Salacious gossip in the House of Commons, from the lobby's most acerbic wit.
And what his inevitable return tells us about politics today.
The paper's long history of privilege, conservatism and cronyism makes him the perfect fit.
MPs reluctantly pushed us another step towards catastrophe.
The Telegraph reported this week that the Bullingdon Club faces extinction because nobody wants to join it. Here's why that is a travesty.
The only opinion poll carried out since the killing showed that 45 percent of those polled wanting to remain in the EU, and 42 percent saying they'd vote to leave in the June 23 referendum.
Also, bad news also for political adverts that do actually attempt to appeal to marginalised groups!
Closing tax havens starts at home.
In the last week, politicians have been rushing to let the public see their private tax affairs. But what information should we actually be looking for on a tax return?
Don't think of it as something that will only happen in the distant future – these changes are making you poorer now.
'If politicians resigned because they didn't come through on their policies, we wouldn't have any politicians left.'
IDS and George Osborne's little spat is doing Labour's work for them.