Benedict Cumberbatch and Nicole Kidman are no-shows: PM has to settle for Cilla Black and Bruce Forsyth
One reason for that embarrassing phone call becomes clear as Baroness Ashton prepares to step down
Jury fails to reach verdict on two other charges faced by Coulson after Cameron's premature apology
Down and out in Brussels and London: not a good week for David Cameron, and it's due to get worse
Leaked tape of two Polish politicians discussing his strategy shows just how isolated Cameron is
One-time Labour luvvie backs out of gala dinner at protest over treatment of BBC DJ
Jean-Claude Juncker still expected to be appointed at next week's summit over Cameron's objections
Peace breaks out in Commons over Iraq crisis after new poll shows Labour leader is failing to impress
Former PM insists Iraq nightmare 'was always going to happen': you need help, says Boris Johnson
Government under pressure to do something about British jihadists joining Islamist takeover campaign
Miliband and Balls vindicated for banging on about cost of living crisis – but still the Blairites complain
Leadership rival May has her wings clipped – while IMF's Lagarde confesses 'We were wrong about UK'
Conservatives in buoyant mood: does Labour really look like an alternative government?
While BBC man adds spice to the row by alleging an affair between two officials involved
Cameron is left with nowhere to go – except out – after German Chancellor ignores his objections to Juncker
Even his friends feel it was Blair's over-enthusiasm for a federal Europe that got us into this mess
Nick Clegg says he's satisfied Business Secretary did not betray him. But why did Cable not tip him off?
The former PM, a pro-European to his manicured fingertips, appears to make a pitch for the job
While Ukip prepare to target Westminster seats, is it time the Lib Dems withdrew from the coalition?
'You have to go back to 1980s to find an opposition making so few gains,' says polling expert
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