Liz Truss suggests no work has been done in her department to introduce her predecessor's sweeping plans for prison reform
The former justice secretary was passed a note warning him of the wardrobe malfunction
Mr Clegg says Mr Gove was 'charm personified' when they had dinner together soon after the coalition was formed
Whatever happens next in terms of structures and international arrangements, the UK’s detachment from the EU could usher in a period of cultural rebirth
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He is the second major casualty from Mr Cameron's Cabinet, joining Osborne on the backbenches
It is reasonable to assume ‘Take Control’ was not meant to describe a situation in which referendum victory would lead to the sequential self-immolation of each of its architects
The Westminster Chainsaw Massacre is over. The Justice Secretary has finally been ousted from the Tory leadership race. But was it all worth it?
Leadsom is 'not happy' about the gay marriage law because of 'hurt caused to many Christians' – and Theresa May's track record isn't much better
Aide says Mr Gove would be prepared to spend 'two months taking a good thrashing from Theresa if that’s what it takes'
Next round of voting will place on Thursday and the following Tuesday until two candidates remain
Theresa May has come under attack for refusing to face MPs on issue, as Nigel Farage is latest party leader to quit
Around 64 per cent of Leave voters have a positive opinion of Home Secretary
Boris Johnson's former campaign manager says Justice Secretary behind stories leaked to press
A spokesman said Mr Gove accepts that candidates for the job of prime minister should be transparent about their income and tax affairs