George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman.
Polish-born Daniel Kawczynski tells Tory colleagues: "Their contributions in income tax outstrip any benefits they may get many times over".
Leader says that local authorities must comply with legal requirement for balanced finances.
Labour's deputy leader tells David Cameron: "We own liberty just as much as he does, indeed more so".
David Davis warned that "at least a dozen" Conservative would oppose ending the upper chamber's veto over secondary legislation.
Jeremy Corbyn and his MPs are locked in a cold war - and a permanent arms race.
The Labour leader was unruffled by the PM's blunt insults.
The PM's odyssey is less important to the referendum outcome than suggested.
Since their victory, the Conservatives have introduced a battery of measures to weaken the opposition and reduce accountability.
The shadow first secretary of state amused and impressed at her debut.
Shadow culture secretary Michael Dugher backs "Agent of Change" principle to protect venues against developers.
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