The chaos in the Conservative Party is a distraction from the real priorities for people across the country: jobs, growth and living standards.
While some support the introduction of civil partnerships for heterosexuals, others warn of a "dark" and "cynical" attempt by Tory MPs to destroy the bill.
There are Conservatives who need routine evidence of treason to justify perpetual rebellion against their leader.
This parliament has shown what happens when you leave too many MPs unoccupied.
To win the next election, the Tories need a left-leaning Lib Dem leader who can win over Labour voters in Tory-Labour marginals.
The Conservative MP criticises the PM's U-turn and says "we should all be aware" of Lynton Crosby's links to the alcohol and tobacco industries.
Those Conservatives talking up the prospects of EU withdrawal are putting party before country. Shame on them.
As Clegg stands in for David Cameron at PMQs, Tory MPs will seize the opportunity to remind him of his past promise to hold an in/out EU referendum.
It’s entirely possible that Labour could end up with the most seats but a smaller share of the vote than the Tories.
Ed Miliband should hold his nerve and resist demands to make his own hasty referendum pledge.