Jeremy Corbyn emerged the better as he and Theresa May faced a live studio audience and Jeremy Paxman.
Few members of the shadow cabinet were sitting at the real cabinet table when Labour was merrily funding Kids Company, so why the reticence?
Resilient towns and a low carbon economy are the only ways to conserve the places we love.
And how he can use it to turn his fortunes around.
The "Northern Powerhouse" always comes second to the City of London in the Conservatives' order of priorities.
Today there is a loophole in our legislation that allows men to purchase girls as young as thirteen each and every day, knowing full well they will virtually never be charged; and if charged, they’re unlikely to see court.
One Labour frontbencher had predicted the result five years ago - but by accident.
For our political institutions to be truly representative, their make-up must bear at least a minimal resemblance to society.
Our ministers persist in denigrating foster carers, who provide homes to about 80 per cent of all children in care.
The result of the forthcoming Holyrood election may not cause a great shock but there is plenty to play for and the future of the country is at stake.
When the history books are written, David Cameron's lacklustre record on refugees will haunt him.
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