Michael Gove, who has proved himself a compassionate reformer as Justice Secretary, now faces his toughest challenge – to keep prisoners safe
Data reveals sharp increases in prison violence since the Coalition government came to power in 2010, particuarly marked since the Conservative majority government entered office in 2015
The pair have been on holiday together and Ms Vine is godmother to the Camerons' youngest daughter
'It is disgraceful that the most deprived areas in our country are bearing the brunt of the Tory government’s ideological cuts to local services when the least deprived areas'
If this was the 'positive and optimistic case' for leaving the EU, you don't want to hear the negative and pessimistic one
After the Chancellor hit them yesterday with a £4,300-per-household bill for leaving the EU, we look at what Leave campaigners said in Westminster today and what they mean
“I am praying that we will wake from this sleepwalk to tragedy; and that the Scots vote no to divorce, and yes to Britain, the greatest political union ever," Boris Johnson wrote only two years ago
Justice Secretary faces accusations of hypocrisy over scaremongering claims
Union leader Christine Blower says Education Secretary isn't succeeding to mend rift since succeeding Michael Gove
Mr Gove also detailed his plans to allow governors greater powers over what went on in their own jails
The calls from the Labour benches for Mr Gove’s resignation over the Queen Brexit dispute went on and on
Tom Watson said the Justice Secretary's denial was 'less than categoric' and warned against a cover-up
The Sun predicted correctly when it said in the story that the claims “will explode a furious controversy” - but nobody can really be swayed by what the monarchy might have said five years ago anymore
Buckingham Palace has launched an official complaint and Nick Clegg called the story 'nonsense'
Russian propaganda is now firmly on the side of the Out campaign - and the Kremlin's aims are far scarier than the free trade economics of Michael Gove and Boris Johnson
His comments will undermine Cameron’s claim that the UK will be 'stronger, safer and better off' in the EU