The Met Police is treating the events in Westminster as a "terrorist incident".
Other than Labour, of course.
The settled will among Jeremy Corbyn's critics that they need to keep quiet is unlikely to be disrupted by the result.
Watching a game on tenterhooks to see if the manager picks his nose.
It is the first time a party in opposition has lost a by-election to a governing party since 1982.
The two leading candidates represent the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders factions.
Kenneth Baker, Margaret Thatcher's education secretary, has been in a war of words with one of his successors.
As I approach the whips’ office through the tearoom staircase, a colleague shouts: “It’s Steve McQueen!”
Theresa May's anti-immigration policies will have a big impact - and no-one is talking about it.
The Arsenal manager faces a frustrating legacy.
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