The Europhobes are never satisfied, as David Cameron discovered to his cost. Toss them a bone and they demand a whole carcass
May will become Britain’s second female Prime Minister
There are huge questions for Great Britain that remain painfully unanswered
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'
‘I’ve talked to her, she’s actually mortified about that, really genuinely mortified,’ says Mr Duncan Smith
A split in the Labour Party in the event of Mr Corbyn winning a leadership contest now seems all but inevitable and the prospect of a victory for Andrea Leadsom raises the possibility of the most dramatic realignment in British politics in decades
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Sod Tony Blair-style charisma and the cult of the passionate leader. Look where that got us...
Mr Clarke was shown calling Theresa May a ‘difficult woman’ and dismissing the idea of Boris Johnson as PM ‘ridiculous’
'I don't want my daughter to be taught by a woman with a veil covering her face'
Theresa May has come under attack for refusing to face MPs on issue, as Nigel Farage is latest party leader to quit
Boris Johnson's former campaign manager says Justice Secretary behind stories leaked to press
Mr Clarke said the former Education Secretary would struggle to gain MPs' trust
These are turbulent times. Who would you want to drive you through a blizzard, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?
Boris Johnson shocked the Conservative Party by pulling out of the leadership race on Thursday
With the humiliation of Boris, the Conservative Party has begun its process of healing – and Michael Gove has already shown the one quality all Prime Ministers need