Tonight with Andrew Marr

Tonight with Andrew Marr

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Tonight With Andrew Marr is LBC's flagship show covering all things Westminster and beyond. After years of impartiality, Andrew is finding his voice and passing judgement on the biggest issues of the day. Andrew uses his unparalleled level of experience to bring you the sharpest analysis and hardest hitting interviews with the most influential people of the political world. Listen now and subscribe.

Episodes

Keir Starmer Hosts European Political Conference at Blenheim Palace

Andrew Marr speaks to Former High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Baroness Cathy Ashton, about what new relationship Keir Starmer can forge with Europe now in government.
18/07/2452m 15s

King's Speech Sets Out 40 Bills Under Labour Government

Andrew Marr interviews Darren Jones MP, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury on the new bills set out in the King's speech and why it missed out the two child benefit cap. He also speaks to the Children's Commissioner, Rachel De Souza, about "ghost children" missing from schools.
17/07/2453m 9s

Does JD Vance spell disaster for Ukraine?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks with Defence Secretary John Healey to get his reaction to comments made by Donald Trump's newly-appointed right-hand man, JD Vance, who described the UK as an 'Islamist state'. He also speaks with the Westminster Leader for Plaid Cymru, Liz Saville-Roberts, after Wales' First Minister Vaughan Gething announced his resignation, just four months after taking the job.
16/07/2451m 53s

How will the attack on Trump reshape politics?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks to American pollster Frank Luntz about how the attempted assassination of Donald Trump sets a new tone for the US election while bringing greater challenges for the Democrats in this election. He also speaks with Joe Walsh, former Republican Congressman for Illinois, who warns Andrew about the consequences of a re-elected, "unchained" Donald Trump.
15/07/2452m 7s

Exclusive: Jonathan Ashworth Gives First Broadcast Interview Since Being Unseated

The former Labour MP Jonathan Ashworth gives his first interview to Andrew Marr since being unseated by a pro-Palestinian independent candidate.
10/07/2452m 59s

Keir Starmer Heads To Washington D.C. For NATO Summit

Andrew Marr speaks to Jim Townsend who worked at the Pentagon for decades and with NATO about what the US will expect from its European allies at the NATO Summit in Washington D.C.
09/07/2453m 22s

Rachel Reeves Makes First Major Speech As Chancellor

Andrew Marr speaks to Cabinet Secretary for Science Peter Kyle and Rain Newton-Smith, economist and director general of the Confederation of British Industry, about the economic outlook under Labour and what they must deliver on.
08/07/2453m 25s

Thousands of Postal Voters Affected By Royal Mail Delays

Andrew Marr speaks to Tom Pursglove, Conservative Minister and Laura Lock, the Deputy Chief Executive of the Association of Electoral Administrators about the thousands of people unsure whether they will be able to vote on Thursday as thousands of constituents say their postal vote has failed to arrive.
02/07/2453m 10s

Are Tory tax messages cutting through?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks with former International Trade Secretary Liam Fox and Shadow Business Secretary Jonathan Reynolds to ask if the Conservatives' warnings of tax rises under Labour, coupled with their pledged tax incentives, are cutting through to the public during this last stretch of the campaign. Andrew also speaks with Tom Baldwin, author of 'Keir Starmer: The Biography' and Josh Glancy, Editor of News Review at The Sunday Times, about whether Keir Starmer is still a mystery to the British public.
01/07/2453m 57s

Can the US election rock global politics?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks with Robby Mook, the campaign manager for Hilary Clinton during her 2016 Presidential election run, about Donald Trump and Joe Biden ahead of the US leaders debate. He also speaks with former Conservative Chair Greg Hands and Shadow Employment Minister Alison McGovern, as he reflects on our own ongoing election campaign - with just a week before the nation heads to polls.
27/06/2451m 38s

Pressure Piles On NHS Amid Junior Doctor Strikes

Andrew Marr speaks to Labour's Wes Streeting, Rachel Clarke and the BMA about a new set of junior doctor strikes amid heatwave warnings. Former Chancellor Phillip Hammond also speaks to Andrew about the latest polling on the Conservative party.
26/06/2451m 40s

Labour Suspends Candidate In Light Of Betting Scandal

Andrew Marr speaks to Ed Davey about what the Liberal Democrats have to offer Britain and to Nadine Dorries former Cabinet Minister about further developments in the Tory Betting Scandal.
25/06/2450m 56s

Is Starmer committed to women's safe spaces?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks with associate editor of the New Statesman Hannah Barnes about Labour's pledge to modernise the process for gender transition. He also speaks with the former Head of Israeli Intelligence Agency, Ami Ayalon, to get his reaction to Benjamin Netanyahu declaring that the intense phase of war with Hamas is about to end’ as he shifts his focus to the Lebanon border.
24/06/2452m 19s

Investors Tell Labour To Borrow More If They Win Election

Andrew Marr speaks to economist Will Hutton about the news that bond market investors say further borrowing from the Labour party will not result in a similar meltdown as Liz Truss's government in 2022. He also speaks to Tim Montgomerie the founder of Conservative Home, Spectator's Fraser Nelson and Christine Jardine of the Liberal Democrats on the developing Tory Betting Scandal.
20/06/2452m 1s

Three Polls Spell Electoral Wipeout For Conservatives

Andrew Marr speaks to Lord Michael Howard and Lord Crisp, former head of the English NHS about Rishi Sunak's phone in with Nick Ferrari and more MRP polls which forecast a terrible result for the Conservative party. He also speaks to General Secretary of UNITE, Labour's biggest union, Sharon Graham on what she makes on Labour delivering on workers' rights.
19/06/2451m 35s

Keir Starmer Says He Will Not "Write Future Budgets"

Andrew Marr speaks to former Chief of Communications for Tony Blair Alastair Campbell about Keir Starmer's hour long phone in with Nick Ferrari.
18/06/2451m 16s

Reform UK Launch Their Manifesto

Andrew Marr speaks to Chairman of Reform UK Richard Tice about his party's manifesto on climate change and managing asylum seekers crossing the channel.
17/06/2450m 59s

Labour Announce Their Manifesto

Andrew Marr speaks to the leader of the Labour Party Keir Starmer about their manifesto launch, whether there should be a new deal with the EU and dealing with misbehaviour of MPs.
13/06/2451m 47s

Voter Trust At Record Low

Andrew Marr speaks to former Conservative MP Charles Walker about Andrea Jenkyns decision to put Nigel Farage on her leaflets in her constituency. He also speaks to Labour's Wes Streeting about the latest polling and the Sky News debate this evening.
12/06/2450m 4s

President Macron Declares Snap Election

Andrew Marr speaks to French journalist Agnes Poirier and James Cleverly about European politics and Nigel Farage's comments regarding Rishi Sunak's patriotism and whether it was a dog whistle.
10/06/2451m 18s

D-Day: 80th Anniversary

Andrew Marr speaks to Dan Snow and Sabrina Singh, Deputy Press Secretary at the Pentagon, joining us from Washington DC about D-Day and the sacrifice British soldiers made during the Second World War.
06/06/2448m 30s

Nigel Farage Pledges to Be A "Bloody Nuisance"

Andrew Marr speaks to Labour's Wes Streeting, the Conservatives' Chris Philp and former head of Channel 4 Dorothy Byrne about the head to head debate between Keir Starmer and Rishi Sunak, as well as Nigel Farage's day in Clacton-On-Sea. He also speaks to former Director of Communications for Boris Johnson, Guto Harri and Theo Bertram, former advisor to Gordon Brown and Tony Blair about what they would do to prepare the Prime Ministers before television debates.
04/06/2452m 34s

Nigel Farage Is Back

Andrew Marr speaks to Minister Grant Shapps about the threat of Reform UK to the Conservative Party in the election as Nigel Farage announces he is leader of the party and is standing in Clacton-On-Sea.
03/06/2451m 53s

Labour & Conservatives Rule Out VAT Rise

Andrew Marr speaks to celebrated epidemiologist Professor Sir Michael Marmot about both parties ruling out tax rises and a promise by the Conservative party of further cuts to public spending if they return to government.
30/05/2452m 33s

Labour In Turmoil Over Diane Abbott

Labour wrangles with messaging after conflicting reports about the future of MP Diane Abbott who says she was 'dismayed' at the suggestion that she was being banned from running at the next election. On the Conservative side, there are calls for Sunak to deselect Liz Truss after her podcast appearance with a controversial, far right figure.
29/05/2452m 49s

A Hundred Businesses Back Labour on Economy

Andrew Marr speaks to Shadow Secretary to the Treasury Darren Jones about Labour's 100 business owners backing the party on the economy in The Times and the government's Bim Afolami on what he makes of it. He also speaks to Benedict Cumberbatch on his new Netflix series, Eric.
28/05/2451m 17s

Sunak and Starmer Take Election Campaigns To The Country

Andrew Marr speaks to Laura Trott, Chief Secretary to the Treasury & Conservative MP for Sevenoaks about the policies left in limbo by the election campaign. He also interviews Richard Tice, Leader of Reform UK on their threat to the Conservative party and Nick Thomas-Symonds, Shadow Minister and MP for Torfaen about whether Labour would go into a coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
23/05/2451m 18s

The Prime Minister Calls A General Election

Andrew Marr speaks to the Shadow Health Secretary, Wes Streeting about the Prime Minister's decision to call an election. As well as political journalist Michael Crick, pollster Kelly Beaver, Former Director of Downing Street Communications Lee Cain, the New Statesman's Freddie Hayward and the Spectator Editor Fraser Nelson.
22/05/2451m 3s

World Leaders Back Independence of ICC

Alicia Kearns, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, as well as lawyer and former President of the ICC, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, speaks to Andrew about the widespread criticism of the court's decision to issue warrants against Benjamin Netanyahu and the leaders of Hamas.
21/05/2450m 16s

Infected Blood Scandal Rules Nationwide Cover Up

Andrew Marr speaks to one of former pupil at Treloar's College, Richard Warwick, where more than 120 pupils were caught up in the infected blood scandal, resulting in around 93 deaths and Sue Douglas, former Journalist for the Mail on Sunday who was one of the first to break the infected blood scandal story in the 1980s.
20/05/2450m 31s

Labour Unveils Six Pledges

Andrew Marr speaks to Shadow Secretary for Work and Pensions Alice McGovern about the six pledges promised to the public today by Keir Starmer and to former head of GCHQ David Omand about Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin meeting.
16/05/2450m 29s

Review Finds Student Visas Are Not Being Abused

Andrew Marr speaks to former Higher Education Minister and Conservative MP Robert Halfon about proposed changes to graduate visas and how they benefit the UK. He also speaks to MP Miriam Cates about her proposals of bringing lockers for phones into schools to benefit children's education.
14/05/2451m 9s

Rishi Sunak Warns Next Few Years Will Be Most Dangerous In Recent History

Andrew Marr speaks to financier Bill Browder and Ukrainian MP Mariia Mezentseva about Putin's cabinet reshuffle and what it means for the war in eastern Europe. Sir John Hayes MP also tells Andrew his thoughts on a Northern Ireland High Court judge ruling that the Rwanda deportation scheme will not take place in the region.
13/05/2451m 41s

Gaza Protests Spread Across British Universities

Andrew Marr speaks to the head of Universities UK and journalist Peter Hitchens about the Gaza protests on British university campuses. He also speaks to Jill Stein, the incoming Green Party US Presidential Candidate and David Miliband, Former Labour Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs.
09/05/2451m 56s

Social Media Companies To Face New Regulations

As OFCOM introduces a new code for children using social media companies, Andrew Marr speaks to psychologist Jonathan Haidt about whether these rules will go far enough to protect children and to the Cabinet Secretary for Science and Technology, Michelle Donelan.
08/05/2451m 41s

Israel-Gaza Says Ceasefire Proposal Falls Short of Key Demands

Andrew Marr speaks to Senior Correspondent, Columnist for Haaretz & Israel correspondent for The Economist, Anshel Pfeffer about Israel taking control of the Rafah crossing and to Lord David Blunkett about what the local election results mean for Labour.
07/05/2449m 39s

Former Trump National Security Advisor Says UK Should Spend 4% On Defence

General H.R. McMaster who worked under former President Donald Trump from 2017-2018 speaks to Andrew about rising tensions in the Middle East, an Iron Dome Defence System and Vladimir Putin. Andrew Marr is also joined by a reporter in Los Angeles at the UCLA pro-Palestinian protests.
02/05/2450m 0s

Will Tax Cuts Affect Pensions?

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt speaks to Andrew Marr about the further cuts to National Insurance and whether they will be funded by pushing the state pension back to a later age. He also speaks to Richard Tice from Reform UK on the local elections.
01/05/2450m 33s

Food Prices Are Set To Soar With New Brexit Changes

Andrew Marr speaks to former Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, George Eustice about how the Brexit changes may impact farmers. He also speaks to Patrick Harvie from the Scottish Green party on the latest in Scottish politics.
30/04/2451m 36s

Humza Yousaf Resigns

The Scottish Leader of the Labour Party, Anas Sarwar, and Stephen Flynn, the leader of the SNP in the Commons joins Andrew Marr to discuss Humza Yousaf's resignation as leader of the SNP. He is also joined by Carla Denyer, the leader of the Green Party to discuss what the Greens can offer in the local elections.
29/04/2451m 50s

An Iron Dome Defence System

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew Marr speaks to the Chief of the Defence Staff Sir Tony Radakin about NATO and the threat of Russia.
24/04/2451m 36s

Will Defence Spending Ward Off Further Putin Aggression?

Andrew Marr speaks to James Heappey, Former Armed Forces Minister and Conservative MP for Wells about what the Prime Minister's promise of 2.5% of GDP spending on defence by 2030 will do to ward off further aggression from Russia. He also speaks to former leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas, about her new book, Another England and St George's Day.
23/04/2447m 59s

The Rwanda Bill Is Back In The Commons

Tonight, Andrew Marr speaks to three individuals on all sides of the Rwanda bill debate. MP Danny Kruger of the right of the Conservatives who has been pushing for further measures against migrants, Baroness Helena Kennedy KC, a former barrister who describes voting for the bill as voting for a "lie" and Lord Ricketts, one of several individuals who signed an open letter calling for exemption of Afghan interpreters and soldiers from being deported, who fought and worked alongside the British army.
22/04/2451m 16s

Why Aren't We Increasing Defence Spending?

