Baroness Angela Harris recalls with Marcus Papadopoulos her time spent helping to establish a Liberal presence in North Yorkshire’s Richmond and discusses how effective the business of the House of Lords is and the role of the Industry and Parliament Trust
Peter Riddell, Director of the Institute for Government, discusses exclusively with Marcus Papadopoulos the urgent need for reform of the Civil Service in light of the continuing austerity measures and how this will not only improve the effectiveness of government but will also benefit the public.
Martin McGuinness, deputy First Minister of the Stormont Executive, speaks exclusively to Marcus Papadopoulos about Northern Ireland fourteen years on from the Good Friday Agreement and discusses the steps underway to invigorate the region economically and culturally.
To gain an insight into bullying, its effects and what can be done to tackle it, Marcus Papadopoulos speaks to Mark Feehily, one of the lead singers of the Irish pop group Westlife and an ambassador of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
To gain an insight into bullying, its effects and what can be done to tackle it, Marcus Papadopoulos speaks to Barry Sheerman, former chairman of the Select Committee for Children, Schools and Families and currently chairman of the Skills Commission and MP for Huddersfield.
Quentin Letts, arguably the UK’s best-known and most provocative sketchwriter, talks exclusively to Politics First’s Marcus Papadopoulos about the new landscape in politics and journalism and how he rates those sitting on Parliament’s frontbenches.