Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
Forcing tech firms to create a "backdoor" to access messages would be a gift to cyber-hackers.
Parties have suspended political activities in a mark of respect.
The security services believe that Salman Abedi, was not a lone operator but part of a wider cell.
A further attack may be “imminent” and armed soldiers will be deployed on the streets.
A paid-up Conservative party member and anti-apathy campaigner is not impressed with the options on offer.
Around the world, support for genuinely revolutionary ideas is strong, but in the UK at least, there's less enthusiasm for the people promising them.
Prime Minister was on message but on the back foot.
A new poll suggests Labour will not be going gently into that good night.
The problems of the policy have been moved, not eradicated.
The Northern Ireland secretary's questions on Jeremy Corbyn and the IRA are valid. But he shouldn't be asking them for the sake of the Tory campaign.
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