Here's a selection of comments we had in after Arsenal's woeful performance against Swansea at the Emirates Saturday.
The US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, and British foreign secretary, William Hague, have launched attacks on an Israeli decision to build fresh settlements on occupied territory in the West Bank.
The job of leader of the opposition is often described as the loneliest in politics, but that doesn't seem to bother Ed Miliband.
Nigel Farage, the leader of Ukip, has claimed his party could win the European elections in 2014, as a poll shows that 13% of voters support his party.
When George Osborne stands up to deliver his autumn statement at 12.30 on Wednesday, his attention may be diverted by the arch expression of the ebullient shadow chancellor, Ed Balls.
As farewell parties go, this one ended in happy tears for the departing, though not without some gatecrashers threatening to ruin proceedings. David Beckham ended the playing part of his American adventure with a second consecutive MLS Cup, as LA Galaxy and Houston Dynamo stuck to the Hollywood script with a Galaxy win.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for Inter Milan’s Wesley Sneijder as Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs get a year older but signing the Dutchman could be one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s biggest mistakes.
'Woeful' was the text I received from the Emirates just after the final whistle. The Arsenal fans, of course, are really revolting now.
This was intended to be the beginning of Arsenal's comeback, a riposte to the statisticians who had been totting up the verdict on the north London club's season so far and reached a gloomy conclusion: the worst points return of the Wenger era.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger revealed in his pre-match press conference ahead of their clash with Everton this week that he intends to purchase one, maybe two, in the imminent January transfer window. But who are the main contenders?