life is like on the back-bench and how students can embark on a Parliamentary career.

14 min2010 APR 30
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Influencing government - audio

Making a difference - audio

In this interview Vernon Coaker MP, Minister of State for Policing, Security & Crime talks about how local and national politics do have a real impact on people's lives. Mr Coaker was speaking at the Centre for British Politics' Seminar Series.

8 min2010 APR 30
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Making a difference - audio

The manifesto - audio

University of Nottingham alumnus and Member of Parliament for Sherwood, Paddy Tipping, talks about his role in drafting the Labour Party manifesto. Mr Tipping was at the University to speak in the Centre for British Politics' Seminar Series.

13 min2010 APR 30
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The manifesto - audio

Who are the Greens? - audio

The latest speaker in the Centre for British Politics' practitioner series was Paul Anderson from the Green Party. He poses the question: who are the Greens?

9 min2010 APR 30
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Who are the Greens? - audio

Rebuilding Parliament - audio

In this Election 2010 podcast we speak to the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke about plans to reform parliament and why the election may set those plans back

9 min2010 APR 30
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Rebuilding Parliament - audio

Parliament: hung drawn and quartered? - audio

We hear from Lord David Owen on why a hung parliament would be a good thing for the UK and why he's concerned that politicians are not being fully honest about the extent of the economic crisis.

15 min2010 APR 30
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Parliament: hung drawn and quartered? - audio
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Latest Episodes

The Tory fight back? - audio

Theresa May MP, tells the UON Podcast about the implications for Parliament of the Damian Greene arrest and why the Conservatives are well on track. Ms. May was at the University recently to address students.

10 min2010 APR 30
Comments
The Tory fight back? - audio

Influencing government - audio

Do backbenchers actually influence government policy? Dr Nick Palmer MP explains what life is like on the back-bench and how students can embark on a Parliamentary career.

14 min2010 APR 30
Comments
Influencing government - audio

Making a difference - audio

In this interview Vernon Coaker MP, Minister of State for Policing, Security & Crime talks about how local and national politics do have a real impact on people's lives. Mr Coaker was speaking at the Centre for British Politics' Seminar Series.

8 min2010 APR 30
Comments
Making a difference - audio

The manifesto - audio

University of Nottingham alumnus and Member of Parliament for Sherwood, Paddy Tipping, talks about his role in drafting the Labour Party manifesto. Mr Tipping was at the University to speak in the Centre for British Politics' Seminar Series.

13 min2010 APR 30
Comments
The manifesto - audio

Who are the Greens? - audio

The latest speaker in the Centre for British Politics' practitioner series was Paul Anderson from the Green Party. He poses the question: who are the Greens?

9 min2010 APR 30
Comments
Who are the Greens? - audio

Rebuilding Parliament - audio

In this Election 2010 podcast we speak to the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke about plans to reform parliament and why the election may set those plans back

9 min2010 APR 30
Comments
Rebuilding Parliament - audio

Parliament: hung drawn and quartered? - audio

We hear from Lord David Owen on why a hung parliament would be a good thing for the UK and why he's concerned that politicians are not being fully honest about the extent of the economic crisis.

15 min2010 APR 30
Comments
Parliament: hung drawn and quartered? - audio
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