Elections disputes, toe-sucking scandals and guardsmen behind bars. It just goes to show, there are no new stories, only variants of old ones.
Speculation about a split on the right is nothing new – as far back as 1846, when Robert Peel repealed the Corn Laws, the “battle for the soul” of the Conservative Party was underway.
The people’s representatives should be able to exercise their democratic role, whether it is convenient for the prime minister or not.
Ukip leader says "For half the country it benefited them, for the other half it didn't."
To overthrow the neoliberal settlement, the party must emulate the radicalism of the Conservative prime minister.
Meeting the man behind Spitting Image's rubbery Maggie.
The distribution of power that the former PM laments was created by the surge in inequality under the Conservatives in the 1980s.
For the Tories, Margaret Thatcher remains beyond reproach. It’s this that will stop them from winning.
Reactions to her death quickly turned from the personal to the political.
The PM contradicts himself - is he a Thatcherite or not?