"We were very concerned this morning," Harriet began in a low voice. Was she about to reveal the Family Harman had run out of Bran Flakes?
The general election results baffled us all. Now, after the dust has settled, its winners are trying to work out exactly why the electorate proved so fickle.
Lib Dem supporters should be feeling as miserable as England fans.
This is definitely not what a revolution looks like. Nevertheless, as Barack Obama never said, change has come to the Lords.
The pro-choice movement has already won the debate on abortion, so why do we keep talking about it?
David Cameron defended the coalition's emergency Budget in prime minister's questions. Review our coverage here.
The pressure on the Lib Dems is considerable, but Clegg is playing the long game.
Harman won today's PMQs, but you wouldn't know it.
George Osborne's emergency Budget finally starts to turn things around.
Shadow work and pensions secretary Yvette Cooper gives her reaction to the 2010 emergency Budget:
Public accounts committee chair Margaret Hodge gives her reaction to the 2010 emergency Budget:
Green party leader and new MP Caroline Lucas gives her response to the 2010 emergency Budget:
Chancellor George Osborne begins his emergency Budget by telling MPs he has come up with a package which "pays for the past and plans for the future".
Be the first to know what's in the emergency Budget with politics.co.uk's live blog.
The nation's politics descended into bitterness as queasy, uneasy MPs listened to George Osborne's emergency Budget.
All the reactions to the emergency Budget, from across the political spectrum.
Read George Osborne's statement to the Commons in full, on politics.co.uk.
After weeks of preparation, the emergency Budget is here.
The economics and the politics of the emergency Budget laid bare.
Chancellor George Osborne outlines his fears about the "road to ruin" if "determined and concerted action" are not taken in Tuesday's emergency Budget.
Interview: George Eustice
Cameron's firm but polite tone in Brussels - and Nick Clegg's multiculturalism - shows Britain can be eurosceptic, but still in love with Europe.
Diffident and abashed, Danny Alexander looked like a six-foot schoolboy who has forgotten his homework as he faced the despatch box for the first time.