On this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, he speaks to the former Chief of Defence Staff Nick Houghton about Britain's defence spending in spite of rising geopolitical tensions around the world. He also speaks to Andrew O'Hagan, Scottish author of books such as Mayflies about his new novel.
18/04/2451m 25s

Are Brexit Import Changes Going To Inflate Prices Further?

On this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, he speaks to Bim Afolami, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury about the new inflation figures showing it is set to decrease, but trade research shows new costs for EU imports of food may inflate food further. He is also joined by the comedian, actor, author and writer behind Blackadder, Ben Elton, about his new stand up tour Authentic Stupidity.
17/04/2451m 31s

Will Sunak Introduce A Generational Ban on Smoking?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, Sir Jake Berry explains his reasoning for being against the ban on smoking for those born in or after 2009. He is also joined by Alan Johnson, the former Secretary of State for Health under Tony Blair and Love Island star Sharon Gaffka on young people registering to vote for the local elections.
16/04/2451m 14s

Israeli Ambassador says Iran is a threat to Britain

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, Tzipi Hotovely tells Andrew that Iran is a threat to the West and that Israel is a peace loving nation. He also speaks to the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Ed Davey and an artist who was invited to paint Team GB athletes who has pulled out of the Olympics to protest Russia's involvement.
15/04/2451m 1s

Labour's Praise for Boris Johnson

Labour launch their local election campaign on a promise to finish what Boris Johnson started with levelling up. Sir Keir Starmer says the former PM's failure to deliver was 'unforgivable', but the idea itself was 'right'. Andrew speaks to the Chair of the Conservative Party, and the Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting.
28/03/2451m 20s

Are We Falling Out Of Love With The NHS?

A new survey has revealed the lowest ever satisfaction figures with the National Health Service. Just 24% of people said they were satisfied with the health service in 2023, with poor access to GPs and long wait times for hospital treatment the main reasons for dissatisfaction. Are we falling out of love with the NHS - or bad management? Former Health Secretary Lord Lansley and the Journalist and Author Isabel Hardman join to discuss. The natural and broadcaster Ray Mears reacts to the shocking report suggesting 3.6million hours of raw sewage flowed into Britain's rivers and seas last year. Plus an interview with the renowned actor and national treasure Sir Jonathan Pryce.
27/03/2449m 38s

Last Minute Resignations for Sunak

On the last day of parliament before Easter Recess, Sunak is dealt a fresh blow with two shock ministerial resignations. James Heappey and Robert Halfon resign as Minister for Armed Forces and Minister for Skills respectively. Andrew asks - is Rishi Sunak really going to be the Tory leader going into the next election?
26/03/2452m 20s

Chinese Cyber Attacks on MPs

The government today announced that China-affiliated hackers had attempted to steal election data from the Electoral Commission and also targetted British MPs who were critical of their government. But will this threat grow as China's economy and influence grow? Joining to discuss are Stewart McDonald, the SNP MP for Glasgow South who was hacked by a Russian linked group last year, Nigel Inkster, the Former Director of Operations and Intelligence for Mi6, and Victor Gao TBC is a Former Translator to late Chinese leader Deng Xioaping and Vice President of the Centre for China and Globalization.
25/03/2450m 44s

Demographic research shows that low birth rates will lead to Britain dependent on migration until 2100

On this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, Andrew speaks to Angela Madden about the ombudsman's recommendation to the government to give compensation to the WASPI women who lost money due to pension changes. He also speaks to one of Britain's leading demographers about a study that has found Britain will be dependent on migration to maintain the population until the next century.
21/03/2451m 48s

Rwanda Bill Faces Latest Show-Down in The House of Lords

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, he speaks to Hein De Hass and Sir John Hayes about the government's continued push for the Rwanda Bill through the House of Lords.
20/03/2451m 10s

A 'Decade of Renewal'?

Rachel Reeves sets out Labour's economic vision for Britain, comparing the challenge faced by Labour as similar to that faced by Thatcher in 1979.Andrew speaks to Shadow Minister, Nick Thomas Symonds, and economist Mariana Mazzucato.
19/03/2450m 51s

Is Penny Mordaunt the next Prime Minister?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr on LBC, Andrew speaks to Lord Deben about the amendments to the Rwanda bill in the House of Lords and the Conservative party's response to Frank Hester's comments about Diane Abbot. He also speaks to former editor of Conservative Home about a plot to replace Rishi Sunak with Penny Mordaunt.
18/03/2445m 31s

New Extremism Definition Unveiled

Andrew tears into the government's new extremism legislation, saying it's impractical them to 'police thought'. He gets the reaction from the Shadow Home Secretary, Yvette Cooper, and Palestinian Solidarity Campaign Director, Ben Jamal
14/03/2452m 8s

Sunak on the Spot Over Donor Racism Allegations

Rishi Sunak faces a grilling at PMQ's as he insists that the 'remorse' of Tory donor Frank Hester should be accepted by politicians and the public, after alleged racist remarks towards MP Diane Abbott. Andrew speaks to Lord Frost and SNP Westminster Leader Stephen Flynn, who calls for the Speaker to go after not allowing Abbott to contribute to the Commons debate.
13/03/2452m 54s

Tory Racism Row... Again

The Conservative Party have once again, in a matter of just a few weeks, landed themselves in a racism row. Businessman Frank Hester, who has donated £10million to the Tories made some allegedely racist remarks about Labour MP Dianne Abbott. He reportedly told a meeting at his company's headqaurters that "It's like trying not to be racist but you see Diane Abbott on the TV, and you're just like… you just want to hate all black women because she's there. And I don't hate all black women at all, but I think she should be shot." The Conservatives are facing calls to return the money - but will they do it? Lord Simon Woolsey and Conservative MP Marcus Fysh join to discuss. Former Conservative Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries also discusses the prospect of Boris Johnson being deployed across the Red Wall to help with the impending General Election campaign. And Ilya Ponamarev, the Political Leader of the Free Russia Legion, a group of Russian exiles fighting Putin in Ukraine, discusses why his organisation has launched an operation inside Russian territory early today.
12/03/2450m 38s

The First Reform UK MP

The Reform Party have gained their first MP in the House of Commons as former Deputy Chair of the Conservatives, Lee Anderson, confirmed he was defecting. Anderson had the Tory whip removed after comments he made about London Mayor Sadiq Khan, claiming he was being 'controlled by Islamists'.Andrew gets the reaction from Sadiq Khan, and the leader of Reform, Richard Tice.
11/03/2450m 57s

'Conspiracy of Silence' Among the Main Parties

The Institute for Fiscal Studies accuses both the Conservatives and Labour of being dishonest about the economic difficulties facing the UK
07/03/2452m 20s

The Super Tuesday Spring Statement

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled what could possibly be his last budget before a General Election - a budget that many Conservatives hoped would help turn around the fortunes of his party which are trailing behind Labour by around 20 points. Was this a game-changer? Treasury Minister Bim Afolami, Labour National Coordinator Pat McFadden, LBC's Political Editor Natasha Clarke, and Businessman and Philanthropist John Caudwell join to discuss. Donald Trump and Joe Biden look all but set to face each other in November for the Presidential Election as both swept to victory on Super Tuesday in their respective primaries. Former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and Democratic Presidential Candidate and The Young Turks Co-Host Cenk Uygur join to discuss.
06/03/2450m 25s

Tax Cuts or Functioning Public Services?

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt tomorrow will unveil what could be his last budget before the general election. The Treasury briefings to the media suggest there will be a 2p cut to national insurance contributions but nothing on tax cuts since the Office of Budget Responsibility said the headroom for tax cuts was reduced due to lower economic growth. But is this what the public really wants? Or do they just prefer functioning public services as the opinon polls suggest? Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting and Conservative Peer Baroness Nicky Morgan join to discuss.
05/03/2450m 34s

Is the UK Falling Into 'Mob Rule'?

Andrew speaks to the government's Independent Advisor on Political Violence and Disruption about new measures the government are considering to restrict politicians' engagement with groups responsible for 'disruptive' protests. The proposals would call for a 'zero-tolerance approach' to MPs engaging with the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, the organisers of the pro-Palestine marches across the capital.
04/03/2451m 32s

Everard's Killer Should 'Never Have Been a Police Officer'

A scathing report exposes three police forces for missing 'red flags' around Wayne Couzens, who went on to rape and murder Sarah Everard. Andrew reflects on how pivotal the Everard case was for shining a light on violence against women and girls in the UK.
29/02/2451m 7s

Chancellor Reject Calls To Increase Defence Spending

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has rejected calls to increase defence spending from military chiefs concerned about the prospect of further Russian agression in Europe following Putin's invasion of Ukriane. Shadow Defence Secretary John Healey and the German Ambassador to the UK Miguel Berger join the programme. And concerned head teacher from Manchester shares experiences from his school following a report showing that 1 in 4 young children are starting primary school without...basic potty training.
28/02/2449m 23s

The Post Office Chair Insists He Was Forced to Delay Payments

Andrew Marr speaks to John Vine the former head of Borders about David Neal's appearance in front of the Home Affairs Committee and Labour's Jonathan Reynolds about making the British economy competitive outside of the EU.
27/02/2452m 8s

Tory MPs believe that Lee Anderson's suspension was a mistake

Andrew Marr speaks to Brendan Cox and Naveed Asghar Rana about accusations of Islamophobia in the Conservative party, as well as the former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk as President Macron calls for Europe's allies to meet to garner military support.
26/02/2451m 18s

Is the Speaker's Position Untenable?

At the time of broadcast it was reported that 67 MPs had signed a letter of no-confidence in the House of Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle. He apologised for breaking precedent and allowing MPs to vote on a Labour amendment during what was supposed to be an SNP-led opposition day debate. He apologised and claimed he was doing this to protect and safeguard MPs. Consercative MP Mark Francois and LAbour MP Nick Thomas
22/02/2449m 59s

Parliament Descends into Chaos over Gaza Vote

A row breaks out in the Commons after a controversial decision from the Speaker, allowing a Labour amendment to be voted on over an SNP motion on a ceasefire in Gaza. Andrew speaks to representatives of the main parties to set out their stance, and gets the exclusive reaction from the Palestinian Ambassador to the UK.
21/02/2452m 23s

Labour Shift their Ceasefire Stance

Labour have officially changed their stance on the Middle East conflict, calling for an 'immediate ceasefire' in Gaza for the first time. This comes ahead of a Commons vote tomorrow which risked one of the biggest rebellions against Starmer since he became party leader.
20/02/2452m 9s

Was Alexei Navalny the last bastion of hope for Russian democracy?

In this episode of Tonight with Andrew Marr, Andrew speaks to former BBC Moscow Correspondent, Martin Sixsmith about what the death of Alexei Navalny means for the West and Russia. He also speaks to author and psychologist Mary Trump about her uncle, Donald Trump.
19/02/2451m 38s

The UK is in Recession

On the day that it was confirmed Britain fell into recession in 2023, Andrew focuses on the three main issues facing voters. The Economy, the NHS, and immigration.
15/02/2452m 14s

Lord Cameron Likens Russia to the Nazis

The Foreign Secretary issues a stark warning for the US to continue supporting Ukraine in their war against Russia, telling them not to show 'the weakness displayed against Hitler' in the run up to the Second World War.
14/02/2452m 8s

2nd Labour Parliamentary Candidate Suspended

A second Labour Parliamentary candidate was suspended following anti-Israel remarks made during the same meeting where another now-suspended candidate Azhar Ali made antisemetic comments. Graham Jones, the Labour Party's prospetive parliamentary candidate for Hyndburn, was recorded saying “fucking Israel and saying that Britons who fight for the Israel Defense Forces should be “locked up”. Martin Forde KC, the author of the Forde Report on the Labour Party's factionalism, racism and sexism joins the show along with Labour National Executive Committee member Nish Rahman.
13/02/2450m 24s

A Difficult Week for the PM and LOTO

The Prime Minister and Labour leader are facing crises this week as No.10 worries about a possible recession and by-election defeat, and Starmer deals with an antisemitism row within his own party.
12/02/2451m 41s

Gordon Brown says Labour dropping the 28 billion pound green pledge is the right decision

Andrew Marr speaks to former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown about Labour's economic policy and whether Rishi Sunak should apologise for his comments about trans people. He also speaks to former Chancellor Phillip Hammond about how he thinks that the Conservatives' focus on immigration is a mistake.
08/02/2450m 55s

Rishi Sunak refuses to apologise after remarks in PMQs

Andrew is joined by Financial Secretary to the treasury Laura Trott to discuss the comments Rishi Sunak made about trans people in front of the mother of murdered trans teenager Brianna Ghey in parliament. He also discusses sewage in the sea with Feargal Sharkey and to Hank Sheinkopf about Joe Biden's viability as President.
07/02/2450m 21s

New Tory Faction Just Dropped

The Popular Conservatives; A new, shiny, Tory faction launched today with the Former Prime Minister Liz Truss taking centre-stage at the launch event in Westminster. They railed against the nanny-state and institutions holding the country back, promised to curb immigraiton, and claimed they were supported by the silent majority. But is it a credible and serious organisation or yet another indicator of the Balkanisation of Conservative Party? Former Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries and The News Agent's Lewis Goodall joins the programme. We also discuss whether or not it's time for Europe - or the EU - to build an army and co-develop nuclear weapons amongst the 27 member states with Manfred Weber, a leading German MEP who is also President of the European People's Party, the largest grouping of MEP's in the European Parliament. And an exclusive interview with the Conservative MP Sir Bob Neil on why he is stepping down at the next general election and what advice he has for his party.
06/02/2451m 5s

King Diagnosed with Cancer

Buckingham Palace announces that King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer and will postpone his public facing duties. Andrew is joined by the former butler to King Charles and other royal experts to report on the news.
05/02/2448m 58s

Minister Resigns Amid Death Threats

Justice Minister Mike Freer is stepping away from frontline politics after multiple threats to his life - revealing he avoided a previous murder attempt 'by the skin of his teeth'
01/02/2451m 12s

Is there any room for further tax cuts?

