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'
But Boris Johnson's clowning is a disservice to democracy: the British people deserve to hear a better case for Britain to leave the EU
Senior Government officials, however, believe European leaders would not be prepared to offer the UK special status
“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
'If we vote to remain ... the eurozone countries have a permanent and unstoppable majority allowing them to set the agenda and overrule British interests,' Justice Secretary claims
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
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
This scrape may be Michael Gove’s last as a Cabinet minister for a while
Magistrate Richard Page had said: 'There is not sufficient evidence to convince me that placing a child in the care of a same-sex couple can be as holistically beneficial to a child as placing them with a mum and dad'
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
Announcement will be seen as further attempt by Justice Secretary to distance himself from predecessor Chris Grayling
If motion passes, students could put pressure on the Government to 'urgently implement policies'