The Manifesto we both fought on was crystal clear on the matter of the EU. It said bring key powers back home
US diplomat Paul Bremer was pelted with shoes at a meeting in the British Parliament this week - exclusive footage
Matthew Gould's comments reveal an institutional catatonia at the FCO. One that will ensure Britain's role in the Middle East declines in perpetuity
John Redwood MP reviews the Department of Work and Pensions' performance in controlling its spending
The coalition government should spend less time worrying about the headlines and more time trying to get the policy right - that starts with the economy, writes The Rt Hon John Redwood MP
The Coalition's sixty month plan could work well but it will require strong action to keep things moving.
David Cameron is so very wrong on the minimum pricing for alcohol units. It’s illiberal; it’s un-conservative and will cause a ‘moonshine culture’ in Britain
Prospective representative of the people? We insist you try this simple test to find out if you are of sound and proper character for the post
Tomorrow, the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign is holding a 'lobby day' in Parliament - let's have a look inside.
The Tories don't have a taxation policy outside what is demanded of them by civil servants at HM Treasury... for shame
Neither Boris Johnson nor George Osborne have shown that they will continue to modernise the Conservative party.
Frank Manning gives us his impressions of the Select Committee hearings from which Rupert and James Murdoch have just emerged.
We offer 3 scenarios on what will happen when Murdoch goes before parliament in full glare of global media publicity. What do you think?
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