'There is a special place in hell reserved for Boris. We need to get behind Theresa. She’s the grown up,' says source close to David Cameron
The peer was a key figure in ceasefire negotiations with the IRA
'I am seriously considering joining the Tory party, just so I can stop Gove or Boris becoming PM in October'
The Prime Minister announced his intention to resign following the result of the EU referendum
John Major tried to put Britain ‘at the heart of Europe’ but ended up declaring ‘game, set and match’
The political party system is tottering and will soon collapse. But there are ways we can fix our damaged democracy
If your house caught fire and you were hanging out of the window screaming for the emergency services, you wouldn't welcome a rescuer armed with matches and a can of petrol
David Cameron's referendum was supposed to settle the EU issue for a generation. It would be ironic if it recreated the mayhem of the Major years
Reforms to the labour market and the way companies are run might feel un-Conservative, but they would help to tackle its ‘party of the rich’ image, reinforced by the Panama Papers revelations about Cameron’s wealth
Eight years after replacing David Cameron, Boris Johnson acknowledges that no victory in democratic history has been more pyrrhic
Our City Editor analyses the volatility in markets – and what that means for you and your family's finances
Kent police granted 12-month extension to investigate breaches of electoral spending limit
'I’ve been away for a few days as I had an important question to ask,' says Davidson
If Cameron survives his self-made scare, his list of Bills provides the bare bones of a Tory strategy in the political centre ground. But it will require a lot more flesh – and money – to turn the rhetoric into reality
His attacks on the public sector, on disabled people, and young people are entirely ideologically driven: he has just been exceptional at hiding it
Former London mayor says attempts to recreate 'golden age' of the Romans always end 'tragically'