Andrew Pierce of the Daily Mail reports on a turbulent political week.
The senior Conservative David Davis and Labour's Margaret Beckett reflect on the economic threat from the Eurozone and question whether David Cameron was right to offer advice in public on the subject.
Tory backbenchers George Hollingbery and Stewart Jackson lift the veil on the election among Conservative MPs to the 1922 committee.
Labour peer David Lipsey and political writer Paul Richards offer their views on how Ed Miliband could cement his growing lead in the opinion polls.
And the former Lib Dem leader David Steel sounds a gloomy note on his party's ambition to see an elected House of Lords.
Editor: Peter Mulligan.