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David Davis and Michael Howard say that, if cleared, the former chief whip should be brought back.
Cameron's hope of a fantastic compromise over Britain's EU membership is fantasy.
The drift of some Tory MPs into a moralising absolutism is as big a threat as Ukip to the party's election chances.
In a dramatic shift, both the PM and the Mayor now speak of EU withdrawal as a reasonable option.
The Chancellor can do what’s best for the economy or retain the support of the Tory party faithful. He cannot do both.
Constable arrested on suspicion of leaking information about the incident to the press.
New ad in marginal seats contrasts "hardworking families" with those "who won't work".
A new banking deal shows what can be achieved when Tory backbench wreckers aren't stealing the show.
Faith minister Sayeeda Warsi, who attends cabinet, is the latest figure to raise concerns over the policy.