In another blue-on-blue attack, friends of Shaun Bailey claim he was sidelined by Cameron's Etonian aides.
After allegations of mistreatment of disabled and agency workers, the government should consider asking Tesco to repay the generous grants it has received, says Conservative MP Robert Halfon.
Were the EU referendum amendment passed, Cameron would either have to resign or abandon centuries of parliamentary convention.
Contrary to Nigel Lawson, the EU is not a monstrous bureaucracy, but the policy mix of austerity and reform is failing.
A new poll by Lord Ashcroft contradicts previous findings and shows that more than half of Scots believe Trident should be replaced.
The party seeks to set the coalition parties against each other after Clegg warns that relaxing ratios could damage the quality of childcare.
UKIP is the British version of a Europe-wide rejection of mainstream, established politics.
The claim that 8,000 people moved into work as a result of the benefit cap is "unsupported by the official statistics", says the UK Statistics Authority.
Web-only extracts from Jason Cowley's interview with Eton headmaster Tony Little.
The election of Emma Lewell-Buck as MP South Shields was the latest example of how the party is widening its candidate pool.
With Cameron's party on 27% and Farage's on 17%, the gap between them is now smaller than the gap between Labour and the Tories.
The timing of the move is a political gift to Ed Miliband.
The Labour leader brilliantly ridiculed calls for a Tory-UKIP pact, but his borrowing problem remains.
Ed Miliband has said the state needs to change. He also needs to say how.
Britain should offer similar redress for its bloody colonial wars in Malaya, Aden, Cyprus and the north of Ireland.
There was little in the speech to revive growth and employment this side of the election. But can Labour take advantage?
"Royal Mail for sale. Queen's head privatised," the Labour MP declared today. We collect his most memorable bon mots from previous years.
Cameron's refusal to introduce a bill committing the UK to spending 0.7 per cent of GNI on aid is a breach of the coalition agreement.
After minimum alcohol pricing and plain cigarette packaging are dropped from the Queen's Speech, Labour and Tory MPs point to the election chief's connections.
If there is a lesson to be learned from the road not taken by New Labour, it is that economic reform and political reform are necessarily connected.
The Unite general secretary claims that my piece on him was "a distortion". Here's why it wasn't.
After confirming that he will stand for a seat, the UKIP leader is likely to have his eye on Boston and Skegness.
If, as Lawson predicts, Cameron's renegotiation strategy fails, the Tory party will suffer its worst split since the reform of the Corn Laws.
Ministers are motivated by the desire to make a quick buck, not by what is best for the taxpayer in the long-term.
At this stage of the electoral cycle, the party needs to be performing much better to justify hopes of a majority in 2015.
Five months after the Conservative whip was suspended from the MP for Bedfordshire, it has still not been restored.
UKIP won the day, but not because of Europe, a Tory MP may well defect and parliament will be hung after 2015.
South Shields was a terrible result, but the party is performing well in its parliamentary strongholds.
The party has already made 42 gains and is averaging 26 per cent of the vote in those areas where it stood.