This week in the media, from Castro and the student rebels, hysteria over football coaches, and Ed Balls’s ballroom exit.
The old seat of Prime Minister Asquith heated up in 1918.
Tory and Lib Dem MPs lost an attempt to vote through a change to Speaker election rules that would have been used to unseat Bercow.
Jeremy Clarkson wasn't fired because of the PC brigade or the leftie BBC. You're not allowed to hit people - end of story.
The SNP's stance and the Tories' missteps mean Miliband is in the strongest position to become prime minister.
James Nickerson meets Alan Sked, the man who created Ukip.
Shadow chancellor rules out tax rise after Miliband's refusal to do so at PMQs.
Venezuela has gone from the Left's great hope to a scene of despair. We must speak out, or be discredited.
Post-politics: what has killed our democracy, and can we bring it back to life?
The Labour leader was caught unawares by the PM's promise not to increase the tax.
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