Andrew Marr speaks to Jonathan Gullis and David Davis about the new Northern Ireland deal and IMF's warnings not to cut any further taxes plus George Monbiot explains why farmers are being exploited by the far right.
31/01/2450m 52s

Lord Cameron and the Future for Palestine

Foreign Secretary, Lord David Cameron, puts himself at odds with Netenyahu as he suggests the UK is considering a state for the Palestinian people after the war in Gaza has come to an end. Andrew gets the exclusive reaction from the Palestinian Ambassador to the UK
31/01/2451m 27s

Are We On The Verge of World War Three?

Andrew Marr speaks to former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the United States about the rising in tensions in the Middle East after Houthi Rebels kill three American soldiers and Biden is urged to punish Iran.
29/01/2450m 19s

What if a Labour Government Has No Money?

The government today announced a ban on zombie knives - but is this going to solve the problem entirely when youth centres and services have been cut. Labour have announced a £100million plan to bring together youth services under one hub which they'd implement when they get into the power. But, overshadowing all of this is the spring budget - the Institute for Fiscal studies published a report suggesting whoever wins the election will inherit the worst government finances in 70 years, especially if they Chancellor decides to cut taxes in the budget. So, what can Labour actually do? We speak to Yvette Cooper, the Shadow Home Secretary, LBC Political Editor Natasha Clark and the IFS Director Paul Johnson.
25/01/2450m 5s

Tories Heading for Electoral "Massacre"

Senior Conservative MP Simon Clarke has warned that the party is heading for a political "iceberg" with Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister, Andrew speaks to Greg Hands and Miriam Cates about unity in the party.
24/01/2453m 37s

Double Your Income To Escape Poverty

A new report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation says that to escape poverty in Britain you would need to double your income. Shadow Education Secretary Bridget Philipson joins the programme. And an exclusive interview with the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak who yesterday called on the current Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign.
23/01/2450m 8s

Netanyahu Rejects 2-State Solution

The Israeli Prime Minister over the weekend has rejected calls for a 2-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a means of ensuring long-term peace and bringing decades of conflict to an end. The Israeli Foreign Minister also suggested to European Union officials that Israel could build an artificial island in the mediterranean to relocate Gazans too after the war. Senior Adviser to the Israeli Prime Minsiter Mark Regev joins the programme.
22/01/2450m 1s

Rishi Sunak's Warning to the Lords

The Prime Minister faces another hurdle in delivering his flagship Rwanda legislation. But how long could it take to get through?
18/01/2451m 8s

Sunak Faces Crunch Rwanda Vote

Sunak faces down rebels in his own party threatening to vote down his flagship Rwanda migration legislation
17/01/2451m 59s

Exclusive Interview with the Russian Ambassador

As we approach the second anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Andrew sits down with the Russian Ambassador to the UK, Andrey Kelin
16/01/2451m 18s

Shapps Warns World Is In Pre-War Phase

The Defence Secretary has warned that the world is in a pre-war phase - that conflict could erupt within 5 years between the West on one side and China, Iran and North Korea on the other. The warning comes days after the UK and US hit Houthi targets in Yemen in response to attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea. Are we at risk of a wider war? Defence Procurement Minister James Cartlidge MP & Dr. Richard Haass President Emeritus at the Council for Foreign Relations join the programme. The Labour MP Jess Phillips discusses the latest revelations about the failures of Greater Manchester Police in responding to and handling off the child sexual offences in the Greater Manchester Area. And Sir Tim Martin, Chairman of Wetherspoons on why he thinks Dry January is becoming a cult.
15/01/2449m 54s

How a Trump Win Could Change the World

How could a Trump 2024 Presidential win impact the UK and the world? The race for the US Republican nomination heats up with Nikki Haley emerging as Trump's main competition, but the former President still dominates in the polls
11/01/2450m 39s

Victims of Post Office Scandal Will Be Exonerated

The government announced plans today to exonerate victims of the Post Office Scandal. But why are the taxpayers bearing the cost rather than Fujitsu, the company the who developed the faulty Horizon software that caused all of this? The Justice Secretary Alex Chalk joins the programme. The Former Permanent Secretary at the Foreign Office, Lord Simon McDonald, shares his thoughts on Britain's place in the world - and how the UK and NATO will be impacted if Donald Trump wins the Presidential Election in November. The founder of Ecotricity Dale Vince responds to reports that the Labour Party will downgrade their £28bn green investment plans from a target to an 'ambition'.
10/01/2450m 38s

Lord Cameron Worried Israel May Have Broken International Law

The Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron told the foreign affairs select committee that he was worried Israel may have broken international law during it's ongoing military operation in Gaza. Senior Adviser to the Israeli Prime Minister Mark Regev and The Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Alicia Kearns MP join the show. The actor Peter Capaldi, who plays Malcolm Tucker in 'The Thick of It' tv series, discusses his latest role, acting and politics.
09/01/2449m 32s

The Post Office Scandal

The Post Office Scandal, described as the biggest miscarriage of justice in British History, grips the country and Westminster after ITV's drama 'Mr Bates vs. the Post Office'
08/01/2450m 30s

COP28: Historic Achievement or Historic Failure?

The world agreed to 'transition' away from fossil fuels at the conclusion of the COP28 summit in Dubai. The COP28 President hailed it as 'historic' but many countries, particularly the micro-island states across the world - those at existential risk from climate change - are worried that the deal contains many loopholes that will allow countries to continue pumping and ramping up production of fossil fuels. How will we remember this COP28 - as a historic achievement, or a historic failure at just the moment when we needed wide-spread, robust and ambitious action. The President of COP26 - and Conservative MP - Sir Alok Sharma joins the programme. The National treasure, the Comedian Dawn French on whether comedy can go too far and be offensive - and what she thinks of posh people. And the Advocacy Director at the Free Russia Foundation - and wife of a jailed Russian opposition Journalist - Evgenia Kara-Murza discusses Putin's 4 hour Q&A session.
14/12/2351m 56s

Starmer Attacks Sunak on House Building

The Prime Minister made it through last night's migration vote, but the Opposition now accuse the government of neglecting more pressing issues while being caught up with Rwanda.
13/12/2350m 35s

Sunak Faces Nail-Biting Migration Vote

The government watches on as MPs gather to vote on their Rwanda migration legislation, as the 'Five Families' of right wing Tory factions confirm they cannot vote for the bill.
12/12/2351m 9s

Playing Chicken With The ERG Over The Rwanda Bill

The European Research Group of Conservative MP's have spoken. They called on the Prime Minister to pull the Rwanda bill and work on new legislation instead because they think that in it's current form, it does not go far enough. As things stands, they may well vote against the government's bill during the second reading tomorrow. Another section of more centrist Conservative MPs - the One Nation Group - will also decide today whether to vote for the government's bill. They may well accept it in it's current form and their concerns are diametrically opposed to the ERG. The PM is going to have to upset one group, but the big question is who will blink first in this game of parliamentary chicken? And what would a defeat in the commons mean for Rishi Sunak's premiership? Joining to discuss is the Conservative MP and former party Chairman David Davis, the former Attorney General Sir Geoffrey Cox, and the former Deputy Prime Minister Sir David Lidington.
11/12/2350m 59s

Key Rwanda Vote Looms

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak defends his Rwanda legislation amid criticisms from the backbenches, including from former Home Secretary Suella Braverman. The Prime Minister faces another big week next week as the first Commons vote on the bill is confirmed for Tuesday.
07/12/2351m 50s

Minister Resigns After New Rwanda Bill Published.

The immigration minister Rober Jenrick resigns from government only a few hours after the government published details on the new Rwanda bill - which was designed to legislate that Rwanda is a safe country in order to ensure the Supreme Court cannot rule against the government's Rwanda migrant deal. Former Supreme Court Judge Lord Sumption and Home Office Minister Laura Farris join the show. The Former Downing Street Chief-of-Staff Jonathan Powell shares his thoughts on Boris Johnson's defence before the covid inquiry.
06/12/2349m 56s

New Rwanda Treaty Signed

The Home Secretary visits Kigali to sign a new treaty that the government claim 'deals with the concerns' expressed by the Supreme Court last month. James Cleverly insists Rwanda have made a 'clear and unambiguous' commitment to the safety of the refugees sent there.
05/12/2351m 37s

Payout for Infected Blood Scandal

MPs are set to debate on the compensation scheme for those affected by the infected blood scandal and it looks increasingly likely the government could be defeated. We're joined by Sunday Times Political Editor Caroline Wheeler and a family member of several victims. The government have announced a 5-point plan to reduce the record net-migration figures. And we'll speak to a man who can fluently speak over 16 languages.
04/12/2350m 56s

Matt Hancock The Fall Guy

The former Health Secretary appeared before the covid inquiry today after weeks of previous atendees putting much of the government's failures on his doorstep. But is he perhaps the fall guy, the scapegoat which is being utilised as a distraction from deeper systemic failures at the heart of government? The renowned climate Professor Michael Mann shares his thoughts on whether we can expect much from a climate summit headed by an oil executive and hosted in a gulf petrostate. And RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch on the end to rail strikes.
30/11/2350m 10s

World Leaders Prepare for COP28

Leaders from around the world will descend on Dubai tomorrow for the UN's Climate Summit. But questions linger around the United Arab Emirates as it was reported they planned to use the summit as a way to strike new deals on oil and gas.
29/11/2350m 15s

Is the Elgin Marbles Row a Distraction?

As the diplomatic row over the Elgin Marbles rolls into the week, it could be helpful in one sense for the Prime Minister by helping provide distraction and some noise to cover from divisions within the Conservative party over immigration. Conservative MP Danny Kruger joins the programme to discuss. And the journalist and author Michela Wrong discusses whether Rwanda is a safe country given her extensive journalistic work and book on the country's history and politics. Also, a March planned for this weekend aims to do what the others have so far not done: mourn for both Palestinians and Israelis, and bring together people of all faiths. Rabbi
28/11/2349m 46s

Cabinet Splits Over Migration Policy

There are reports of disagreements within cabinet after last week's eye watering net migration figures - the Home Secretary has warned against seeing the Rwanda policy as the 'be all and end all' as Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick calls for tougher measures to be introduced
27/11/2351m 29s

Net Migration At Record Levels

Net migration figures for 2022 have been revised upwards - to a record of 745,000 people. Many on the right, including within the Conservative Party, are unhappy with this figure for a variety of reasons. Some suggest this applies pressure to public services such as the NHS and on the availability of housing. Is this an accurate diagnosis of the countries problems? And is it possible for the UK - and perhaps even the Prime Minister's electoral prospects - to sustain these levels of net migration? Conservative MP Miriam Cates and the Shadow Home Secretary and Labour MP Yvette Cooper join to discuss. And an exclusive interview with the former head of MI6 Sir Alex Younger on relations with China, the Israel-Hamas War, and whether he is concerned that the war in the middle east is radicalising young people right here in Britain.
23/11/2350m 52s

Chancellor Unveils his Autumn Statement

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt presents his Autumn Budget to the house with a cut in National Insurance from 12% to 10% - as critics point out the tax burden will be the highest since the Second World War
22/11/2350m 22s

Hamas - Israel Hostage Deal 'Imminent'

Netanyahu summons his war cabinet as signs grow that a deal to release Israeli hostages trapped in Hamas could be struck
21/11/2351m 30s

Biden Believes a US Hostage Deal is 'Near'

The US President answers a question from the press confirming he believes a deal to return Israeli hostages held by Hamas is near, after reports that a 'significant' number of hostages could be released
20/11/2352m 19s

Starmer Faces Resignations Over Gaza Ceasefire

Jess Phillips is among the shadow minister who rebelled against the Labour leadership and resigned their posts over Labour's stance on a ceasefire
16/11/2351m 14s

Rwanda Migrant Plan Ruled Unlawful

The Prime Minister battled through yet another day of unruly Conservative MPs after the Supreme Court ruled the government's plan to send migrants to Rwanda - meaning all flights to the country remain grounded, for now. Many in the Tory right are calling for the government to suspend international treaties and obligations, such as the ECHR and the Refugee convention - one of those is the Conservative MP Jonathan Gullis who joins the programme. The Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick outlines the government's plans to introduce emergency legislation that will acknoledge Rwanda is a safe country to send migrants to. And The Shadow Business Minister Jonathan Reynolds joins the programme to discuss the revolt brewing in the Labour ranks over a ceasefire vote in the commons today.
15/11/2350m 3s

Suella Braverman Attacks Sunak in Scathing Letter

Former Home Secretary Suella Braverman publishes a brutal letter accusing the Prime Minister of lying to her about policy promises before she took office, as the right of the party hit out at the PM after his dramatic reshuffle
14/11/2352m 22s

The Return of David Cameron

Former Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron makes a return to government - as the newly appointed Foreign Secretary - in a huge reshuffle of Rishi Sunak's government. Suella Braverman has been sacked, along with other Conservatives from the right-wing of the party. A long-time critic of both Rishi Sunak and David Cameron, the former Conservative MP Nadine Dorries, joins the programme to share her thoughts on his appointment and on the future of the party.
13/11/2350m 29s

Calls Grow for Home Secretary to be Sacked

PM Rishi Sunak is facing calls to sack Suella Braverman after a controversial article where she accused the police of left-wing bias
09/11/2351m 34s

Is political pressure on police unlawful?

