If you wonder what the attitude of world leaders to the crisis in Ukraine is, you are not alone - I don't think they know either.
George Osborne's warning to Scotland that independence means walking away from the pound leaves Alex Salmond in a curious position.
Labour are riding a populist wave with their vow to tax the wealthiest more. But as a long term strategy, it seems rather risky to me.
David Cameron talks about a rise in the minimum wage, economic recovery and the inevitable bust - one day, during his annual trip to Davos.
Chancellor George Osborne has said that the country can afford an above-inflation increase in the national minimum wage ahead of elections.
Ed Miliband refused to engage in the usual abuse-hurling during PMQs - a change in strategy for the Labour leader?
There is little doubt that George Osborne wanted the headline of the Autumn Statement to be; 'growth is up, up, up'.
Even by the standards of past disagreements, the row over free school meals is pretty splenetic.
You can argue Mr Rusbridger was right to publish the Snowden leaks, or that he was wrong, but some of the name calling is rather childish.
First Minister Alex Salmond assumes the UK would cling to a currency union with an independent Scotland, but is this politically wise?