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Michael Gove and William Hague: New jobs in an old government

PMQs verdict: Tories prefer cheers to 'annihilation'

The Conservative backbenchers won PMQs this week

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  • Politics very rarely gets this sort of reaction, to be honest

    The Week in Review: Same-olds and surprises

    This week some shockers appeared from nowhere, bubbling up from the Westminster news swamp. And emitting a thoroughly unpleasant smell.

  • Nigel Evans' exit from the deputy Speaker job left MPs uncertain how to react

    Sketch: Downfall of a deputy

    The discomfort in the Commons chamber was palpable. MPs just didn't know how to respond to the dramatic, emotionally-laden resignation speech from deputy Speaker Nigel Evans.

  • It's not quite the Ashes, but prime minister's questions will have to do

    PMQs as it happened

    David Cameron continued his coruscating attacks on the Labour-union fiasco in PMQs this lunchtime. Review how Ed Miliband coped here.

  • Ed Miliband was left defenceless and vulnerable by Falkirk's selection farrago

    PMQs verdict: Labour bludgeoned into submission

    Unite's alleged machinations in Falkirk left Ed Miliband defenceless and vulnerable - and David Cameron showed no mercy as he brutally rammed his advantage down the Labour party's throat.

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