The government has pencilled the Syria vote for Tuesday next week. How many Labour backbenchers will rebel against Jeremy Corbyn? And what will his shadow cabinet decide?
The former prime minister Gordon Brown passionately defends the tax credit system he created, but is less willing to pass comment on Jeremy Corbyn and his suitability as a future Labour PM.
I asked what it would say about David Cameron's "substantial" renegotiation if the whole negotiation was wrapped up and the vote done and dusted a year and a half before his original deadline.
The government has snapped back at headlines saying it's thrown in the towel on joining the US in attacking Syria. Is the Prime Minister discovering the limits of his authority?
David Cameron has made much of how the Commons has passed the tax credit changes and the Lords were defying the elected chamber when they voted against them on Monday.
The Chilcot blame game is in full flight today, everyone trying to make sure the public and the relatives of those who were killed or injured in Iraq don't blame them for the long, long wait.
"People are just frightened," one Tory MP said. He likened the atmosphere of fear to Gordon Brown's domination of Labour MPs ahead of his succession to the party leadership.
Nicola Sturgeon tried to put the second referendum issue to one side this morning so her conference would focus on the Holyrood elections. But she didn't put the issue in the long grass ... you can