BREAKING: Labour have a policy. A whole one. Not a mouldy one they've peeled out from the bottom pages of an old manifesto and shoved into the microwave, or an indignant criticism of a Conservative policy.
Government officials should avoid the temptation to define an 'acceptable level of fraud', MPs have said, as a probe into allegations of malpractice at a major government contractor continues.
Further drastic cuts to the welfare budget are being considered in No 10, according to reports.
Ministers have vowed to press ahead with their 'bedroom tax' on under-occupied council housing, after yet another government defeat in the Lords.
We were told the welfare reform fight was over, that the government's cynical use of the rulebook meant further resistance by the Lords was futile. It's now becoming clear that is far from the case.
The coalition is pushing its welfare reform bill through parliament despite a storm of opposition from angry claimants.
Ministers are using parliamentary rules to prevent the Lords causing further setbacks to the coalition's welfare reforms.
This week wasn't just depressingly typical. Think about it: it contained, in microcosm, all the themes of British politics in the aftermath of the 2010 general election.
Peers rejected the government's welfare reform bill yet again last night, in the largest Lords defeat yet for the coalition.
The government is going on the offensive after its benefit cap defeat last night, attacking Labour and vowing to reverse the changes.