The PM has accepted that the protests planned during the Armistice commemerations can take place after meeting with the Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley. But could the political pressure applied on the Commissioner from the Home Secretary be considered unlawful? The former Assistant Met Commissioner Neil Basu believes joins the programme. Mark Regev, the Senior Adviser to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also joins the programme to discuss the long-term strategy of the Israeli government as their forces reach the centre of Gaza city. Plus, Pensions Minister Laura Trott and RMT Secretary General Mick Lynch.
08/11/2349m 1s

The King's Speech

King Charles gives the first ever King's speech in 70 years as he presents Rishi Sunak's government agenda to parliament - while the Home Secretary's comments that homelessness is a 'lifestyle choice' continue to cause problems for the PM
07/11/2352m 27s

Met Police: 'Urgently Reconsider' Palestine Protests

The Met issued a statement urging pro-palestine protestors to 'urgently reconsider' planned marches during the Armistice and Remembrance commemerations this weekend. Should it go ahead? Conservative MP and Former Security Minister Sir John Hayes and Ragad Altikriti, Chair of the Muslim Association of Britain - one of the event organisers - share their thoughts. Big Issue Founder Lord John Bird discusses the the Home Secretary's plans to ban rough sleepers from pitching tents after she labelled homelessness a 'lifestyle choice'. Conservative MP Alicia Kearns also expressed concern that the King's Speech tomorrow will not set out long-awaited plans to ban conversion therapy. And the Legendary American Pollster Frank Luntz analyses the latest polling from America suggesting Trump is leading against the incumbent President Joe Biden in 6 key swing states.
06/11/2350m 31s

UK Economy, The Beatles, and Gaza

The Bank of England have given a 50-50 chance that the UK will enter recession next year as it held interest rates at 5.25%. We'll speak to Sky News Economics Editor Ed Conway and Bloomberg Columnist Merryn Somerset-Webb. The UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories Francesca Albanese discusses the humanitarian crisis in Gaza as the death toll there crosses 9000, including more than 3000 children. And The Beatles have released a new single thanks to help of artificial intelligence.
02/11/2351m 12s

A.I. Could Cause 'Catastrophic Harm'

Rishi Sunak gears up for an interview with Elon Musk tomorrow as he gathers world leaders for the first ever summit on the threats and risks posed by artificial intelligence
01/11/2350m 43s

Dominic Cummings at the Covid Inquiry

Dominic Cummings, the Former Chief Adviser to then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson, was before the covid inquiry today, along with the Former Director of Communications Lee Cain. It was another day highlighting just how disfunction the government were in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.The Shadow Defence Secretary John Healey also joins the programme to discuss Keir Starmer's speech earlier today where he attempted to dial down the simmering tensions within Labour over the party's stance on the Israel-Hamas war.
31/10/2349m 37s

Boris Johnson 'Worst Kind of Leader' During Covid

Former Principal Private Secretary Martin Reynolds appears in front of the Covid inquiry as further damaging WhatsApps come to light about the UK government's handling of the pandemic
30/10/2351m 10s

Israel Stages Limited Ground Raid of Gaza

Israel launches a 'ground based raid' of Gaza which they describe as 'preparation for the next stage of combat'
26/10/2350m 53s

Are We Isolated On The World Stage Over Israel?

Are the UK and the US becoming a little more isolated on the world stage as many nations, particularly from the Global South, call for a ceasefire in Gaza? With hospitals reportedly only providing emergency medical services in Gaza as fuel and power run out, we'll speak to a Doctor on the ground to get an update on the situation.
26/10/2349m 48s

Israel Agrees to Delay Gaza Incursion

Reports this evening suggest that Israel has decided to delay a ground incursion into Gaza until the United States finishing deploying ships, soliders and air defence assetts across the region. But tensions remain high across the region. The Defence Secretary Grant Shapps joins the programme from Saudi Arabia. To discuss if there is any hope for peace or a long-term settlement between Israel and the Palestinians is Professor Izzeldin Abuelaish a Palestinian-Canadian professor born and raised in the Jabalia Refugee camp in the Gaza strip, who He has lost 25 of his relatives since the current conflict began and Hannah Weisfeld, the Director of Yachad, a British Jewish organisation whose primary mission is to work towards a peaceful resolution between Israel and Palestine.And, the astronaut Sir Tim Peake joins the programme and shares his experiences in space - and how close humanity is to establishing a colony on Mars
25/10/2351m 3s

Support Rises for a Ceasefire in Israel & Gaza

70 MPs from eight different parties and the UN General Secretary join the more than three quarters of the population who want a ceasefire in the Middle East
24/10/2351m 7s

Rishi Sunak: 'We Stand with Israel'

The Prime Minister told the house of commons 'We stand with Israel' following a statement earlier this afternoon to MPs. Sunak also revealed to MP's that the UK intellgience services believe the Al-Ahli hospital blast was caused by a missile from 'within Gaza'. And the Israeli military said they believed Hamas were holding 212 hostages in the Gaza Strip. The Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and an Israeli whose 4 family members were kidnapped join the programme. Also the Former BP CEO Lord Browne joins the programme to discuss the climate crisis. He was the first Big Oil executive to aknowledge that climate change and the activities of the fossil fuel industry were related.
23/10/2350m 21s

Sunak Visits Israel

America and the UK urge citizens in Lebanon to leave the country as tensions in the Middle East increase further in the Middle East amid the Israel-Hamas war
19/10/2351m 53s

Biden In Israel Hours After Hospital Explosion.

US President Joe Biden arrived in Israel this morning just mere hours after an explosion at a Gaza hospital killed nearly 500 Palestinians. Biden said it was done by Palestinians, a viewed shared by US intellgience and the IDF. But this was too late to prevent protests across the region as news and speculation spread wildly across social media.
18/10/2349m 28s

Could Iran Join in the Israel-Hamas Conflict?

As President Biden and the Prime Minister prepare to visit Israel, Iran warns Netenyahu that bombardment of Gaza could provoke a response
17/10/2351m 21s

Sunak Confirms Britons Killed and Missing After Hamas Attack

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has confirmed that at least 10 British citizens have been killed and 10 more are missing more than one week on from Hamas' brutal attack on Israel
16/10/2351m 23s

Israel Prepares For Gaza Ground Assault

If Israeli Defense Force does go into Gaza to fight Hamas street by street, they will be entering one of the most dangerous types of war zone in the world - a tightly packed, chaotic urban environment, with tunnels below it and a thousand opportunities for ambush. Think of Stalingrad. Think, indeed, of Warsaw. So among the questions we have to ask today is whether Hamas is luring the Israelis into a trap, from which it will be hard to escape.The Director of Shin Bet Ami Ayalon and Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Alicia Kearns join the programme. Plus, our end of week panel with Sir Max Hastings, the life-long Conservative who now says he is voting for Labour, and Miranda Green, the former UK and World News Editor at the Financial Times.
12/10/2349m 40s

Fears Grow of Escalation In Israel-Hamas Conflict

Andrew speaks to the UK Security Minister, Tom Tugendhat, as the situation in Israel intensifies with reports of 'hostile aircraft' entering the country from Lebanon
11/10/2351m 11s

Ditch 'Dangerous Populists' - Starmer tells Tory Voters

Sir Keir Starmer makes his keynote speech to the 2023 Labour Conference in Liverpool, promising a 'decade of national renewal' under a Labour government
10/10/2350m 25s

Israel-Hamas War and Labour Conference

The Israel-Hamas war spilled over into southern Lebanon this afternoon for a few hours and risks spreading like wildfire across the region. Just how dangerous is the situation for the State of Israel? Former CIA Director John Brennan joins the show. And over in Manchester, at the Labour Party Conference, the Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves gave what could be her best speech yet on the main stage. She set our the Labour Party's economic vision for the country. Discussing this is the RMT General-Secretary Mick Lynch, Economist Mariana Mazzucato, and the Labour Shadow Science Secretary Peter Kyle MP.
09/10/2350m 41s

England has the worst housing

England has the worst housing prospects in all of the developed world. We pay some of the highest rents, have more unsuitable properties than the European average, and the worst prospect to purchase a home.
05/10/2350m 19s

Sunak vows to change the country

The Prime Minister took to the stage on the last day of the Conservative Party conference to say the country needs change, and only the Conservatives can deliver change. He hit back at the 'status quo' of the past 30 years and said politicians needed to stop with the empty rhetoric and get on with delivering policies. He also announced the axing of the northern leg of HS2 - and a Network North project to improve connectivity and transport across the North of England and beyond.
04/10/2350m 22s

Suella Braverman Says 'Racist' Label 'Won't Work'

Suella Braverman takes centre stage at the Conservative Conference, saying the 'racist label won't work' against her in her effort to tackle illegal migration
03/10/2351m 12s

Conservative Party Conference and HS2

HS2 hysteria took over The Conservative Party Conference in Manchester today, after it was reported that the Prime Minister would make a final decision on HS2's northern leg this week. The Conservative West Midlands Mayor Andy Street joins the programme.
02/10/2349m 7s

Parties Prep for Conference Season

With Labour and the Conservatives gearing up for their party conferences, Andrew asks: what on earth can they do to bring a sense of optimism back to the UK?
28/09/2351m 43s

New Oil & Gas Plant Gets the Go-Ahead

Environmental campaigners outraged as the government approves the development of a new oil and gas plant off Shetland
27/09/2351m 6s

LGBTQ+ Discrimination 'Not Enough' to Claim Asylum

Home Secretary Suella Braverman delivers a speech in the US criticising current thresholds for asylum and claims 'multiculturalism has failed'
26/09/2351m 24s

A 'Gross Act of Vandalism' on HS2

The Prime Minister and Chancellor face criticism over their plans to axe the high speed rail route from Birmingham to Manchester
25/09/2351m 19s

The Governor and the Chancellor

The Bank of England held interest rates at 5.25%, ending a run of 14 consecutive rises, and following a surprise drop in the rate of inflation for August. Are we at peak interest rates and will inflationary pressures ease up into the new year? Joining me to discuss is the Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and the Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey.
21/09/2350m 45s

Sunak Redefines Net Zero Policy

The Prime Minister announces major changes to the UK's net zero targets, changing tack on electric cars, oil and gas boilers, and efficiency standards for rented properties, among others
20/09/2351m 27s

Could Doctors be Forced Off Picket Lines?

As the country braces for another round of strike action across the NHS doctors, the government has stumbled across a rather radical solution: they want the legal power to force doctors to return to work during strikes. The Health Secretary Steve Barclay has said the government want to introduce minimum service level to maintain 'necessary and safe service levels' across the NHS - something they are already conducting consultiations for ambulance workers, fire and rescue services and passenger rail workers. One of the UK's most-famous and well-respected medical professionals, Labour Peer Lord Robert Winston joins the programme.
19/09/2350m 48s

Liz Truss Defends Her Economic Record

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss insists she did not crash the British economy, claiming her economic policies just 'weren't fashionable on the London dinner party circuit'
18/09/2351m 3s

Labour Vow 'Smash the Gangs'

The opposition set out their plans to tackle the small boats crisis and seek a deal with the EU in preparation for a Labour government
14/09/2351m 13s

Theresa May Slams Suella Braverman

Former Prime Minister Theresa May joins the programme for an extensive interview, sharing her thoughts on Brexit, John Bercow, Boris Johnson, and the Grenfell disaster. Comedian David Mitchell also joins the programme to discuss the bizarre, cruel, ather odd behaviour of our past Monarchs - and whether there is any cure for our slightly dysfunctional politics.
13/09/2350m 4s

Treasury Questions Pension Triple Lock

The Treasury considers tweaking the pension triple lock rules to save £1bln of taxpayer money in 2024
12/09/2351m 15s

Is China a friend or foe?

Over the weekend a story broke about the arrest of an individual who has allegedly been spying for the Chinese state right here in the heart of Westminster -  in Parliament.If found to be true, the revelations could have a significant impact on British-Chinese relations and spectactularly backfire for Beijing. The revelations have prompted demands to tighten vetting at parliament and called into question our relationship with China just a week after the Foreign Secretary’s Visit. How will the revelations impact our relations with China? Are they a friend or foe? Joining me to discuss is the Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy and Victor Gao, who is a Former translator to the late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and vice president of the Centre for China and globalization. Victor is widely described as a spokesperson for CCP
11/09/2349m 40s

Manhunt Underway for Escaped Terror Suspect

Police launch a UK wide manhunt for Daniel Khalife, a terror suspect who escaped Wandsworth prison while clinging to the bottom of a delivery lorry
07/09/2351m 8s

Five Years of Temporary Classrooms?

LBC discovers that Department of Education officials discussed the possibility of teaching pupils in temporary classrooms for five years as a result of the RAAC concrete crisis
06/09/2351m 29s

Birmingham Council Bankruptcy

Birmingham council has declared bankruptcy following the need to settlement £760 million equal pay dispute.
05/09/2350m 41s

People 'Sat on Their A***s' on School Building Crisis

Parliament returns with a bang as the Education Secretary, Gillian Keegan, accuses people of 'sitting on their a***s' over the school buildings RAAC concrete crisis
04/09/2352m 1s

Tom Hollander On the Rise of Putin

Actor Tom Hollander discusses the rise of Putin and his experience playing Boris Berezovsky in his new play
20/07/2351m 28s

Good News? A £4bn gigafactory and inflation drops.

Two good-ish bits of news today for a change; inflation has fallen more than expected to 7.9% in June and the TATA Group have unveiled plans for a £4bn gigafactory in somerset that's expected to create 4,000 jobs. The inflation figures might mean the Bank of England cuts interest rates in August which would be a huge relief for mortgage holders. The TATA gigafactory announcement was used by the government to try and demonstrate how good the UK was for investment - but the government had to disclose the amount of subsidies they are providing the company to open this factory here. Joining the programme to discuss is the Former Permanent Secretary to the Treasury Lord Nick Macpherson, Minister in the Department of Businesss and Trade Nus Ghani, and the Shadow Business and Industrial Strategy Secretary Jonathan Reynolds.
19/07/2350m 25s

Starmer and Blair - is this New, New Labour?

As Keir Starmer appears on stage with Tony Blair for the first time, are we heading for New Labour, take two? And if so, would that be a good thing for the country?
18/07/2350m 27s

"Mickey Mouse" Degrees

Andrew discusses Rishi Sunak's claims that "young people are being a sold a false dream" when it comes to certain degrees. We also hear about a new Alzheimer's wonder drug.
17/07/2347m 53s

Pay Boost for the Public Sector

Rishi Sunak announces pay hikes for millions of public sector workers including teachers and NHS workers
13/07/2351m 39s

Huw Edwards Named As Suspended BBC Presenter

Huw Edwards is named as the suspended BBC presenter at the centre of this week's crisis at the national broadcaster. The veteran news anchor was named in a statement released by his wife just as the show went on air. She said he was checked into a hospital and suffering from 'serious mental health issues', and apologised for the distress the past few days have had on his colleagues at the BBC. Also on the programme, Security Minister Tom Tugendhat discusses the new National Security Act and the Shadow Defence Secretary Jon Healey shares his thoughts on the latest coming out of the NATO Summit in Vilnius.
12/07/2350m 24s

Mortgage rates, NATO and more revelations in the BBC presenter scandal

Andrew is joined by a stellar panel to explain the latest in the BBC presenter scandal. A former US National Security Advisor tells Andrew why Ukraine joining NATO might prove tricky, and a top economic commentator looks at the latest with mortgage interest rates.
11/07/2348m 42s

BBC in Crisis Mode...again.

