In 1979, the Tories won despite Jim Callaghan's lead over Margaret Thatcher. Cameron's lead over Miliband isn't enough to guarantee Tory success.
Speculation grows that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport could be abolished in the Spending Review, with its functions hived off to other departments.
Yet another Conservative politician is caught making it up.
Unquestionably competent, but “a cold fish”, Philip Hammond is emerging as an unlikely contender in the race to become the next Tory leader.
Our aid commitment, properly targeted, is first and foremost about our own security and economic interests.
It is not helpful for a man about to stand trial to remind everyone just how well he knows "David".
We need to focus on the challenges and implement solutions regardless of how uncomfortable it is for our establishment elite.
What the Conservative rule book says about a vote of no confidence and a leadership election.
Without greater long-term investment, the relaxation of ratios is extremely unlikely to lead to the savings promised by ministers.
Theresa May is "determined" to act to give the police new powers to monitor internet use.