The Prime Minister's incredulous tone suggested she would not be following the president's advice.
The row over pairing has contributed to a sense that the chief whip is damaged goods, and that his days could be numbered.
A failure of justice is a failure for everyone.
Sympathy for the former Ukip councillor who murdered his wife is an example of how we normalise violence.
The Irish Taoiseach is in a “Brexit strop”, says the tabloid, “cravenly obeying his EU masters”.
The numbers are tight enough for the republicans’ seven MPs to swing key votes should they take their seats – but they won't.
A recent poll suggested that Labour is on course to lose all of its Scottish MPs but one.
The choice of poem is crass, the protest is counterproductive, the media circus around it inane.
The Conservative Party doesn’t want to stay in the EU, but it doesn’t really seem to want to leave it either.
Portraying himself as Mr Digital allows the Health Secretary and one-time app designer to draw the political sting from unfriendly cabinet briefs.
Designer fashion is still, undoubtedly, all about class.