Most political parties which collectively shoot themselves in the foot again and again eventually learn their lesson. Not the Conservatives.
Nigel Farage on the nasty end of a protest in Scotland. If you want to know where giant penises come into this, you'll have to read it. Sorry.
James Wharton, the Tory eurosceptic who will carry his party's hopes of an EU referendum in the Cameron-endorsed bill, has a surprisingly colourful early political career.
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg covered for David Cameron at PMQs this week. Review his progress in fielding questions from MPs here.
Read David Cameron's draft bill on an EU referendum - in full and unedited.
The Conservatives are sabotaging their own Queen's Speech just for a symbolic vote on Europe. What exactly is going on?
The House of Commons will debate the cost of living and economic growth, and the transport committee will look into accessible transportation for people with disabilities with a host of witnesses offering expert opinions.
The Queens Speech comes apart at the seams almost as quickly as the omnishambles Budget.
The resignation of Sir Alex Ferguson, Michael Gove's bashing of the Mr Men books, and Nadine Dorries.
Education secretary Michael Gove has launched a scathing attack on teachers' enthusiasm for providing pupils with 'relevant' material, as he prepares for a major overhaul of the national curriculum. Read it in full here.
Win one of three pairs of top-price tickets to see the celebrated performance of The Winslow Boy at The Old Vic.
Read Ed Miliband's Commons statement on the Queen's Speech - in full and unedited.
Read about all the bills in the Queen's Speech 2013 with our complete briefing.
Read the PM's speech to the Somalia Conference - in full and unedited.
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.
UKIP shakes up the political scene by taking councilor seats from the established parties, and two BBC veterans, broadcaster Stuart Hall and Coronation Street star William Roache, get arrested on alleged sex crimes committed decades ago.
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.
All the new developments in the local elections as they happen, with our celebrated live blog.
"When I met Nigel Farage we both had our dicks out. Mind you, it was the gents' toilet. Here, that would make a bloody good headline."
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