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Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said that 'we can't leave it to other countries to keep our streets safe'
The Chancellor is the front-runner to succeed his friend and ally Mr Cameron
The PM described nuclear bombs as 'the ultimate insurance policy' and said the attack could be 'justified'
His intervention could harm Mr Cameron’s attempt to wring concessions from Britain’s EU partners ahead of the in/out referendum
'People talk about the American Dream, but what we’re talking about is how do you create the British Dream?'
Two Belize banks belonging to a company controlled by one of the Conservative Party’s leading donors have become part of a wider US tax probe
New reports Cameron's free childcare election pledge will fall short by £1bn a year
In the second part of his series, our respected commentator says Vladimir Putin’s military intervention could hasten the war’s end
His criticism follows a call by members of the US-led coalition fighting Isis for Russia to stop civilian deaths
The Health Secretary is appealing to junior doctors not to stage their first nationwide strike in more than three decades
It is not too ugly a caricature to say that the Conservatives like a good party, and as they gather for their conference, they have plenty enough excuse to drain Manchester’s stocks of champagne dry.
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
The Prime Minister has said he plans to step down before the next General Election
Despite Cameron's desire for airstrikes, the UK is yet to take action
Russian officials confirmed war planes had conducted missions over the north of Syria
Yet the Prime Minister won't even apologise for the gross injustices of the slave trade