An interesting bunch of candidates make up the competition in Michael Martin's old constituency.
It's been a bitter, grim by-election campaign in Glasgow North East. That's hardly surprising, as Glasgow North East is a bitter, grim place.
Members of the public, and the armed forces, offer their thoughts and feelings before and after the two-minute Armistice Day silence.
Usually by this time on a parliamentary Wednesday the party leaders are relaxing after their weekly Commons ordeal. Perhaps this was why this week's prime minister's questions was a choppy, queasy affair.