The Prime Minister offers rare continuity with David Cameron but vows to re-examine how the money is spent.
Elections disputes, toe-sucking scandals and guardsmen behind bars. It just goes to show, there are no new stories, only variants of old ones.
Our unquestioning idolatry of Winston Churchill prevents a true understanding of his life and career.
The eccentric opponents faced by Clement Attlee in 1929.
Sadiq Khan tells George Eaton he supports positive discrimination in Parliament, and that the British public “deserve” to see the Greens on televised debates.
Labour left out?
Both men are more the servants than the masters of their parties and face being overwhelmed by factionalism.
Another Soho landmark bites the dust.
How much longer will Nigel Farage be in charge? His deputy leader, Paul Nuttall, has his eye on the top job.
The party's membership has doubled since September to 40,879, just 635 behind Farage's party.
"Let it be known, like many of the parliamentary hopefuls in the upcoming election, I have no idea where South Thanet is. But did that stop Margaret Thatcher from saving the Falkland Islands? No."
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