This year's Queen's Speech is going to be right-wing, controversial and could - while everyone is distracted - even change the country. Here's a run-down of what we're expecting.
David Cameron suggested the only way to get an EU referendum is through a 'Tory-only government'.
This week's boundary changes defeat is, surely, the moment the Conservatives learned to hate the Lib Dems.
The coalition government was wrong to have cut capital spending as quickly as it did after the 2010 general election, Nick Clegg has admitted.
The mutual contempt between coalition ministers and their senior civil servants is now so bad it is putting the effectiveness of government at risk, a think-tank has warned.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have formally agreed to go to war in the Commons over boundary changes while keeping the rest of the coalition intact.
'Omnishambles' is sooo last year, so this week we're offering your choice of words. Omnimess, omnimuddle, omnifiasco all seem to fit the bill for 2013.
Or, why politics in 2013 is going to be like an episode of 24…
The coalition's plans to help working parents with universal childcare costs are already running into trouble.
Nick Clegg is making history. This is nothing new: the coalition is a historic experiment, and it is all his fault. Which is why he's having to do this sort of show.
The fact MPs were sitting down and stationary for the first prime minister's questions is not going to stop this writer claiming they all had a spring in their step.
Ed Miliband has dismissed David Cameron as a "PR man who can't even do a relaunch" in PMQs, as the coalition faces another shambles over the release of its audit of broken pledges later.
David Cameron faces mockery from the opposition in prime minister's questions this lunchtime, after being hit by a second ministerial resignation in the Lords this week.
This is a government which has not stopped to think twice before meddling with the rules of the game.
Whereas the Rose Garden was charming and novel, we have now grown familiar with the tedious, forced bonhomie which now prevails between these two men.
A wave of new reforms and a renewed commitment to coalition government form the backbone of David Cameron and Nick Clegg's midterm review, unveiled this afternoon.
The midterm review will give the coalition's longevity prospects a shot in the arm, but the art of multi-party government in Whitehall still has some way to go before it becomes truly refined.
This midterm review is littered with half-truths tailored to help David Cameron and Nick Clegg cling on to power. They are complicit in the same deceits: what better reason to continue to stick together?
With not even an Olympic glimmer to lift the spirit, 2013 threatens to be a depressing affair.
Liberal Democrats will continue to defy Conservative right-wingers by keeping the coalition in the centre of British politics, Nick Clegg has pledged.
Nick Clegg was accused of trying "every trick in the book" to distance himself from his record today, after he made a keynote speech describing the Liberal Democrats as the only genuine party of the middle ground.
Nick Clegg will paint his party as pragmatic occupiers of the centre-ground in a major speech on Monday setting out the Liberal Democrats' platform for the 2015 general election.
Labour look set to win all three of yesterday's by-elections, with victory already declared in Manchester Central and Cardiff South and Penarth.
It's officially the word of the year - but will the omnipresence of the 'omnishambles' tag actually make a difference politically?