Daily Politics is broadcast live on weekdays on BBC Two when the House of Commons is sitting. The programme is broadcast at noon and lasts 60 minutes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays the programme lasts for 90 minutes from 11:30 am and includes live coverage and analysis of Prime Minister's Questions. Each show is repeated on BBC Parliament at midnight on the same day, and is available on the BBC iPlayer for seven days. During the party conference season the Daily Politics has an additional programme to cover the leaders' speeches in the afternoon. The Daily Politics team also produces a conference highlights programme called Today at Conference which goes out after Newsnight on BBC Two. During the 2010 General Election, BBC Two ran nine, 45-minute Daily Politics Election Debates. These programmes were presented by Andrew Neil and a specialist BBC correspondent.
There is also a Northern Ireland version of the Daily Politics broadcast as the Daily Politics from Northern Ireland to cover Northern Ireland Ministers Questions from Westminster opting out of the national programme for the first half hour before Prime Minister's Questions on a Wednesday.
- Editor: Robbie Gibb
- Presenters: Andrew Neil (Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays) and Jo Coburn (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
- Political correspondents: Giles Dilnot, Adam Fleming, David Thompson, Susana Mendonca
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