The week in the media, including Cambridge entrance exams, the Brexit tourism boom, and why Owen Smith is a no-hoper.
I've interviewed Andy Burnham. He's a great guy, but if he doesn't fix his relationship with the Sun, he's doomed, says broadcaster Tom Latchem.
David Cameron's speech was billed as a drastic break from the past. But the reality is this speech could easily have been delivered by Tony Blair or Gordon Brown.
Leadership candidate accepts Harman's position but says he will oppose the bill at Third Reading in the absence of "major changes".
Liz Kendall may well be Labour's Ken Clarke, and Jeremy Corbyn could yet be the party's IDS.
London's part-time mayor has been handed a £25,000 pay rise by the Telegraph. Your mole weeps.
Crime is not so much down, as changing, and the government can't get to grips with it, say Jack Dromey and Ron Hogg.
From the beginning, the BBC has had a brief to educate, inform and entertain. That last one isn't an afterthought.
Eight council leaders from the capital explain why they're backing Liz Kendall to lead Labour back into power.
The Labour MP for Islington South and Finsbury lashes out at the Health Secretary.
The Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who himself has a northern accent, finds leadership candidate Andy Burnham's call for more regional accents in the shadow cabinet patronising.
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