Crisis at the BBC yet again following the publication of a story in the Sun which alleged that an unidentified 'top' presenter had been taken off air following claims they had paid more than £35,000 to a young person for inappropriate images. The young person's lawyer this evening claimed that the story was 'rubbish' - adding an unexpected twist to the whole story. And we begin the programme as NATO heads of state prepare for their annual summit - and the big question on everyone's mind; will Ukraine finally get a roadmap to membership of the alliance?
10/07/2349m 40s

Starmer Vows To Break 'Class Ceiling'

The Keir Starmer vowed to shatter the "class ceiling" that limits working class children from succeeding in a speech earlier today where he set out the final plank of his Party's 5 missions for Government.
06/07/2350m 45s

The NHS at 75

On it's 75th birthday the NHS is in full-crisis mode; People are facing year-long waiting lists, patients in corridors for hours unable to get treatments or scans, and the dreaded 8am scramble for the GP, all tell-tale signs of huge problems that currently there appears to be no fix for. The former Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for further private sector involvement, the government have said things will get worse before getting better, and the Labour party blame the Conservative's for 13 years of mismanagement. But how can we fix it? What can we do to ensure the NHS is here for another 75 years? The Chair of the BMA Professor Phillip Banfield and Shadow International Trade Secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds joins the programme.
05/07/2350m 19s

Is Rishi Sunak on track to meet his pledges?

Andrew Marr is joined by a group of experts to determine if the Prime Minister is on track to meet his pledges. And a former Vice President of Twitter tells Andrew whether Mark Zuckerberg's Threads could replace the social media site.
04/07/2348m 36s

Labour Make Big Promises on Education

Pledging to draft in 'super teacher hit squads' and giving new starters a pay incentive to stay in the profession, Labour is making a series of big promises to overhaul the education sector
03/07/2351m 19s

Rwanda Plan Ruled Unflawful

The government's flagship and controversial plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda for processing was ruled unlawful by the Court of Appeal earlier today. The Home Secretary said she would appeal the decision and claimed Rwanda is a safe country. How likely is this to ahead? And is Rwanda a safe country? Labour Peer Baroness Shami Chakrabarti and the Leader of the Rwanda Opposition Victoire Umuhoza join the programme to discuss.
29/06/2350m 14s

UK Net Zero Efforts Failing 'On All Fronts'

The government's own climate watchdog concludes that the UK is failing in all of its net-zero goals
28/06/2352m 26s

Hancock Appears Before the Covid Inquiry

Lorelei King, who lost her husband in a care home in March 2020 and confronted Matt Hancock at the Covid Inquiry, joins Andrew to discuss whether she can ever forgive the former Health Secretary.
27/06/2351m 7s

Wagner Boss Speaks Out After Mutiny

Wagner Boss Yevgeniy Prighozin has broken his silence from an undisclosed location following his coup attempt in Russia over the weekend. The Economist's Russia Editor Arkady Ostrovsky and United Russia MP Evgeniy Popov join the programme. Conservative MP and Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Alicia Kearns shares her thoughts on reports that British Diplomats were preparing for Russia's collapse.
26/06/2350m 43s

Brexit and Interest Rates

The Bank of England raised interest rates for the 13th consecutive time to grapple with persistant and sticky inflation. The decision will alarm borrowers who are likely to see their repayments go up. It has also been with dismay by some Conservative MPs who have accused the Bank of being asleep at the wheel. On the 7th Anniversary of Brexit we discuss the future of Britian's relationship with the EU with Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy and the German Ambassador Miguel Berger.
22/06/2350m 21s

More Immigration To Solve Mortgage Crisis

As the mortgage crisis rumbles on full steam ahead the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond suggests that relaxing immmigration rules could help bring interest rates down.
22/06/2350m 30s

The Chancellor Calls In The Banks

The Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has decided to call in the representatives of the UK's biggest banks as the 'ticking timebomb' mortgage crisis escalates. The average 2-year fixed rate hit 6% yesterday, putting additional pressure on already-squeezed household finances.
20/06/2350m 9s

Mortgage Crisis Deepens

Two-year fixed rate mortgages now face an interest rate of nearly 6% as homeowners grapple with the cost of living
19/06/2352m 27s

Boris Johnson Misled the Commons

The long-awaited Partygate report from the Privileges Committee is published, concluding that the former Prime Minister lied in the Commons, and recommending 90 days suspension if he were still an MP
15/06/2352m 2s

Starmer and Sunak Clash Over Honours

Starmer and Sunak butt heads in Prime Minister's Questions over Boris Johnson's controversial honours list
14/06/2351m 55s

Mervyn King calls Brexit a shambles

In an exclusive interview with the former Bank of England Governor Lord Mervyn King, we discuss why government borrowing costs are higher today than during the disasterous Truss budget. King also suggests the way that Brexit has been a managed is a shambles.And over to Miami, as Donald Trump is summoned to court to be indicted under the Espionage Act after the FBI found over 100 top secret documents at his Mar-a-Lago hotel.
13/06/2348m 40s

Sunak and Johnson at War

Sunak and Johnson trade public blows over his controversial honours list following Johnson's resignation from parliament on Friday
12/06/2351m 49s

Caroline Lucas to quit as MP

The Green Party's only MP - and former Leader - Caroline Lucas has announced she will step down from politics at next General Election. She said she wanted to focus more on fighting the climate crisis. Her decision raises further questions about the inability of Westminster to deliver critical policies.
08/06/2351m 13s

Labour on Track for a Big Election Win

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak heads to America, leaving behind a shaky party after a poll showing Labour would obtain at 140 seat majority at the next election
07/06/2351m 7s

The Prime Minister's adviser says AI could 'kill many humans' within 2 years

A chilling warning from the Prime Minister's AI adviser Matt Clifford: Artificial intelligence could overtake human intelligene and kill many people within just 2 years. The Former Chancellor Sajiv Javid joins the programme to discuss this and how AI could impact the integrity of future elections. The Minister for London and Minister for Technology and the Digital Economy Paul Scully MP also tells us why he is running to be the Mayor of London - and what ideas he will bring to the table.In news that could spell very bad news for the Labour party's prospects in Scotland, Alex Salmond joins the programme to discuss his calls for a pro-independence electoral pact with the SNP, ALBA and the Scottish Greens.
06/06/2349m 56s

Unions Clash with Labour Over the North Sea

Unions criticise Labour over their pledge to not start any new oil and gas projects in the North Sea, saying it will leave people 'devastated'
05/06/2351m 12s

Record High Migration Numbers Released

The ONS publish their net migration figures for 2022, showing a record high of 606,000
25/05/2352m 39s

Overall Inflation drops but food prices remain worryingly high

Inflation remains a pressing issue for both struggling households and the Conservative government. Whilst the overall rate of inflation dropped to 8.7% today, which is 0.5% higher than the Bank of England forecast, food inflation remains worringly high at 19.1%. Financial Secretary to the Treasury Victoria Atkins joins the programme. The Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves says Globalilsation is dead as she outlines a prospecitive Labour more interventionist economic plan she calls 'Securonomics'. Shadow Financial Secretary to The Treasury and Labour MP Pat McFadden shares the details. Legendary Pollster Frank Luntz shares his thoughts on whether or not the culture wars can win elections. And The Chair of the National Churches Trust and former Permanent Secretary to the Home Office Sir Philip Rutnam shares his warnings about the loss of key cultural heritage as its revealed over 900 Churches are at risk of being sold off or closed. He also discusses the recent attacks on the civil service by MPs.
24/05/2353m 45s

Suella Braverman faces fresh ministerial code breach claims

The Home Secretary faces yet another claim that she may have broken the ministerial code, according to The Independent's Lizzie Dearden. Former Cabinet Secretary Lord Gus O'Donnell also joins to discuss the relationship between the ministers and the civil service. An Exclusive interview with the Former CEO of Google Dr Eric Schmidy on Artificial Intelligence - the prospects, dangers and regulation of this sector that is already beggining to revolutionise our lives. And The Great British Bake-Off Judge Dame Prue Leith joins the programme to discuss assisted dying following publication of an open-letter calling for the government to legalise this.
23/05/2351m 12s

Labour announce plans to reform the NHS

Labour Leader Keir Starmer has announced plans today to reform the NHS and pledges to cut heart, cancern and suicide related deaths, Wes Streeting joins the programme to discuss. European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and the Capital Markets Union Mairead McGuinness joins the programme to discuss the UK and EU's post-brexit regulations of the financial sector. And a UK Exclusive with Ilya Ponamarev, the political leader of the Freedom of Russia Legion, the anti-Putin Russian group responsible for today's attack on the Belgorod region.
22/05/2351m 26s

The End of a Shaky Week for Sunak

After two controversial conferences from Tory right factions, and disagreements over housebuilding and migration, Andrew is joined by top political minds to dissect what has been a difficult week for the PM
18/05/2351m 31s

Vauxhall Threatens to Close UK Factory

Up to 2,000 jobs could be at risk as car-maker Vauxhall says it may have to close its UK factory unless the government renegotiates the Brexit deal
17/05/2350m 1s

Farage: Brexit has Failed

PM faces challenges on multiple fronts as Nigel Farage criticises the government's handling of Brexit and backbenchers criticise approach over EU Law Bill
16/05/2350m 40s

The Labour Party may lower the voting age to 16

The Labour leader doubled-down on plans announced over the weekend. Kier Starmer said his party would extending voting rights to under 18s and EU citizens who live in the UK. Former Labour Home Secretary tells us whether he thinks a good idea. The National Conservatism Conference has kicked off here in London - Conservative MP Danny Kruger joins the programme to explain what it's all about, and whether the Labour Party's voting plans really are 'gerrymandering' as Jacob Rees Mogg suggestted earlier this morning.
15/05/2351m 3s

Brexiteer Tories Turn on the Government

Members of the Brexiteer wing of the Tory party clash with the government as the deadline to scrap retained EU laws is removed
11/05/2352m 35s

Archbishop of Canterbury slams the government's Illegal Migration Bill

The Archbishop of Canterbury slammed the government's Illegal Migration Bill in the House of Lords in a scathing intervention earlier this afternoon. He called it 'isolationist', 'immoral', and claimed the bill will fail because it doesn't properly address the source of migration. Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick reacts to the rare intervention from the head of the Church of England.Victor Gao, a former Chinese diplomat who is widely referred to as a spokesperson for the Chinese Communist warns that Liz Truss's visit to Taiwan next week could accelerate 'reunification' and lead to war. Also on the programme:Chris Huhne, former Liberal Democrat Energy Secretary in the Lib-Con coalition government shares his thoughts on Rishi Sunak refusing to rule out attempting to form a coalition government if there is a hung parliament at the next General Election. Alan Rusbridger, the former Editor-in-Chief of the Guardian discusses the Daily Mirror publisher's apology to Prince Harry in a high-profile court case today. Mick Mulvaney on the political impact of Donald Trump being found guilty of sexual abuse in a civil case in New York yesterday
10/05/2351m 0s

Pharmacists to Help Free Up GP Slots

Pharmacies will now be able to administer antibiotics and antivirals for common illnesses in a new government effort to help free up GP appointments
09/05/2350m 34s

Tensions rise following drone attack on the Kremlin

The recent drone attack on the Kremlinraised tensions between Russia and the US. Both sides blame each other for the attack. Could the war of words turn into a deadly escalation between the US and Allies? Former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander in Europe General Sir Richard Shirreff and Ukranian Golos Party Deputy Leader Inna Sovsun join to discuss. On the eve of the Coronation of King Charles III, Jamaica and Belize have suggested they could be the next Commonwealth Realms to ditch the Monarchy altogether and begin a new chapter in their history as independent republics. The Commonwealth Secretary General Baroness Patricia Scotland joins the programme to share her thoughts on the future of the Commonwealth and the role they will be during the Coronation. Could Charles III be the first 'climate King'? CEO of the Wildlife Trust Craig Bennett joins the programme.
04/05/2350m 28s

Russia Accuse Ukraine of Attacking the Kremlin

Zelenskyy publicly denies that Ukraine were behind a drone attack on the Kremlin last night, with Russia labelling it an assassination attempt against Putin
03/05/2351m 15s

Energy giant BP announces £4bn profits in first 3 months of the year

The energy giant BP has announced £4bn in profits for the first 3 months of 2023, with the news coming as millions of households across the country struggle with the highest energy bills in Europe - is it time for higher a windfall tax on companies such as BP? Labour MP and Shadow Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband joins to discuss?The Former First Minister of Scotland and current ALBA party leader Alex Salmond joins the programme to explain why he thinks King Charles III will the last King of Scotland. The Former President of the Royal College of Nursing Professor Dame Anne-Marie Rafferty shares her thoughts on the breakthrough between the health workers and the government as a million workers accept a pay deal. Also on the programme: IPSOS CEO Kelly Beaver on polling ahead of local electionsBaroness Jenny Jones on the Green Party's local election strategyDr Hayleigh Bosher, professor of Intellectual property law and presenter of the 'Whose Song Is It Anyway?' podcast discusses Ed Sheeran's threat to quit music if he loses the copyright trial he is currently involved in.
02/05/2349m 46s

Government Unveils Their Gambling White Paper

The government have published their gambling white paper, with online casinos facing tougher restrictions
27/04/2351m 44s

Crucial Vote on Small Boats Bill

The government faces a vote after a day of debating Home Secretary Suella Braverman's Illegal Migration Bill
26/04/2350m 43s

Exclusive Interview with Scotland's First Minister Humza Yousaf

Humza Yousaf's first few weeks been turbulent to say the least. The new First Minister has inherited a party in crisis. In an exclusive interview he talks about the investigation into the party, the 'missing' £600,000, his vision for Scotland, independence - and what he will do when Trump visits next week. There are an estimated 70 NHS doctors currently trapped in Sudan. They face the risk of kidnap by the warring factions who in dire need of medical experts as fighting rages on. We speak to 'Dr Ahmed' who is a British resident, but currently stuck in Sudan and yet to be contacted by the government. The Chair of the Defence Select Committee also joins the programme just as the first flight carrying British Nationals leaves the country for Cyprus. Also, Naturalist and Broadcaster Ray Mears & Chair of the Environment Audit Committee Phillip Dunne discuss sewage being dumped into our rivers by water companies.
25/04/2350m 14s

UK Troops Arrive in Sudan

UK troops have arrived in Sudan to explore evacuation options for British nationals there after a more than a week of violence
24/04/2351m 13s

UK Exclusive Interview with Taiwan's Foreign Minister

Taiwan's Foreign Minister speaks exclusively to Andrew Marr with a warning to the West that we could be on the verge of another war
20/04/2351m 31s

Extinction Rebellion protests to take over central London during the Marathon this weekend.

