Ruth Davidson is a Christian, gay, kick-boxing army reservist who made a passionate case for the EU and has transformed the fortunes of the Tories in Scotland.
The party's backbenchers recognise that political instability could allow them to increase their influence over the leadership.
The broadcasters' new offer of a seven-way panel means the Tories are willing to negotiate.
The party’s leader, and future prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has vowed to end Greece’s “five years of humiliation and pain”.
The idea that there are "right" and "wrong" things to campaign about is not only controlling, it hampers the fight against all inequality.
The party's policies do not measure up to the needs of post-recession Britain.
Legendary fashion designer and political activist, Vivienne Westwood, believes "there's not a hair to put between" Labour and the Tories.
The party recognises the danger that the Tories could win by taking a large number of seats off the Lib Dems.
For the last few years, aspiring MPs and councillors who have a disability have been able to get help from the Access to Elected Office fund. But it's being closed in March.
True conservatives should call greed to account and be as sceptical of big business as they are of big government.
Middle to higher income households, according to a report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, have actually escaped “remarkably unscathed” from the coalition’s austerity drive.
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