Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg covered for David Cameron at PMQs this week. Review his progress in fielding questions from MPs here.
Britain entered a parallel universe this week, where Ukip rule the country and Nigel Farage is prime minister. It has felt a little bit like Westminster is being turned upside down and violently shaken.
George Galloway. Nigel Farage. Luis Suarez. British politics has been dealing with some larger-than-life characters this week. And it hasn't all been pretty.
It was as if David Cameron was using an invisible blue rosette as his shield. No matter how grievous the problem he was confronted with, he deflected his answer and turned it into an appeal for a Tory vote.
It is as if our politics has been seized by a Giant Hand. Parliament has been tilted on its side, sending all of its stories lurching towards the right.
Ed Miliband's humour and David Cameron's good mood made this prime minister's questions an oddly light-hearted one. MPs will have a spring in their step as they drift off for lunch this afternoon.
When it comes to his despatch box performances, Ed Miliband is barely living up to his job title as leader of the opposition.
Tony Blair has offered strong support to David Cameron on his approach to terrorism - and used the same TV interview to warn Ed Miliband of a "big challenge" facing the Labour party.
Labour is demanding an official investigation into allegations that Michael Gove's special advisers could have broken their code of conduct.
Review our live coverage as Ed Miliband and David Cameron clashed over the economy in this week's PMQs.
Like a rock legend obliged to reaffirm his greatness every few years or so with the release of a new album, so David Cameron is obliged to acknowledge events and the passing of time by actively holding his party together on Europe. It's a chore, but this old hand is getting very good at it.
David Cameron's Europe speech has had an electric effect on the Conservative party. This might just prove to be the PMQs which pushes the Tories over the line in 2015.
Follow our live coverage of PMQs here, as David Cameron reacts to news of the helicopter crash in Vauxhall.
David Cameron's former press secretary has called on broadcasters and ministers to review their "lazy assumption" against US-style political advertising in Britain.
Or, why politics in 2013 is going to be like an episode of 24…
Impatient speculating about the fate of the coalition and bickering over the economy mask the true scale of the challenge facing Britain's politicians in 2013.
Review our live coverage of the last PMQs before Christmas with our live blog.
Follow our live coverage of David Cameron trying to cheer Tory party spirits in prime minister's questions, as a weak winter sun shines down on Westminster.
Around them their respective backbenchers yelled and brayed, but the moment seemed to hold. Their eyes locked...
As the prime minister chillaxes with his customary glass of plonk, he'll think to himself: this wasn't quite the week I'd planned.
Conservative cheering couldn't drown out the memory of boos which greeted George Osborne at the Paralympics earlier this week.
First he's a mouse, next minute he's a chambermaid: are Tory MPs intent on turning their party leader into a character from Beatrix Potter?
An Australian hides behind Ecuador because Britain wants to give him to Sweden who might give him to America. It wasn't quite back to normal after the Olympics this week.
Britain's political leaders are jetting off to the Mediterranean for their summer holidays this week.