Labour will be relieved that Corbyn's encounter with Andrew Neil was less painful than Theresa May's.
I'm dreaming of a united Christmas, says Chi Onwurah.
Statutory instruments are over-used and under-scrutinised.
British democracy itself is under threat, warns Chris Bryant.
More must - and can - be done to prevent families being torn apart.
The world hasn't ended - but the battle isn't won yet, either.
The most a historian can say confidently about Corbyn at this moment is that he is a polarising figure.
Growing up, I never thought that Hermione could be any colour other than black.
What matters more than any seminar room debate about what Le Pen, Trump and Orban should be called is this: they're litmus tests that the West is failing.
Polish-born Daniel Kawczynski tells Tory colleagues: "Their contributions in income tax outstrip any benefits they may get many times over".
The government has snuck out the figures on its latest mistake at the end of the year - don't let them escape scrutiny.
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