Autumn Statement aftermath
Ed Balls may have taken a battering in the Commons yesterday but a shock new poll shows the public backed him over George Osborne in their assessment of yesterday's autumn statement.
This isn't a plan for financial stability. It's a scheme to get Tories re-elected.
Exempting the basic state pension leaves a big hole in the chancellor's plan.
Nelson Mandela: Political tribute
The political tributes come flooding in for one of the great world statesmen of our age.
In other news...
Police were accused of heavy-handed response to student protests today, after a wave of arrests and violent confrontations met a demonstration in London.
Theresa May's failure to follow official rules in the deportation of Isa Muazu has opened the door to a legal challenge, Politics.co.uk can reveal.
Comment and Analysis
What a week. It started off with a young swimming star coming out, and ended up with an old civil rights icon reaching the end of his life. Somewhere in the middle, an editor was forced to defend his patriotism to a select committee. And the chancellor delivered his autumn statement.
Broadcaster and general nuisance Sean Dilley gives us his take on the week in politics.
By banning the expression of warped world-views, we undermine the very freedoms that set us apart from these anti-democratic ideologies in the first place.