The Secretary of State for Leaving the European Union is a long-time Eurosceptic
The former Europe Minister was once a political rival of David Cameron
The Iraq Inquiry found Tony Blair's intelligence case for the war was not justified
Sir David Arness believes the report 'will be shocking and a damning indictment of that Government'
The Government is considering its options if the wake of its defeat on tax credits
The decision over whether prisoners should be entitled to vote could be handed to judges after moves to allow some offenders to take part in elections were overwhelmingly rejected by MPs.
All you need to know about the hottest literary topic of the week
Dateline Westminster: In the Commons, the vote is won. But outside, the tuition fee battle still rages.
Clegg confirms 5 May referendum on electoral reform
David Cameron and Nick Clegg were hit by a rebellion yesterday over their plan to hold a referendum on the voting system next May on the same day as elections to the Scottish Parliament, Welsh assembly and English councils.
A day after the love-in between David Cameron and Nick Clegg, the new coalition government came down to earth yesterday as Conservative MPs expressed doubts that the partnership would last.
His two children Nancy and Elwyn keep asking him: "Why is the election taking so long?", But after two precious nights of good sleep on Friday and Saturday, it seems David Cameron would be quite happy if it lasted even longer.
Tory immigration spokesman Damian Green pointed the finger of blame at ministers today after he was told he will not face charges in the Home Office leaks inquiry.
The former shadow home secretary David Davis today demanded a Commons statement from the Government on accusations that British agents tortured a man held in Guantanamo Bay.
The shadow Home Secretary answers your questions, such as 'Are you just keeping the seat warm for a more illustrious figure?' and 'What was your most expensive expenses claim?'
David Cameron ruled out an early return to the Tory front bench for David Davis after the former shadow home secretary's comfortable victory in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election.