It's extraordinary that it has taken an election to finally get clarity on the biggest issue facing the UK.
Livingstone is unrepentant and only expulsion would have sent the right message about anti-Semitism.
Facebook is so powerful he thinks the network is untouchable - but the moral hypocrisy is clearer than ever.
Schools have started banning the latest playground craze "JoJo bows".
Publicly-owned RBS is losing billions and still pays its bosses bonuses, so let's privatise it again.
Politicians are scared to talk about tax rises – but a penny on income tax would raise £5.5bn a year.
We all know how bad it is, yet still we carry on stuffing our fridges with perishable food, because we can.
Donald Trump met Theresa May face-to-face for the first time at the White House on 27 January.
I've seen mothers refuse to move on buses when a person in a wheelchair gets on.
The acting profession loves to take itself seriously, but tuxedos are less interesting than gowns.
Thatcher's legacy lives on, but Jones portrayed women as needy, marriage-obsessed and preoccupied with weight.
Is the cost of May's leather trousers really the problem, or the fact a 60-year-old woman wore them?
Getting a 'grey army' working changes how society sees the elderly: active and social, not hidden and isolated.
Pensioners account for 55% of all welfare spending, yet Tories continue to protect them from cuts.
After January when Trump is inaugurated, Farage will see his power and access snatched away.
Women should not automatically vote for woman, but think what a Trump presidency would mean for feminism.
He is far from a "nasty Tory" – but the label is still potent.
350 years since the Great Fire of London, our leaders are still choosing the cheapest option.
When Corbyn loses the 2020 election, Cooper, Benn and Umunna will have their chance
She is coming to the end of her eight-year term as First Lady with no negative baggage.
This was the most isolationist, contradictory speech delivered by a party leader in recent times.
May should by now be in command and control, but Cameron's allies are intent on guarding his legacy.
I am sure millions would watch another BBC baking competition judged by Berry and presented by Mel and Sue.