Extinction Rebellion have set an ultimatum to the government: halt the search for new fossil fuels immediately and to set up emergency citizens’ assemblies and let the public decide how to end the fossil fuel era. They've asked the government to sit down by Tuesday 25th April or be faced with mass protests. The last time this happened the activist brought the capital to a standstill and over 1000 people were arrested. XR co-founder Clare Farrel and former UK Special representative for Climate Change Sir David King join to discuss. Social Housing campaigner Kwajo Tweneboa shares his thoughts as a new report reveals a quarter of a million children are sharing beds due to overcrowding in the social housing sector. Former Chancellor and Tory Grandee Lord Ken Clarkes shares his thoughts on the UK's economic quagmire, high inflation and how to fix the health service. The National Cyber Security Centre have raised the alarm bells over Chinese dominance in cyberspace and artificial intelligence - the former, and first-ever, Chief Software Officer of the US Air Force and Space Force Nicolas Chaillan joins the show.
19/04/2350m 39s

Price of Supermarket Staples Rockets

Andrew speaks to experts like Co-Founder of Leon, Henry Dimbleby, President of the NFU, Minette Batters, and Professor Sir Michael Marmot on soaring food costs and who it's impacting most
18/04/2352m 48s

British-Russian dissident jailed for 25 years in Russia

Tonight with Andrew Marr returns with a UK broadcast exclusive: Evgenia Kara-Murza reacts to the news that her husband Vladimir, a Russian-Brit, has been sentenced 25 years in prison for ‘treason’ by the Russian authorities. Alicia Kearns, the Conservative MP who chair’s the Foreign Affairs Select Committee also joins for some reactionto the news.  Baroness Minouche Shafik, a former deputy governor of the Bank of England, joins the programme to discuss how we can improve the economy and get growing following a double dose of bad news -  0 growth in February and the IMF forecast last week suggesting the UK was on track to being the worst-performing economy in the G20.  Rabbi Leo Dee, the husband and father of the British-Israelis killed by a West Bank terrorist last week also joins the programme.
17/04/2350m 1s

UK Exclusive Interview with the General Secretary of Nato

Andrew speaks to Nato General Secretary, Jens Stoltenberg, in a UK exclusive
30/03/2351m 30s

Experts Warn of AI's Threat to Humanity

Elon Musk was one of 1,000 experts and leaders calling for a pause in development of powerful AI systems due to risks to society and humanity
29/03/2350m 27s

Who represents young people now?

Young people face enormous pressures in the UK today - the modern economy is locking them out of the housing market, jacking up rents, their utility bills are sky high, along with the cost of further education should they want to pursue a degree. And more than 80% of household wealth in Britain is now held by the over 45s. What issues do they face, and why is no one fighting their corner in the political system? Ndidi Okezie, CEO of Youth UK; Jason Allen BEM, Founding Director of Mary's Charity, and Andrew Fisher, Author of Labour's 2017 manifesto and Director of Policy under Jeremy Corbyn join us to discuss. Former BBC Trust Chairman Lord Patten joins the programme to share his thoughts on the future of the national broadcaster and its Chairman Richard Sharp. And a damning report by Amnesty International has suggests that the UK is now a negative force for human rights on the world stage – the organisation’s General Secretary Agnes Callamard Also on the programme; SNP leadership contender Kate Forbes resigns from the Scottish government, and a look at the future of our railways on the 60th anniversary of the Beeching Report.
28/03/2350m 47s

Hamza Yousaf Elected to Succeed Nicola Sturgeon

Hamza Yousaf has been elected to succeed Nicola Sturgeon as SNP leader and will be appointed as First Minister of Scotland by King Charles on Wednesday
27/03/2345m 21s

Bank of England raises interest rates again.

The Bank of England has decided to raise the interest rate after inflation rose this month rather than fall at is widely expected to. This comes at a time when the financial system has bit slightly wobbled by the failure of the Silicon Valley Back. What consequence could this decision have on the economy and households - and on inflation itself? Former Bank of England Deputy Governor Sir Charlie Bean and Labour MP John McDonnell join the programme. The Ugandan Parliament has passed a law that will criminalise being LGBTQ+. The legislation could jail anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ for up to 20 years  a move that has infuriated human rights activists and organisations. The US has threatened to sanction Uganda. To explain why the parliament has done this - and the mood in the capital Kampala - is Dr Frank Mugisha,  Executive Director of the banned LGBTQ support group Sexual Minorities Uganda who was also nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Also on the programme:Junior doctors set to strike in April and protests rock France as riots erupt across the country.
23/03/2349m 8s

Boris Johnson grilled over misleading the House of Commons.

Boris Johnson was grilled by the privliges committee as part of their report on whether or not he knowlingly mislead the house of commons. If found guilty, there is a risk he could face a by-election. Boris Johnson's former boss and a former Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Telegraph Sir Max Hastings joins the programme. Also on the programme: The Windsor Framework - or Rishi Sunak's Northern Ireland deal as it's more commonly known - passed through the commons despite warnings from the DUP and the ERG wing of the Tory Party. Lord Peter Mandelson and the DUP's Ian Paisley Jr join the show.
22/03/2350m 18s

Baroness Casey Releases Blistering Review of Met Police

Baroness Casey releases her review into the Metropolitan Police, concluding that the force is institutionally racist, misogynistic and homophobic
21/03/2349m 58s

20th Anniversary of the Iraq War

On the 20th Anniversary of the Iraq War, Andrew speaks to one of the top politicians in charge at the time
20/03/2348m 28s

Interview with The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

The Chancellor joins Tonight with Andrew Marr following his spring budget. Jeremy Hunt takes questions on the stealthy increase in income tax, whether his pension reform is gift to the top 1%, if his children will still be able to use tik tok following the decision to ban the app on all government devices today. Also - Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting joins the programme to scrutinise the budget and share his thoughts on the government's pay offer to striking health care workers. Also on the programme, SNP leadership candidate Ash Regan.
16/03/2351m 2s

The Spring Budget

The Chancellor has finally delivered his spring budget. He extended free childcare and announced some of the biggest pension reforms in modern times. He uprated benefits. He also announced that corporation tax will increase from 19% to 25% from April. It was sold as back-to-work budget and a budget for growth. Some on the Conservative benches have been making noise and trying to pressure the Treasury for tax cuts, but no signs of rebellion yet. A low-tax champion, former Levelling up Secretary Simon Clarke joins the programme. We also get the assessment of Paul Johnson, the Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Businessman and Dragon Theo Paphitis - and talk to Andy Street, the Mayor of the West Midlands Combined Authority on the new powers this budget has just granted him.
15/03/2349m 38s

Chancellor to Tackle Economic Inactivity in Spring Budget

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is set to announce policies to tackle economic inactivity in his Spring Budget tomorrow, with plans to boost childcare funding and offer pension boosts
14/03/2350m 41s

China Represents 'Dangerous' Challenge to World Order

The Prime Minister warns of the 'danger and disorder' threatened by China and Russia in a visit to the US
13/03/2350m 52s

Full-time nursery costing nearly £15k a year.

There is a crisis in the UK's childcare system. It now costs an average of £15,000 a year to keep children between 1-2 years old in nursery according to a new report by the charity Coram, a figure that will simply be unaffordable for many. The impact of childcare often has an understated on the parents as well as the child - it means parents being forced to put a pause on their career for a few years to look after their children full time. Which also means household budgets shrink, and this impacts the rest of the economy. The Chair of the Commission on Young Lives Anne Longfield joins the programme. Russia launched another brutal missile attack across Ukraine in the very early hours this morning. 9 people have been killed and the attack on the Zaporizhia nuclear power cut the power to large areas of the country. The Mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovyi and Major General Jonathan Shaw share their experiences and thoughts on the latest attackand the reasons behind it.  Also on the programme: Parts of the HS2 train line has been delayed yet again and Rishi Sunak heads to France tomorrow to make a deal with President Emmanuel Macron so he can implement his plan to stop refugees crossing the English Channel.
09/03/2349m 43s

The Illegal Immigration Bill could endanger victims of modern slavery

The government have said their new illegal immigration bill will deny any illegal immigrants access to the protections under the Modern Slavery Act - they believe this will reduce the number of smuggling gangs taking advantage of the legal system once they bring people across the Channel. But what does it mean for genuine victims of human trafficking? The last Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner Dame Sara Thornton joins the programme. It is International Women's Day. Every year Labour MP Jess Philips reads out a list of female victims of male violence and she joins the programme to talk about the challenges facing women this year, why she reads the list out - and her thoughts on the government's decision to deny illegal immigrants access to the UK's anti-slavery system. Also on the programme: developments on the Nord Stream sabotage as Ukraine denies involvement. The NHS have approved a new revolutionary weight loss drug. And a roundup of a fiery SNP leadership hustings last night.
08/03/2349m 32s

The government launches its plan to stop channel migrant crossings

The government introduced the Illegal Migration Bill in an effort to stop asylum seekers making the reckless and dangerous crossing across the English Channel. The government believes that something must be done to tackle this issue, something they say is a key priority for voters - and one of the 5 priorities that will define the sucess of Rishi Sunak's premiership until the next general election. Critics of the bill say it could break international human rights law. Former Home Secretary David Blunkett joins the programme. The PM will head to France to meet with President Macron - what could be on the table? Former Ambassador to France Peter Ricketts gives us an account on the concessions both leaders will have to make.
07/03/2349m 57s

Minister suggests Starmer's job offer to Sue Gray may have broken rule

A big row is taking place in Westminster over Kier Starmer's job offer to senior civil servant Sue Gray. The Paymaster General Jeremy Quinn suggested the Labour Party are 'playing fast and loose' with the impartiality of the service, but the Conservatives might be more concerned with the fact Sue Grays knowledge may provide the opposition with a huge advantage in the upcoming general election. Sir Robert Buckland who tabled an Urgent Quesiton in the commons today on this joins to discuss. Donald Trump has announced he will run to be the GOP's nominee for the 2024 Presidential Election over the weekend at CPAC. But can he do it? His former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney will answer. And, is there life in the universe? A leading Cambridge University scientist will provide the answers.
06/03/2349m 22s

Exclusive Interview with Jean-Claude Juncker

Former President of the European Commission tells Andrew that Boris Johnson is a 'piece of work' and there may be more EU powers in Rishi Sunak's NI Brexit deal than meets the eye
02/03/2351m 46s

100,000 of Matt Hancock's Coronavirus WhatsApps Leaked

Matt Hancock faces fresh criticism for his handling of Covid in care homes as 100,000 of his pandemic WhatsApps are published
01/03/2351m 36s

Rishi Sunak and the future of the Conservative Party

After his big win with the EU and Northern Ireland yesterday, some believe Rishi Sunak will use this opportunity to move his party ahead and put down a stamp of his leadership. Former Conservative Leader Lord Michael Howard joins to discuss the signifance of this moment. With much soul-searching within the Conservative party in the post-Johnson, post-Truss period, the centre-right think-tank Onward launched the Future of Conservativism Project early today - Nick Timothy, the chair of the project and former Downing Street Chief of Staff under Theresa May.
28/02/2349m 34s

'Historic' Deal Struck Between the UK and the EU

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak presents a deal with EU Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen over Brexit arrangements in Northern Ireland
27/02/2354m 25s

Starmer's Five Missions, Bernie Sanders and William Hague

Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting joins Andrew to discuss Sir Keir Starmer's 'five missions' for a Labour government - and is met by an intervention from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Senator Sanders also discusses the prospects for the left on both sides of the Atlantic in a wide-ranging interview with Andrew. Plus, an in-depth conversation with the former Conservative Leader Lord William Hague.
23/02/2348m 54s

Interview with The Russian Ambassador

The Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrey Kelin joins the programme on the eve of the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine to discuss if Putin could use nuclear weapons, how long the war will go on, and if there are any conditions for peace. The former Head of MI6 Sir John Sawers also joins the programme.
22/02/2349m 36s

Rishi Sunak will either infuriate the EU or split his party over Northern Ireland.

The Prime Minister has difficult decisions ahead if we wishes to resolve the current deadlock in in Northern Ireland; he will either give in to the restless Eurosceptics in his party, and infuriate the EU. Or he will get a deal through, and in the process perhaps split his party - Former Northern Ireland Minister Conor Burns joins to discuss. As we approach the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Armed Forces Minister James Heappey joins Andrew. And the legendary actor, writer and comedian Paul Whitehouse talks to us about his return as Grandad in 'Only Fools and Horses: The Musical’.
21/02/2352m 23s

Biden visits Ukraine and an interview with a First Minister Leadership candidate

Andrew is joined by a former head of the US Army in Europe to talk about Biden's visit to Ukraine. Rishi Sunak faces a challenge from parts of his party over the NI Protocol. And Andrew speaks to Humza Yousef who is running to be first minister of Scotland
20/02/2350m 51s

Exclusive interviews with the former defence chief and Dame Emma Thompson

The former Chief of the Defence Staff Sir Nick Carter speaks exclusively to Tonight on Andrew Marr in his first interview since his role ended and immediatley after Zelensky's speech in the European Parlaiment where he made further calls to give Ukraine fighter jets. Dame Emma Thompson also joins the show to talk about politics, to arts, the menopause, and politics.
09/02/2353m 48s

President Zelenskyy Visits the UK

President Zelenskyy makes a surprise trip to UK and calls on the government to supply Ukraine with fighter jets
08/02/2351m 17s

BP made record £23bn profit last year

Oil and Gas giant BP has announced record £23bn profits last year and announced it is scaling back on its climate committments - Andrew gets reaction from the Shadow Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband. Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee and Conservative MP Damian Green joins the programme following the committees sessions earlier today with BBC Chairman Richard Sharp.
07/02/2350m 22s

How can Rishi Sunak face-off the pressures from within his own party?

