All the week's top political tweets in one handy location.
The constitutional spot of bother between Westminster and Holyrood over the terms of the Scottish independence referendum dominated the week's headlines.
I can't understand the ire over the Scottish Referendum. Legally, Holyrood has no automatic right to have one anyway. — Jack Tindale (@JackTindale) January 8, 2012
What Alex Salmond doesn't realise is that Mel Gibson is gonna stage a coup immediately they get independence anyway :-) — Mike Briercliffe (@mikejulietbravo) January 13, 2012
Struggling Labour leader Ed Miliband took the opportunity of a new year to relaunch his leadership.
I want EVERYONE to look at Ed Miliband on PMQ's tomorrow and imagine PINGU. Watch the mouth. NOOT NOOT!! — Old Holborn (@Old_Holborn) January 10, 2012
Ed Miliband increasingly has the air of a supply teacher about him. — Simon Blackwell (@simonblackwell) January 10, 2012
Ed Miliband shouldn't feel bad. In September 2010 the entire Labour party accidentally misspelt "David". — John Lister (@johnlister) January 6, 2012
And, in a rather unexpected turn of events, former Man U footballer Eric Cantona decided to turn his hand to politics. At least, we thought he was going to.
Well done King Eric Cantona for highlighting the awful housing situation facing the poor in France; not much different over here. — Jeremy Corbyn MP (@jeremycorbyn) January 11, 2012
Eric Cantona would be the greatest prime minister of all time.... FACT! — Ben MTI (@xMoreThanInkx) January 13, 2012
"Certainly take the advice of others but always, always be yourself." - Let's kick-off Friday with the legendary Eric Cantona, shall we? — FIFA Online 2 (@FifaOnlineII) January 6, 2012