In the last QT before Christmas, we spare a thought for Justine Greening, sandwiched between two of the most antagonistic gum-flappers this country has ever produced
Burnham and Maude make an awkwardly ambitious double act, Tim Farron's projectile trustworthiness and that odd fish Lionel Barber
Just in case you hadn't heard enough about Leveson, last night's Question Time panel delivered a special on the Inquiry's report, and what a panel it was
Two ex-party leaders and Britain's foremost Angry Young Man make for a heavyweight line up, but will a great show follow?
Jerry, my two-timin' brother stole the leadership of the Labour Party from me, but now I'm back and I'm hotter than ever!
It was at this point that UKIP stopped resembling a harebrained cult that recruits exclusively at village fêtes and started to become something a lot more worrying.
Something about Nicola Sturgeon's bearing just really reminds me of a generic 6th-former from a late-80's run of Grange Hill.