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
Cox was by instinct a unifier, a bridge-builder who wanted to see a more consensual politics. But social media is taking us in the other direction
If we leave the EU, the Conservatives have a blueprint for scrapping workers' rights
The social policies once proposed by the pro-Brexit Iain Duncan Smith were described by the European Court of Justice as 'unfit for a modern democracy' and 'verging on frighteningly authoritarian'
Kent police granted 12-month extension to investigate breaches of electoral spending limit
My Johnson's father, Ray, says his son was caught up in a 'victimisation campaign'
Lord Waldegrave said the policy would discriminate against the privately educated
Prime Minister warned that vote of no confidence is 'highly likely'
Former London mayor says attempts to recreate 'golden age' of the Romans always end 'tragically'
The best way to support the Labour Party is to behave like one of those angry football supporters who screams that their manager should be sacked if they lose one game
In the first year of a Conservative government free of their coalition partners, there have been several major reversals
It's been one year since the Conservatives won the General Election, and things have only gone from bad to worse
'Osbornomics' alone would not see the Chancellor to victory in a Tory leadership race. If his policies fail, he wouldn't even hobble to the starting line
'I think that this will raise questions around politicians publishing futher information about themselves'
Had our Prime Minister a decent imagination, he'd have told his mother to keep her £200,000
Whatever else people think of Corbyn, they know he is unlikely to have benefited from an offshore trust fund