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A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on Hong Kong's New Year's Day rally, with the organisers estimating that 100,000 citizens joined the march to call for speedy democratic reform.

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme, presenter Sam Butler looks back at the main events of 2003 -- from the SARS outbreak to the mass anti-government rally on July 1st, when more than half a million took t

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on this week's developments in the "Cargate" case.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on the change of leadership in the largest pro-government party, the DAB, following its poor showing in the district council elections.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme follows the Chief Executive's visit to Beijing this week, which followed the setback for main government supporting party in the district council elections.

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme, presenter Janine Graham quizzes the Secretary for Constitutional Affairs, Stephen Lam, on the big gains for the pro-democracy forces in the District Council elections.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme follows developments in the row over cuts in university funding.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's studio guest is the Education Secretary, Arthur Li, who tells presenter Janine Graham that a 30 per cent cut in university funding is "highly unlikely".

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme reports on the controversy surrounding the Equal Opportunities Commission.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme looks ahead to the forthcoming Legco select committee inquiry in the handling of the SARS outbreak earlier this year.

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