Rishi Sunak problems are slowly, but surely, brewing; the Prime Minister faces a possible rebellion from his MPs over his plans to withdraw from the European Court of Human Right. And on another front, two former Prime Ministers are making quite public intervetions since leaving office.
06/02/2348m 27s

Talks Between the UK and EU Intensify over NI Protocol

Rishi Sunak is set to visit Joe Biden as talks over the Northern Ireland Protocol intensify
02/02/2351m 21s

A Conservative rebellion is gently brewing

A Conservative rebellion is gently brewing
01/02/2349m 41s

UK set to be worst-performing major economy this year according to IMF forecast.

The UK is set to be worst-performing major economy this year according to the IMF's forecast this year. Worse performing than heavily-sanctioned Russia. Andrew also speaks to former Health Secretary and Chancellor Sajid Javid about his proposals to charge patients for using GPs and emergency services - and get his reaction on the IMF's report. And regrets are growing on the 3rd anniversary of Brexit: only 3 constituencies across the entire country don't think Brexit was a mistake. Andrew speaks with the EU's former Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier.
31/01/2352m 40s

NHS to get more beds and ambulances

Andrew speaks to Shadow Home Secretary Wes Streeting as the government unveil their emergency care plan
30/01/2350m 59s

Tory strategist gives pep talk at Cabinet 'away day' following Zahawi tax scandal

Tory election strategist Isaac Levido, the man credited with helping forumalte the party's whopping 2019 general election victory, says the party has a 'narrow path to victory' at the next General Election, Andrew speaks with a former no.10 pollster and a former no.10 director of politics and communicaiton. The great British actor David Harewood and playwright James Graham joins Andrew to discuss 'Best of Enemies', a play written by Graham and starring Harewood, about race in 1960's America - they also give Andrew reaction to Suella Braverman's decision to row back on much-anticipated Windrush reforms.
26/01/2351m 13s

US & Germany Send Tanks to Ukraine

Andrew speaks to the German and Ukrainian Ambassadors as more Western tanks are sent to Ukraine
25/01/2352m 11s

Exclusive Interview with Mark Carney

Andrew speaks exclusively to the former Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, who says the UK is 'more likely than not' heading for a recession
24/01/2351m 17s

A Former BBC Director-General says 'no problem' if the BBC Chair is a member of the ruling party.

Former BBC Director-General Greg Dyke tells Andrew Marr says he finds 'no problem' if the Chairperson of the BBC is a member of the ruling party, following revelations over the weekend that the current chair of the BBC Richard Sharp had failed to declare helping then-PM Boris Johnson ‘simply connect’ with someone to secure a loan guarantee agreement during his appointment process. It was revealed over the weekend that Sharp had not declared helping the PM meet someone to guarantee an £800,000 loan for him. Andrew also focuses on Conservative Party Nadim Zahawi as pressure grows on the Prime Minister to sack him over his 'careless' tax dispute with HMRC.
23/01/2351m 23s

Levelling Up + an interview with the President of Sinn Fein

Andrew speaks to the President of Sinn Fein Mary Lou McDonald. And he takes a close look at what levelling up actually means
19/01/2351m 27s

Government 'can't win' dispute over nurses pay says a former NHS boss.

Former CEO of NHS England Sir David Nicholson speaks to Tonight with Andrew Marr as nurses begin two-day strike action across England. He tells Andrew: we're in a bit of a hole in the negotiation'. Adding: 'The government can't win it, but they can stop it. So the government need to do what they’re there to do, which is to stop it."
18/01/2350m 22s

Cost of Living Crisis is a 'Humanitarian Catastrophe'

World leading public health expert, Sir Michael Marmot, tells Andrew that the UK's Cost of Living Crisis is a 'humanitarian catastrophe'
17/01/2351m 56s

Met Officer Admits to Serial Rape

PC David Carrick has plead guilty to 49 offences, including multiple rapes, as questions are raised once more about misogyny and sexual abuse within the Metropolitan Police
16/01/2351m 49s

Russia Say British Aid Worker Has Died in Ukraine

Russian Mercenaries the Wagner Group have said they found the body of one of two missing British men in Ukraine
12/01/2350m 53s

NHS crisis deepens as ambulance workers go on strike.

NHS Crisis deepens as ambulance workers go on strike.
11/01/2350m 39s

UK Considers Sending Tanks to Ukraine

The UK is considering sending British-made Challenger 2 Tanks to assist the Ukrainians in their fight against the Russians
10/01/2351m 17s

Marr Weighs in on Harry's Tell All Interview

Andrew returns with a former Health Secretary on today's failed strike talks and gives his own reaction to Prince Harry's tell all interview
09/01/2350m 24s

NHS Bosses Voice Safety Concerns Over Strikes

NHS bosses have warned of a risk to safety as ambulance strikes are set to take place
20/12/2252m 12s

Government's Rwanda Scheme Deemed Lawful

The High Court has ruled that the government's scheme deporting asylum seekers to Rwanda is lawful
19/12/2252m 41s

Exclusive Interview with Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt joins Andrew for an exclusive and wide-ranging interview on the newly-announced migrant deal with Albania, the rail strikes, the nurses strike, state of the economy, Brexit, and support for energy bills. High-street restaurants also share how the strikes will affect their business in the run-up to Christmas. The Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper also shares her thoughts on the new migrant deal too.
13/12/2249m 30s

RCN Strike Will Go Ahead After Failed Talks

The RCN confirm that their NHS strike will go ahead after a failed meeting with Health Secretary Steve Barclay
12/12/2251m 9s

Anne Sacoolas Avoids Jail Over Harry Dunn's Death

Andrew speaks to the mother Harry Dunn and the family's spokesperson as Anne Sacoolas is given an eight month suspended sentence for his death
08/12/2250m 51s

Far-right coup plotters arrested in Germany

Andrew speaks to the experts following news that 25 far-right coup plotters were arrested in Germany following raids involving 3,000 police officers. He also speaks with the head of the Public and Commercial Services Union Mark Sewotka about the strikes announced by PCS members in Borderforce at airports. And we speak to Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary and Labour MP Jonathan Ashworth on dissillusionment with work: 1-in-10 young people never intend to join the labour market.
07/12/2250m 28s

Wave of Strikes in December Set to Cause Christmas Chaos

Rail network, bus services, postal services, ambulances and civil servants are just some of those groups striking in December
06/12/2251m 1s

Labour Propose Radical Political Overhaul

Labour Leader Keir Starmer and Former PM Gordon Brown unveil a radical new vision for the country including the abolition of the House of Lords
05/12/2250m 52s

Michael Gove eyeing conessions to Tory rebels over housing targets

Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove is looking into concessions to prevent a Tory rebellion over the housing targets set out in the government's Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill. Rebels, lead by MP and former Minister Theresa Villiers, have tabled an amendment to remove house building targets for local authorities. Andrew also speaks with the SNP's outgoing Westminster leader Ian Blackford on why he is standing down from his role.
01/12/2249m 21s

The UK is ‘dismantling’ systems for fighting future pandemics.

Former Covid vaccine Tsar Kate Bingham warns that the UK is ‘dismantling’ systems for fighting future pandemics. Andrew also hears from the English National Opera on their funding being cut by the Arts Council.
30/11/2249m 31s

Plan to make Big Tech remove harmful content online axed

The government are being criticised for removing the 'legal but harmful' clause in the Online Safety Bill
29/11/2249m 36s

Starmer rules out freedom of movement and protests erupt across China against lockdown measures.

Starmer rules out freedom of movement and protests against Xi erupt across China.
28/11/2249m 15s

Putin Takes Aim at Ukrainian Power Resources

Ukraine faces a long cold winter as Putin targets its access to energy and water
24/11/2251m 20s

NHS Could Need Military to Step In

Former Health Secretary Andrew Lansley suggests the military may need to step in to help the NHS this winter
23/11/2252m 13s

Further RMT Strikes Announced

The RMT has announced a new set of strikes across December and January
22/11/2251m 23s

England Back Down in OneLove Armband Row

England Captain Harry Kane decided against wearing LGBTQ+ equality armband in Qatar after being threatened with sanctions by FIFA
21/11/2251m 41s

The Autumn Statement

Reaction and analysis of the long-awaited Autumn Statement.
17/11/2250m 56s

MI5 reveal Iranian government's kidnapping and assassination plots in the UK

Andrew introduces the show with MI5's revealations that they have thwarted 10 plots organised by the Iranian government's to kidnap and assassinate British residents this year. We also speak to the legendary actor Brain Cox on poverty and politics. David Baddiel also joins the programme to discuss anti-semitism and his upcoming documentary 'Jews Don't Count'.
16/11/2249m 44s

Russian Missiles Reportedly Fall in Nato Territory

Russian missiles are said to have fallen in Nato territory Poland, killing two
15/11/2251m 42s

Bullying Claims against Raab are 'Plausible'

Former Head of the Foreign Office During Raab's time as Foreign Sec says that the bullying claims against him are 'plausible'
14/11/2251m 2s

US midterm elections begin as Donald Trump teases 'big announcement' next week.

US midterm elections begin as Donald Trump teases 'big announcement' next week, which is widely expected to mean a formal announcement of his desire to run for President in 2024.
08/11/2250m 27s

Rishi Sunak Speaks at COP27

Climate Conference COP27 is well underway in Egypt as leaders address the world stage
07/11/2251m 20s

Anger over Conditions in Manston Asylum Centre

The Government faces criticism over conditions in overwhelmed migrant centre in Manston
07/11/2252m 51s

Bank of England warns the UK faces the longest recession since records began.

Bank of England warns the UK faces the longest recession since records began following the biggest increase in interest rates in 33 years.
03/11/2250m 54s

Matt Hancock to go on I'm a Celebrity

Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock loses the whip after announcing he will feature on 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'
01/11/2251m 53s

Introducing: Sweeney Talks

Hey listener, we’ve got a new LBC podcast that we think you’d like called Sweeney Talks with old-school reporter, John Sweeney. John is trouble. He's taken on Vladimir Putin, challenged Donald Trump, and after months of uncovering hard truths in Ukraine, he’s back. John is never silent about what he’s experienced. Sweeney talks, and in this podcast, so do his guests. John speaks to people like him, who are not prepared to be part of the silent majority. They refused to toe the line, and have found themselves in trouble. Big trouble. Activists, agitators, heroes… or villains. You decide. Listen and subscribe to Sweeney Talks on Global Player. https://www.globalplayer.com/podcasts/42KuWd/ Go to Global Player for exclusive bonus episodes where John offers candid reflections on what he's discovered during each interview, what surprised him and what we can learn from it all. https://www.globalplayer.com/podcasts/42KuWb/ Download it from the App Store or go to globalplayer.com
01/11/221m 47s

Suella Braverman says Illegal Immigration is 'Out of Control'

The Home Secretary defends her position again following a petrol bomb attack on a Border Force processing centre over the weekend
31/10/2250m 49s

Opposition Grows to Braverman as Home Secretary

Cabinet Ministers are allegedly among those calling for the Home Secretary to go after being reassigned to the post
27/10/2251m 12s

Rishi Sunak in his first PMQ's

Rishi Sunak faces Keir Starmer for the first time in Prime Minister's Questions
26/10/2251m 23s

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak forms a new Cabinet

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes appointments to his new cabinet during his first official day in office
25/10/2251m 44s

Rishi Sunak will be the new Prime Minister

Penny Mordaunt drops out of the Tory leadership race, paving the way for Rishi Sunak to become the UK's next Prime Minister
24/10/2250m 54s

Prime Minister Liz Truss resigns and a new leadership contest begins

Liz Truss resigns following weeks of political and economic chaos, paving the way for a new leadership contest which will conclude with a new prime minister by next Friday.
20/10/2252m 20s

Suella Braverman Resigns as Home Secretary

Suella Braverman, the Chief Whip, and the Deputy Chief Whip have all resigned from Liz Truss' government
19/10/2250m 55s

No.10 Hints at Ditching Triple Lock Pledge

The government has refused to rule out whether they will ditch their manifesto pledge to continue with the pensions triple lock
18/10/2252m 11s

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt Tears up the Mini-Budget

Newly appointed Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, reverses 'almost all' tax cuts in the mini-budget unveiled by his predecessor Kwasi Kwarteng
17/10/2251m 17s

Talk of Mini-Budget U-Turns

The Chancellor has insisted he 'isn't going anywhere' despite rumours of incoming U-Turns on their mini-budget tax cuts
13/10/2251m 29s

No Public Spending Cuts, Says Truss

Prime Minister Liz Truss has insisted there will be no public spending cuts but warns of "difficult decisions" ahead
12/10/2250m 23s

A Stark Warning to Putin

Ambassador John Bolton, Trump's Former National Security Advisor, issues a stark warning to Putin
11/10/2250m 38s

Russia launches wide-scale missile attack on Ukraine after damage to key Crimea bridge.

Russia launches wide-scale missile attack on Ukraine after damage to key Crimea bridge.
10/10/2250m 5s

National Grid warns of energy blackouts this winter

National Grid's Electricity System Operator has warned consumers that power blackouts could be seen this winter. Andrew Marr is live from Westminster.
06/10/2251m 14s

Truss targets 'anti-growth' coalition with speech at the Tory Conference finale.

Truss targets 'anti-growth' coalition with speech at the Tory Conference finale.
05/10/2250m 12s

The Home Secretary accuses MPs of 'coup' against Truss to force tax u-turn

Lizz Truss's first conference as prime minister is overshadowed by splits among MPs over party policy with the home secretary, Suella Braverman, accusing fellow Tory MPs of staging a “coup” by forcing the government to abandon plans to cut the 45p top rate of income tax
04/10/2247m 53s

The government U-turns on tax cut for highest earners

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng admits having a 'tough day' in his speech to the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, after the government ditched plans to abolish the 45p income tax rate following widespread criticism
03/10/2252m 10s

Labour surges to 33-point lead over Conservatives

Sir Keir Starmer's Labour Party has taken a 33-point lead over Liz Truss' Conservative Party. How disastrous has this week been for the Tories? Andrew Marr is live from Westminster.
29/09/2249m 11s

Bank of England launces a major intervention to steady financial markets.

