Follow every twist and turn of this week's PMQs with our live blog.
The shale gas industry is on the cusp of moving into the mainstream - and the potential economic benefits are huge.
An eyewitness account of two remarkable weeks in Istanbul
Rupert Murdoch is to divorce Wendi Deng, prompting a bit of a chinwag about the good old days, from Tony Blair to foam pies. I wonder what Alex Jones would have to say about it?
Being a politician is not straightforward. In fact it can be a horrible mixture of hard work and hellish bullying from your peers. You need a thick skin to survive.
All the twists and turns of this week's clash with our celebrated live blog.
Here's what Tim Yeo had to say when asked about his business activities, which in the 2012/13 financial year earned him over £160,000:
William Hague's response to accusation the government has built a covert snoopers' charter - in full and unedited.
In a week without major battles, party leaders manouver into position.
UKIP has been dubbed the laziest party in Europe - but do UKIP voters care? Meanwhile, the Tory party gets added to the list of things that are more popular than David Cameron.
The winning entries to our Armando Iannucci competition are in and they are genuinely filth. Approach with caution.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has journeyed all the way to east London to deliver a major speech setting his party's direction of travel on welfare spending. Here's the check-against-delivery version of his speech in full.
Read Ed Balls' speech promising to remove winter fuel payments from wealthy pensioners - in full and unedited.
Patrick Mercer announced he is resigning the Tory whip, following a cash for questions sting. Rod Liddle said some racist stuff. People objected. Louise Mensch told them to be quiet. They didn't.
Half-term weeks can often be dull, uninspiring affairs. This one felt like someone had pressed the 'pause' button at the climax of an action movie while they went out to make a cup of tea.
The complete first season of Armando Iannucci's Veep is out on DVD from June 3rd from HBO Home Entertainment and we're giving three Politics.co.uk readers a chance to win a copy.
Soldier Drummer Lee Rigby was beheaded in Woolwich by "religious" extremists. The prime minister spoke movingly about the need to remain calm in the face of hate and terror. For once, we should all listen to him.
In a blood, brutal attack, two men bring terrorism back to British streets. But the muted response to the crisis should offer some reassurance.
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