Jeremy Corbyn manages to blunder into yet another anti-Semitism row. We explore why the Labour leader seems incapable of confronting this toxic issue.
He found it far easier to deal with Owen Smith, but with three-quarters of Labour members apparently backing a second EU referendum, was sacking him the right move?
With a year left until Brexit, is it finally time for its most fervent opponents to admit the referendum result can't be undone?
And we find out about the political party that wants to end crime by making children write out 100 lines.