FT Politics

FT Politics

United Kingdom

A weekly review of British politics, featuring the Financial Times' political commentators and correspondents. FT Politics is presented by Sebastian Payne.

Episodes

Tony Blair's speech and the scene in Stoke and Copeland  

With Kate Allen and Andy Bounds of the FT and political commentator John McTernan. Presented by Sebastian Payne

Article 50 moves forward and the coup attempt against John Bercow  

With Jim Pickard, Miranda Green, Robert Shrimsley and Henry Mance. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

A big week for Brexit and the Lib Dem fight-back  

With George Parker, Philip Stephens, Henry Mance and Miranda Green of the Financial Times. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

Theresa May goes to Washington and Labour's by-election challenges  

With Janan Ganesh, Gideon Rachman and Andrew Bounds from the Financial Times, plus Matt Singh of Number Crunch Politics. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

The Supreme Court decision on Article 50  

With the FT's legal correspondent Jane Croft and legal commentator David Allen Green. Presented by Sebastian Payne

May's big Brexit moment and Trump's arrival on the world stage  

With George Parker, Philip Stephens, Jim Pickard and Brooke Masters of the Financial Times. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

NHS trouble for May and Corbyn trips on immigration  

With the FT's Philip Stephens, Robert Shrimsley, Jim Pickard and Kate Allen. Presented by Sebastian Payne

Goodbye Sir Ivan, hello Sir Tim  

With Alex Barker, James Blitz and Daniel Dombey of the Financial Times. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

2016 politics review  

With Gillian Tett, Martin Wolf, George Parker and Henry Mance. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

Mrs May goes to Brussels and the Southern rail strike  

With George Parker, James Blitz and Robert Wright. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

Brexit arrives in the Supreme Court and the Commons  

With George Parker, Philip Stephens, David Allen Green and Jane Croft. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

The Lib Dems seize Richmond Park and the rise of Paul Nuttall  

With George Parker, Jim Pickard and Miranda Green from the Financial Times, plus Marcus Roberts from YouGov. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

Autumn Statement 2016 special  

Discussion with George Parker, the FT political editor; Stephanie Flanders, chief market strategist for JP Morgan Asset Management, and Rupert Harrison, chief macro strategist for multi-asset at Blackrock and former chief of staff to George Osborne. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

A difficult week of Brexit and dealing with 'fake news'  

With Janan Ganesh, George Parker, Robert Shirmsley, David Bond and Renee Kaplan of the Financial Times. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

The Trump effect on British foreign policy  

With Roula Khalaf, Philip Stephens, Janan Ganesh and James Blitz of the Financial Times. Presented by Jonathan Derbyshire.

Inside US election night  

FT reporters discuss how the election night unfolded from the inside, what the pollsters missed, and how the markets moved. Plus a look at the way fiscal policy might develop under the new Trump administration.

The Article 50 ruling and Mark Carney stays in London  

With George Parker, Martin Wolf, Chris Giles, David Allen Green and Jane Croft of the Financial Times. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

US election countdown: The final push  

As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump criss-cross the same few battleground states in the run up to election day on Tuesday, FT reporters discuss the picture emerging from the latest polls, early voting patterns and more. Visit FT.com/polls for the latest election poll tracker.

Britain's economy after Brexit and Heathrow takes off  

With Martin Wolf and Janan Ganesh of the Financial Times, plus political adviser Julian Glover and Rupert Harrison of BlackRock. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

US election countdown: After the vote  

As the presidential campaign draws to a close, the FT's Courtney Weaver and Shawn Donnan discuss what to expect in the days after the election, from possible cabinet appointments to the future of the Republican party to the fate of Paul Ryan's political career. Sign up for the FT White House Countdown email newsletter at FT.com/NBE

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