Sunday Politics

Sunday shows round-up: David Davis says a leadership contest would be catastrophic for Brexit talks

25 June 2017 18:11

David Davis – Leadership contest would be ‘catastrophic’ for Brexit negotiations After a tough few weeks for Theresa May, and…

Sunday political interviews round-up: Carswell, Farage, Rudd and Corbyn

26 March 2017 17:48

Douglas Carswell: Why I won’t call a by-election On the Sunday Politics, the Clacton MP said: ‘I’m not submitting myself…

Watch: Louise Mensch’s disastrous Sunday Politics interview

12 March 2017 19:28

Since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, few critics have been more persistent than Louise Mensch. The…

Watch: Andrew Neil grills Max Mosley over Impress funding

15 January 2017 12:33

With the deadline for the government’s public consultation on press regulation now passed, Karen Bradley must decide whether or not to trigger…

Nick Clegg loses his enthusiasm for a Lib Dem rebrand

4 December 2016 14:36

In 2011, when the Liberal Democrats’ poll ratings had fallen to 10 per cent, Nick Clegg ordered a rebranding exercise, even looking at…

Watch: James McGrory’s car-crash interview on Sunday Politics

20 November 2016 13:14

Oh dear. Today James McGrory of Open Britain appeared on Sunday Politics to explain why exactly the group are campaigning for Britain…

Watch: Tristram Hunt feels the heat over the EU on Sunday Politics

18 April 2016 9:13

With the outcome of the EU referendum predicted to be on a ‘knife edge’, there are growing concerns that David…

SNP politician tries to re-do live interview

1 November 2015 12:33

Oh dear. The SNP are so powerful in Scotland at the moment that some of the party’s elected representatives might be…

Twelve disagreements Charlie Falconer has with his party leadership

20 September 2015 16:48

Charlie Falconer is one of the few figures closely associated with Blairism serving in Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet, which isn’t surprising…

Arthur Scargill: Jeremy Corbyn isn’t left wing enough

20 September 2015 15:26

Ahead of the Labour leadership election result, David Cameron warned that Jeremy Corbyn would take Britain back ‘to the days…

Five things we learnt from the Sunday Politics Labour leadership hustings

19 July 2015 14:14

The four Labour leadership contenders took part in another televised hustings today, this time chaired by Andrew Neil on the Sunday…

Labour leadership bingo: your guide to the leadership debate

19 July 2015 10:42

Yes, it’s a sunny Sunday – but for Tories, it will be a lot sunnier after watching the Labour Party…

Farage wants to learn American campaigning techniques — just weeks after lambasting them

1 March 2015 13:45

Was Nigel Farage ‘absent on the job’ this week, addressing a conference in America instead of focusing on the immigration figures and…

Tory MP accepts donation from banker who used same tax avoidance scheme as Jimmy Carr

16 February 2015 13:19

With the Tories currently getting flak for holding a ball for the party’s super rich donors in the same week queries were raised…

Watch: Natalie Bennett demonstrates how Green policies don’t add up

25 January 2015 17:37

Do the Green Party’s policies stack up? Although its membership and prominence have rocketed in recent weeks, little focus has been put on what…

Philip Hammond: a very Eurosceptic Foreign Secretary

14 July 2014 23:55

Philip Hammond’s promotion to Foreign Secretary means that we now have a Foreign Secretary who is on the record as…

Nigel Farage ties himself in knots over Ukip manifesto — again

11 May 2014 21:00

Ukip may be sailing towards first place in the European elections, but Nigel Farage unwittingly revealed today how the party…

Will Maria Miller become a victim of the ten-day rule?

6 April 2014 15:17

Today’s newspapers do not make happy reading for Maria Miller – or David Cameron. After informing the press that it…

Pension reforms are vital to encourage saving. But what about everyone else?

23 March 2014 13:16

‘This reform is about treating people as adults’ — according to the Pensions Minister Steve Webb. The announcement of a…

Nigel Farage and ‘new Ukip’ are running away from disaffected Tories. Why?

16 March 2014 14:00

Who votes Ukip? It’s a question psephologists have been trying to answer for years but Nigel Farage had a clear…

Iain Duncan Smith ties himself into universal knots over welfare reform

9 March 2014 13:50

Will Universal Credit ever become universal and will the lowest paid still face an effective tax rate of a sometimes…

Does Tristram Hunt think that choice in education should be only for the rich?

2 March 2014 13:48

At last – Labour has made its intentions over education clear. Throughout his interview on the Sunday Politics today, Tristram…

An inconvenient interview: Andrew Neil defends his grilling of Ed Davey

22 July 2013 17:49

Andrew Neil’s interview on Sunday Politics the other week triggered much reaction – and protest from those who do not believe…

‘What’s more important obeying a Brussels directive or keeping the lights on?’

30 June 2013 12:44

Andrew Neil’s interview of Michael Fallon on The Sunday Politics was a reminder of just how much of UK energy…

Why is it only the right that get angry about how state schools fail the poor?

23 June 2013 12:38

Does it matter if the poor are given a bad eduction? Christine Blower, head of the National Union of Teachers,…