LGBT people are at an increased risk of falling victim to hate crime, the incidences of which continue to rise. That being the case, it is wholly reasonable to question the 18 per cent cut in real terms to police budgets – safety is not at the heart of policymaking
Rather than challenging some of the truly remarkable things he has said in public office, we have created our very own version of Donald Trump
Dominic Raab, the former Justice minister, is among the latest casualties
The potential for tension between new Cabinet members to descend into squalid squabbling is plain to see
'Listen to this: Britain has the lowest social mobility in the developed world,' David Cameron said in a speech five years after he became Prime Minister, which was about as encouraging as what May has said this week
It is what she does – or does not do – to Labour that will offer the best early guide to her potential. Were Cameron in her kitten heels with George Osborne advising him, you know what he would do
Cameron's gang of W10 homeowners shared childcare and booked holidays together. But, unlike her predecessor, Theresa May knows what it’s like to be excluded from a glittering circle
The new Prime Minister’s economic plans appeared to have been plucked from the former Labour leader’s pitch at the 2015 general election
From her religious upbringing to her meticulous decision-making to her penchant for Alpine treks, Ms May has been described as a woman with 'no wild side'
In her aborted campaign for the job, May said she would stick to a fixed-term parliament and wait until 2020. But when Gordon Brown took power in 2007 and he hesitated over a snap election, she said he was ‘running scared of the people’s verdict’
When she directly rebuffed George Osborne and whether she actually means it about school reform
'It's the death of the Tory party today,' says Arron Banks, co-founder of the Leave.EU campaign
Sod Tony Blair-style charisma and the cult of the passionate leader. Look where that got us...
Ms Leadsom has previously refused to rule out the prospect of Mr Farage taking part in future Brexit talks in the event of her leadership
'There is a big job before us: to unite our party and the country, to negotiate the best possible deal as we leave the EU, and to make Britain work for everyone'
Andrea Leadsom's claim to be the new Margaret Thatcher could prove popular with party members