The former PM opted to take three months salary in lieu of his full ministerial pension
If you knew the facts about the civil war in Libya, you would understand why we wished the air strikes had come sooner. White British people advocating on my behalf keep calling it 'neo-colonialism', but that's not the truth
The suggestion that David Cameron should have waited to see what Gaddafi did next undermines the credibility of this report – which is a pity, because most of its other recommendations are sensible
Their report calls on the Foreign Office to reassess its claim that rescue operations create a 'pull factor'
Nobody knew what this decomposing political corpse stood for until the end, but now we do: all he ever believed in was keeping his job
The youngest ex-Prime Minister in a hundred years might have three decades of public service left in him, but hasn't the public already been served enough?
As the former Prime Minister steps down as an MP, our Chief Political Commentator looks back at his uneven record
'While he may have walked away, the problems his austerity has created for the people of this country remain'
The former PM said he would trigger a by-election in Witney
Former Prime Minister denies departure prompted by Theresa May's controversial grammar schools policy
Former Education Secretary becomes latest Tory politician to condemn Ms May’s proposal
David Cameron failed to deliver on a promise to prohibit their use while he was in power
Former Prime Minister is reported to have bumped up salaries of some advisors by £18,000 at a time when public pay sector pay rises were capped much lower
Some credit should be reserved for Tony Blair, who won the 2012 Olympics for London, boosting the prestige and motivation of British sport, but I’m not generally allowed to mention him
As Sadiq Khan, a shrewd EU watcher, has noted, inserting a rushed UK withdrawal from Europe into a crucial election year in both France and Germany is not smart
Without the EU referendum, we would be living under a Miliband government. In the second of two articles our Chief Political Commentator examines the argument against deciding complex questions by referendums by trying to imagine what would have happened if our constitution ruled them out