3. Chukka Umunna gets jiggy with Will Smith.
Labour’s shadow business secretary (yes, the man in the suit) somehow ended up on stage in Brixton, bopping along to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Sadly, we only have very grainy footage of this important cultural event.
5. Chris Huhne has his face crushed by a camera lens.
Next time you feel low, imagine being the former Liberal Democrat environment secretary when he arrived at court to be sentenced for perverting the course of justice and was whacked by a photographer.
7. Ed Balls meets a girl on a toy horse on Oxford Street.
10. George Osborne inadvertantly dominates the news agenda after tweeting a picture of him eating a Byron Burger.
Putting final touches to the speech #SR2013
(Which resulted in this front page.)
11. Communities secretary Eric Pickles hits back at George Osborne.
Putting final touches to the LGA speech #lgaconf13
12. Eric Pickles’ local paper hits out at Eric Pickles.
The best thing about your sis having Eric Pickles as her local MP is that sometimes she sends you things like this
14. Boris Johnson gets on this horse.
That’s a cycle helmet, Boris.
15. Keith Vaz sings the songs of Grease.
The publicity-shy MP donned a leather jacket, channelled the spirit of John Travolta and entertained the crowd at a fundraiser in Leicester.
16. Iain Dale tackles a man holding a “No Nukes” sign at Labour party conference.
Dale published the memoirs of ex-spin doctor Damian McBride – the most talked-about political book of the year.
At some point along the line this led to him tackling an anti-nuclear protestor to the ground during a TV intervie.
Meanwhile the dog – wearing a “No Nukes” sign – took the opportunity to attack its owner.
17. Alan Duncan wins Westminster Dog of the Year.
MPs bring in their pooches for the competition every September. And take it as seriously as any parliamentary battle, organised by The Kennel Club and the Dogs Trust.
(Duncan even made a manifesto for his dog.)
18. The Sunday Sport attacks Ed Miliband.
19. Ed Miliband declares war on the Sunday Sport.
The paper has since given the Labour leader its prized “parliamentarian of the year” award.
20. David Cameron falls asleep in a four poster bed and is captured in the background of his sister-in-law’s Instagram.
That red box contains his ministerial papers.
21. UKIP politician Godfrey Bloom hits journalist Michael Crick over the head with his own leaflet following an argument about the lack of non-white faces in the pamphlet and whether you can say that women who don’t clean behind the fridge are “sluts”.
OK, that was definitely the most bizarre political moment of the year.