On one account Ed Miliband decided to tell David Cameron on Monday he would not be at prime minister's questions on Wednesday because he wanted to campaign in Scotland, and somehow, either in the meeting or shortly afterwards, it emerged the Tory leader would also skip PMQs for Scotland.
Is it only 20 years ago that Tony Blair, that fresh-faced boy and his wife, Cherie, stood before the cameras as the new face of the Labour party?
If you want an idea of the reverence with which Sir Alex Ferguson is held, Twitter has an easy guideline: more than Margaret Thatcher, but less – so far – than the new Pope.
I was just 16-years-old when I wrote to Margaret Thatcher. It was 1975, and she had just become Leader of the Conservative Party.
An urgent review of security precautions was under way in London last night for Baroness Thatcher’s funeral Wednesday and Sunday’s marathon.
Britain is a deeply divided country.
Former Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher’s death on Monday, aged 87, has thrown up a conundrum for football.
Whatever you think about her legacy, there's little doubt Margaret Thatcher – or her advisers anyway – knew how to work a look.