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The Home Secretary said immigration threatens social cohesion, forces down wages and pushes people out of work
New biography makes it clear one of the most convoluted of government power struggles was a battle between two egos
'It is not merely stunned, it has ceased to be, expired and gone to meet its maker'
The Health Secretary says the move would save money and improve patient safety at the same time
The Prime Minister must fire up the compassionate Conservatism that won him the party leadership
The young man could be seen laughing and waving a copy of the Daily Telegraph newspaper at protesters before the egg hit him square in the forehead
From riots to champagne quaffing, what to expect from the Tories' first party conference since their election triumph
'People talk about the American Dream, but what we’re talking about is how do you create the British Dream?'
The Health Secretary is appealing to junior doctors not to stage their first nationwide strike in more than three decades
'Junior doctors are the most hard working and in some ways the most under-valued employees in the NHS - they are taking the strain on the front line week in, week out'
Allegations about the treatment of activists, and the apparent suicide of a campaigner, have meant some last-minute adjustments to the Conservatives’ timetable in Manchester
Ipsos Mori survey finds nearly twice as many people prefer the Mayor of London over George Osborne
Mayor of London's paresnt says he 'does behave in quite a daft way'
- Allegations made in Call Me Dave have sparked headlines across the world
- The book will now be published a week earlier than planned
MPs voted to legalise gay marriage in February 2013 but fewer than half of Conservative MPs backed the Prime Minister on the issue
A judge ruled that fraud charges against Alexander Temerko in Russia amounted to political persecution