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It's the final week of the 2010-15 Parliament, with the first high-profile leaders' clash scheduled for broadcast on Thursday. Meanwhile, Boris takes centre stage as a Parliamentary hopeful before an audience of his fellow Tories.
Leading Labour lights get together to discuss the shape of things that could be to come, but the week is dominated by George Osborne and his Red Box.
With the Coalition's final Budget on the way, leading figures from all of the parties are out and about again this week to spread their key messages.
Lord Prescott steps up to his new role as Labour's Climate Change Adviser this week, while the Greens and Plaid Cymru make their mark on the spring conference season.
Media eyes turn to Margate this week as UKIP descends upon the seaside town for its Spring Conference.
Labour unveils its vision for the arts, while television presenter-turned-Tory-minister Esther McVey returns to her comfort zone among the doyennes of daytime.
Any Questions assembles a potentially explosive lineup this week, while Welsh Labour reflects on potential future challenges in government, and ministers past and present pontificate about pensions.
Labour disseminates the details on devolution, while Conservatives and Liberal Democrats reflect on five years of Coalition cooperation.