There is a whole host of political analysis around at the moment, and I must admit that even as someone who lives and breathes politics I haven't been able to keep up. However, great events often lead to greater coverage and analysis and that is definitely the case here.
So if you're looking for some reading material this Sunday to try and make sense of everything that has happened, I'd suggest you start with the following:
- Tim Shipman for the Sunday Times on the Week of the Long Knives in the Tory Party.
- Jonathan Freedland in The Guardian reminds us we shouldn't forget what Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have done to the country.
- James Lyons, again for the Sunday Times, has the inside track on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour coup.
- Stephen Bush in the New Statesman talks about how all of the above is providing a nice distraction for people who can't bear to think about how damaging Brexit will actually be.
I could have included a dozen other pieces in here, as there has been a plethora of superb analysis done in the last week.
Have a favourite piece that I missed? Add it in the comments below!