Bank of England launces a major intervention to steady financial markets.
28/09/2251m 9s

Keir Starmer delivers keynote speech at Labour conference

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer delivers his keynote speech at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool.
27/09/2249m 17s

Pound plummets to an all-time low

The British pound has sunk to an all-time low against the American dollar. Andrew Marr broadcasts live from Labour conference in Liverpool.
26/09/2249m 23s

The Chancellor makes tax cuts and ends cap on bonuses for bankers

The Chancellor makes tax cuts and ends cap on bonuses for bankers
23/09/2251m 3s

Health Secretary reveals plan to unblock NHS

Health Secretary reveals plan to unblock NHS and cut down on GP waiting times
22/09/2251m 1s

Putin announces mobilisation and warns west he will use all means at his disposal

Putin warns the West he is not bluffing over his threats to use all means at his disposal as he announces mobilsation
21/09/2249m 28s

PM Says US-UK Trade Deal Not On Agenda

Liz Truss flies to New York ahead of meetings with Biden and Macron
20/09/2251m 8s

The Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II is Laid to Rest at Windsor After a Funeral Service in Westminster Abbey
19/09/2255m 47s

Martina Navratilova, Anthony Fauci, and more..

Andrew speaks public health with Anthony Fauci, Federer with Martina Navratilova, and Queen & history with Ian McEwan
15/09/2251m 12s

The Queen Lies in State in Westminster Hall

A queue almost three miles long is forming in central London as mourners line up to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II
15/09/2250m 30s

Queen's Coffin Moved to Buckingham Palace

People Have Begun Waiting in the Streets of London to Pay Respects in Front of the Queen's Coffin in Westminster Abbey
13/09/2250m 19s

Mourners Visit Queen Elizabeth II's Coffin

Queen Elizabeth II's Coffin is Moved from Balmoral to Edinburgh
12/09/2254m 59s

Queen Elizabeth II Dies - Part Two

Special Episode with LBC Presenter Shelagh Fogarty
12/09/222h 20m

Queen Elizabeth II Dies - Part One

Special Episode with LBC Presenter Shelagh Fogarty
12/09/221h 38m

PM Liz Truss in Her First PMQ's

Liz Truss Faces Keir Starmer for the First Time in PMQ's
07/09/2252m 4s

Prime Minister Liz Truss Addresses the Nation

Prime Minister Liz Truss Makes a Speech to the Nation and Begins to Build Her New Government
06/09/2252m 28s

Liz Truss is the New Prime Minister

Liz Truss Defeats Rishi Sunak in the Race to No.10
05/09/2254m 3s

Exclusive Interview with Rishi Sunak

Andrew Speaks Exclusively to Tory Leadership Hopeful Rishi Sunak
21/07/2252m 57s

Truss and Sunak Are the Final Two

Either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be the Prime Minister of the UK as the Leadership Race Enters its Second Phase
20/07/2252m 51s

UK Weather Exceeds 40 Degrees for First Time

A Major Incident is Declared in London as Huge Fires Break Out in the Capital and Around the Country
19/07/2252m 25s

Tory Leadership Debate Cancelled as Sunak and Truss Withdraw

Debate Between Conservative Hopefuls Cancelled as They Await the Third Ballot Result
19/07/2253m 48s

Tory Leadership Debate Cancelled as Sunak and Truss Withdraw

Debate Between Conservative Leadership Hopefuls Called Off as They Await the Third Ballot Result
18/07/2253m 48s

Exclusive Interview with Keir Starmer

Andrew Speaks to Labour Leader Keir Starmer on the Day of the Second Ballot in the Tory Leadership Race
14/07/2254m 33s

Hunt and Zahawi Out of Leadership Race

Rishi Sunak and Penny Mordaunt Come out on Top in Second Round of Leadership Race
13/07/2251m 52s

Tory Leadership Race Goes to Second Round

Eight Candidates Make it Through to the Second Round of the Race to Number 10
12/07/2253m 34s

Tory Leadership Race Underway

Conservative Leadership Candidates Lay Out Their Tax Plans in the Race to Replace Boris Johnson as Prime Minister
11/07/2257m 17s

Boris Johnson Resigns

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Resigns as Party Leader, Paving the Way for a Tory Leadership Race
07/07/2252m 0s

Boris Johnson vows to keep going as Prime Minister despite further resignations

Boris Johnson vows to keep going as Prime Minister despite further resignations
06/07/2257m 16s

Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid Quit The Cabinet

Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid Quit after the PM Apologises for Pincher Appointment
05/07/221h 17m

Keir Starmer Announces Labour's Brexit Policy

Andrew Marr challenges Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg
04/07/2253m 56s

PM Pledges A Billion for Ukraine

Boris Johnson Returns From The NATO Summit in Madrid
30/06/2253m 39s

Met Police Put Into Special Measures

Andrew Marr speaks to Mina Smallman about Violence Against Women
29/06/2251m 19s

Sturgeon Sets Date For Second Independence Referendum

Andrew Marr Speaks to the SNP About Plans For A Second Independence Referendum
28/06/2254m 42s

NATO Puts More Troops on High Alert

Andrew Marr speaks to a Former Ukrainian Prime Minister About The Renewed Russian Offensive
27/06/2252m 59s

Boris Johnson Visits Rwanda

Andrew Marr Discusses Prince Charles and Boris Johnson's Upcoming Meeting in Rwanda
23/06/2253m 31s

More Unions Threaten Strike Action

Andrew Marr Speaks to Union Leaders Considering Industrial Action
22/06/2251m 6s

RMT Strikes Disrupt Travel Nationwide

Andrew Marr Speaks to Alistair Darling About Rail Strikes, Recession and The Labour Party Today.
21/06/2252m 38s

RMT Strikes to Go Ahead

Andrew Marr Speaks to RMT Boss Mick Lynch Ahead of the Biggest Rail Strikes For 30 Years
20/06/2250m 50s

Lord Geidt's Resignation Letter Published

The Prime Minister is Criticised by Former Ethics Advisor for Putting Him in an 'Impossible and Odious' Situation
16/06/2254m 1s

Lord Geidt Resigns

The Prime Minister's Ethics Advisor Quits a Day After Admitting 'Frustration' Over Lockdown Parties in No.10
15/06/2252m 27s

Deportation Flight to Rwanda Set to Take Off

A Plane Set to Take Asylum Seekers to Rwanda From the UK Is Ready to Take Off Despite Last Ditch Legal Attempts to Prevent It
14/06/2254m 34s

Foreign Secretary Announces New NI Protocol Bill

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss Announces New Bill Giving the Government the Power to Override Some Parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol
13/06/2255m 6s

PM Announces New Cost of Living Plan

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Makes a Speech Covering Housing, Cost of Living and Fuel Prices
09/06/2254m 25s

Britons Face Travel Chaos as RMT Union Announce Strike

The RMT Union Announces the Biggest Walkout for 33 Years
08/06/2251m 49s

PM Insists he will Stay Despite Bruising Confidence Vote Result

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Wins No Confidence Vote Despite 41% of Tory Backbenchers Voting Against Him
07/06/2252m 47s

PM Faces No Confidence Vote

Tory MPs Decide the PM's Future
06/06/2253m 0s

Rishi Sunak Announces Cost of Living Support

The Chancellor Announces Package of Support Aiming to Help Those Struggling With Bills
27/05/2250m 36s

Sue Gray Report Released

Boris Johnson Faces Partygate Questions After Release of Sue Gray Report
25/05/2254m 21s

Ofgem Chief Warns of £800 Price Cap Increase

Ofgem Chief Jonathan Brearley speaks to Andrew Marr after Warning the Chancellor of a Potential £800 Increase to the Energy Price Cap in October
25/05/2252m 35s

First Photos Emerge of Lockdown Breaking Event in No.10

First Photos are Released Showing Prime Minister Boris Johnson Raising a Glass at a Lockdown Breaking Event in November 2020
24/05/2252m 52s

PM Issued No Further Fines over Partygate

PM Boris Johnson to Receive no Further Fines over Lockdown Breaking Parties as the Met Police Investigation Concludes
19/05/2252m 29s

Unnamed MP Arrested on Suspicion of Rape

MPs Told Not to Name an MP Who Has Been Arrested on Suspicion of Rape and Sexual Assault
18/05/2253m 17s

Lord Mervyn King Speaks Exclusively to Andrew Marr

Former Governor of the Bank of England, Lord Mervyn King, Speaks on the Reaction of the Government and the BOE to the Cost of Living Crisis
17/05/2252m 17s

PM Visits Stormont for Emergency Talks On NI Protocol

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Visits Stormont for Crisis Talks Over the Government's Plan to Scrap Parts of the NI Protocol
16/05/2251m 58s

Levelling Up Special: Live From Manchester

Andrew Broadcasts Live From Manchester, Talking All Things Levelling Up with Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen, and Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham
12/05/2254m 10s

Prime Minister Confirms Intention to Discard Parts of NI Protocol

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Restates the Government Intention to Rip Up Parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol During a Trip to Sweden and Finland
11/05/2252m 28s

Prince Charles Steps in to Make the Queen's Speech

Prince Charles Made the Queen's Speech as the Queen Pulled out due to 'Episodic Mobility Issues'
10/05/2253m 38s

Labour Leader Vows to Resign if Issued Fine

Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer Promises to Step Down if Issued a Fixed Penalty Notice For Breaking Covid Restrictions
10/05/2252m 20s

A UK Politics Free Pre-Election Show

Andrew Covers Roe v. Wade, Belarus' Relationship with Russia & Ukraine, and the Danger of Russophobia, among others ahead of the local election results in the UK
05/05/2251m 29s

Money Saving Expert Describes Govt. Advice as Bull***t

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis Criticises Environment Secretary George Eustice For Recommending Struggling Families Buy Own Brand Foods to Combat Cost of Living
04/05/2251m 55s

Prime Minister Concedes Government Needs to do More in Cost of Living Crisis

Prime Minister Boris Johnson Admits to GMB's Susanna Reid That the Government is Not Doing Enough to Combat Cost of Living
03/05/2252m 45s

Parliament Prorogued Ahead of Local Elections

Andrew Marr Speaks to Conservative Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen, Ahead of Local Elections on 5th May
28/04/2250m 55s

Govt. Broke Law with Covid Care Home Policy

The High Court Has Ruled that the Government Broke the Law When they Sent Un-Tested Hospital Patients into Care Homes in 2020
27/04/2251m 34s

LBC Exclusive: Govt. Legislation Threatens NI Protocol

LBC Exclusive: The Govt. Plan to Feature Legislation in the Queen's Speech that Could Completely Rip Up the Northern Ireland Protocol
26/04/2251m 20s

Mail on Sunday Accused of Misogyny Towards Angela Rayner

The Mail on Sunday are Accused of Racism for Reporting that Angela Rayner Used her Legs to Distract the Prime Minister in the Commons
25/04/2251m 52s

PM to Face Commons Investigation

PM Boris Johnson to face an investigation into whether he misled Parliament about partygate
21/04/2251m 58s

PM and Starmer Clash at PMQ's

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer Go Head to Head over Accusations that the PM Criticised the BBC's Ukraine Coverage
20/04/2253m 28s

Prime Minister Denies Deliberately Misleading Parliament

PM Boris Johnson Faces Calls to Resign Over Lockdown Party Fines
19/04/2251m 53s

Vladimir Putin Threatens to Stop Gas Supply to Europe

Vladimir Putin Threatens to Stop Gas Supply to Europe Unless It's Paid for in Russian Currency
31/03/2253m 7s

PM Refuses to Admit Criminal Behaviour in Downing St.

PM Refuses to Admit Criminal Behaviour in Downing St. Despite Imminent Penalty Fines
30/03/2251m 11s

Twenty Fines to be Issued Over Partygate Scandal

Twenty Fines to be Issued As Part of Police Inquiry Into Lockdown Breaking Parties in No.10
29/03/2252m 32s

Roman Abramovich Suffered Suspected Poisoning

Roman Abramovich Suffered Suspected Poison Symptoms After Peace Talks in Kyiv Last Month
28/03/2252m 3s

Leaders Meet at Nato Summit in Brussels

World Leaders Meet at Nato Meeting in Brussels to Discuss Ongoing War in Ukraine
24/03/2251m 47s

The Chancellor Presents His Spring Statement

Chancellor Rishi Sunak Presents His Spring Statement to the House of Commons
23/03/2249m 20s

Labour Deputy Leader Angela Rayner Speaks to LBC

Labour Deputy Leader Angela Rayner Speaks to LBC Ahead of the Chancellor's Spring Statement
22/03/2252m 31s

Conservative Chairman Oliver Dowden

Conservative Chairman Oliver Dowden
21/03/2250m 31s

Speaker of the House - Sir Lindsay Hoyle

Speaker of the House - Sir Lindsay Hoyle
18/03/2249m 40s

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Returns to the UK

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe Returns to the UK After Six Years of Imprisonment in Iran
16/03/2249m 39s

Ukrainian President says Nato Membership Unlikely

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Says Nato Membership Unlikely, Saying Peace Talks with Russia Are Going "Pretty Good"
15/03/2250m 0s

Govt. Offer £350 to Take in Ukrainian Refugees

Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove Announces a Scheme Encouraging People in the UK to Take in Ukrainian Refugees
14/03/2249m 59s

Govt. U-Turn on Refugee Policy

Home Secretary Priti Patel Announced Long Awaited U-Turn on Policy for Ukrainian Refugees
10/03/2248m 29s

Marr Exclusive with David Cameron

Former Prime Minister David Cameron Speaks Exclusively to LBC
09/03/2250m 51s

Ukrainian President Speaks to the Commons

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Makes Historic Address to the Commons
08/03/2249m 53s

Tonight with Andrew Marr: The Launch

Ukraine Crisis Continues as Pressure Mounts on The Govt. to Welcome More Refugees
07/03/2250m 11s
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