AND so farewell Michael Gove, who will now go down in history as the minister who got locked in the lavatory.
Pray silence for one D Alexander, prominent politician from Invernesshire, contemplating the Coalition's bedroom tax last November.
Alistair Darling had a good banking crisis.
DAVID Cameron will risk deepening divisions between the UK and the EU this week by forcing leaders to vote on the next European Commission president if there is an attempt to rubber-stamp Jean-Claude Juncker in the role.
The UK Government is to give Holyrood the power to set the cap over payments that have been used to mitigate the impact of welfare reforms.