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?
Claims a shadowy military force were tasked with shooting IRA Volunteers - armed or not - are worrying, but not in the least surprising.
Conservative brand still damaged despite economic recovery
Today's growth forecast may seem to be good news for the Coalition, but the increasing cost of living could cause problems at the polls.
Everyone knows Britain no longer rules the waves, but we may never be sure of the motives that have kept Scottish shipbuilding in business.
A politician once noted for his pointed interventions has been rather well-behaved of late. You'd almost think there had been a deal.
Our curious national identity is the top topic on The Agenda tonight after News at Ten, with guests including Harriet Harman and Dan Snow.