Parliamentary Business: Gossips in the Conservative parliamentary party believe Mr Osborne and Mr Johnson will struggle to retain their pre-eminence until Mr Cameron steps down
Mayor of London accuses Labour of 'tricking' public over three million influx of migrants during its 13 years in government
Beard informs and entertains without ever patronising her readers
If humbled by the high Tory backbench turn-out for Treasury Questions, the Chancellor was anything but humble
Home Affairs: Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has the country's most political, and arguably its toughest, policing job
Meanwhile, Boris Johnson says he is 'seriously considering' introducing such a measure for London
Over croissants and coffee, the mayors of the world's most influential cities met to discuss what they might (and might not) learn from each other
Mayor of London is one of a growing number of senior Tories warning the Chancellor of the impact of tax credit cuts on the lowest earners
The Mayor tackled Toki Sekiguchi
Mayor of London warns of the dangers of low immigration - a week after Conservative leadership rival Theresa May said net impact of mass migration was 'close to zero'
No 10 also privately endorses decision by Karren Brady to take a leading role in the Britain Stronger In Europe campaign
The £175m bridge is set to be opened in 2018
Boris is back. It was the day of the contenders (or pretenders, in several cases) as Cabinet ministers jockeyed to keep themselves in the running to be our next PM. Early days. Several will unseat themselves. And it is far too soon to get excited about a leadership contest. The Chancellor jokes rather unkindly that Labour may beat the Tories to it.
He was helped by following Theresa May, whose assault on immigration was the most right-wing in recent memory
Unlike his leadership opponents, the Mayor has not underrated the power of social skills such as office bitching, and making people like him
Boris Johnson may have been pelted with balls on his way into the Conservative Party conference but he received a rapturous welcome inside, earning cheers, laughs and a standing ovation with his speech.