Theresa May, Michael Gove, Stephen Crabb, Andrea Leadsom and Liam Fox are running for leader
The Home Secretary will present herself as the unity candidate to bring the Conservative Party and the country back together after Brexit
One possible candidate has listed a ‘pub price watch’ as one of his priority campaigns. Students: take from that what you will
Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb and Business Secretary Sajid Javid are reportedly considering standing on a joint ticket
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David Cameron has faced calls to include the opposing argument in the taxpayer-funded information campaign
The cost of the promotional push is greater than the £7m each the formal Leave and Remain camps will be allowed to spend by law during the last 10 weeks of the campaign
'What I am saying is that I think he would find it extraordinarily difficult to suddenly change sides again'
Towards the end of a lifetime of networking, someone asked that glacial charlatan-genius Andy Warhol if there were anyone left he still had a desire to meet.
One officer facing compulsory redundancy said: 'I have given my whole life to the Army. I feel helpless. There is no morale in the brigade, it is very, very bad'
The MPs have rejected Mr Cameron's contention that the armed forces could cope with a 'full spectrum' of operations
Military action in Libya has been "extraordinarily successful" and demonstrates Britain's continued scope for overseas missions in the wake of the defence review, Liam Fox said today.
The international community must show no sign of "wavering" in its resolve to protect the Libyan people from Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's forces, Defence Secretary Liam Fox warned today.
Ministers across the Government have been ordered to find extra resources for armed forces personnel and veterans in an attempt to mask a U-turn on David Cameron's pledge to enshrine the Military Covenant in law.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox will launch a crackdown on ballooning costs at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) this week as figures show projects are running £8.8 billion over budget.