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Farewell, Sunday Politics

Today saw the final UK-wide edition of the Sunday Politics on BBC One.

To mark the occasion, here's an interview I did with Andrew Neil alongside the BMA's Vivienne Nathanson in 2014. Click here to view.

According to the Telegraph the programme has been axed in a bid to attract 'younger and more diverse viewers'.

Where that leaves guests like me who knows, but let’s hope I won’t be history too!

PS. The Daily Politics has also been dropped but the same team will return with a rebranded programme - Politics Live - in the autumn.

Here I am discussing plain packaging with that great Labour sage Diane Abbott.

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Reader Comments (1)

I gave up watching it when Andrew Neil was given the boot a few months ago.

Monday, July 23, 2018 at 15:03 | Unregistered CommenterJonathan Bagley

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