Daily Politics is a British television show launched by the BBC in 2003 and presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. The programme takes an in-depth look at the daily goings on in Westminster and other areas across Britain and the world, and includes interviews with leading politicians and political commentators.
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... joined the BBC Two weekday political programme Daily Politics in 2008, presenting the show alongside Andrew Neil on Thursdays ... On 5 May 2010 she joined Neil to present the final Daily Politics election debate, The Trust in Politics Debate, before the 2010 general election ...
... Daily Politics is produced at the BBC's Millbank studios across the road from the Palace of Westminster but despite this convenient location it is ...
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