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Tony Blair still has the Power - as he proved during his Progress speech
Now it's OK to ask a question that seemed so outlandish a few weeks ago, maybe it's time to ask another
The Welsh singer and author charmed a pretty charmable committee
The Democratic Unionist Party MPs were the most vigorous Beeb-bashers
'I believe that the next five years will see a renaissance in Britain', he said
He could hardly contain his excitement at the announcement of a new 'national living wage'
What was striking about the UK polls was the authority ascribed to them, even though they had all erred before
English votes for English laws is not running smoothly
He seems remarkably at ease as just the plain backbench MP for Doncaster North
Boris was lucky to miss PMQs as the debate over Heathrow expansion raged
Business Questions failed to really elaborate on anything
What struck home in the Commons was the MPs from across the country naming constituents who were killed or injured in the attack
Humphrey Lyttelton can play wind instruments, but will he be helpful as chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee?
He’s still intact – even if like all auditions this one ended with a: 'Don’t call us, we’ll call you'
Heaven help us when we actually get to the referendum itself
Stewart Hosie gave an eloquent plea for 'full fiscal responsibility'