Rise of the e-petition
Labour expected to lose this morning, but they were hoping to do so by a close margin. The party's fortunes have been so poor of late that such an outcome would have struck them as wholly acceptable.
Boris Johnson delivered his trademark brand of literate ripostes to a fawning audience today during his first mayoral question time, the monthly meeting at which members of the London Assembly hold the mayor to account.
This government needs another database like the Titanic needed another hole.
Cherie doesn't disappoint, telling her story in the pugnacious manner with which she drove her husband to power.
If Gordon Brown's intention this morning was to prove he still has a political vision, many observers of today's Queen's Speech could be forgiven for thinking it's a Conservative vision.
David Cameron spent the last half-hour before Wednesday's draft Queen's Speech gently undermining public confidence in the prime minister.
The first PMQs after disastrous local elections was always going to be tough for Gordon Brown.
Local election setbacks have been a long time coming for Gordon Brown.