Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
The Clacton MP quits his party but insists he will not rejoin the Conservatives or trigger a by-election.
"We need to consider the fact that fake news isn't always fake news at the source," says John Moore.
While we campaign against misogyny, we must not fall into the trap of thinking Labour is above it; doing so lets women members down and puts the party in danger of not taking them seriously when they report incidents.
Despite his successes as a candidate, the organisational victories have gone the way of Corbyn's opponents.
France, Germany and the Netherlands suggest there is nothing inevitable about the right's advance.
What happens on the casting couch draws the headline, but the problem starts on the page, says James Graham.
Their obsessions with their childhoods have both become punchlines; but one of these jokes, it feels to me, is told with a lot more affection than the other.
Where do I even start?
The appearance of weakness is less electorally damaging than actually removing healthcare from millions of people.
"Ships, towers, domes, theatres, and temples lie, Open unto the fields, and to the sky" - things to help remember the best of Westminster Bridge.
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