Kim Sengupta was in Beghazi in 2011 when the rebel-held city looked on the brink of falling to Gaddafi’s forces, days before British and French planes began bombing. Now, as a scathing Commons report comes out detailing David Cameron’s lack of preparation, he charts Libya’s transition to chaos and infighting after the intervention
The scathing verdict comes just one day after Mr Cameron’s sudden announcement that he will leave Westminster immediately
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?
The PM stepped down as an MP in a surprise move on Monday
A life after Westminster beckons as the Witney MP decides not to sit out his time on the back benches after all
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
The Liberal Democrats supported the Conservatives in government between 2010 and 2015
The Government made the pledge a year ago
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
'It is about time they restored a little bit of faith in the honour's system and gave a knighthood to someone who deserves it, a true people’s champion'
It may be August, but the Brexit sitcom is still pumping out its best material. In these rarefied times, these are the issues that matter
He accused Theresa May of 'turning a blind eye' to the situation
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