The chaos in the Conservative Party is a distraction from the real priorities for people across the country: jobs, growth and living standards.
There are Conservatives who need routine evidence of treason to justify perpetual rebellion against their leader.
The Prime Minister's European strategy relies on an act of persuasion that he has proved himself incapable of pulling off.
The Conservative MP criticises the PM's U-turn and says "we should all be aware" of Lynton Crosby's links to the alcohol and tobacco industries.
David Cameron promised to lead "the most open and transparent government in the world", but he and his ministers have repeatedly manipulated data for political purposes.
Ed Miliband should hold his nerve and resist demands to make his own hasty referendum pledge.
After Gove and Hammond's interventions, the Prime Minister will find it harder to sit on the fence at his press conference with Obama today.
In another blue-on-blue attack, friends of Shaun Bailey claim he was sidelined by Cameron's Etonian aides.
Were the EU referendum amendment passed, Cameron would either have to resign or abandon centuries of parliamentary convention.
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.