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But the real winner from yesterday's Cabinet coup is George Osborne: will Boris ever catch up?
The scandal was losing the Tories votes, damaging the PM and overshadowing positive economic news
As Thatcherites vent their feelings, new polls show Cameron has lost the 'Budget bounce'
Whatever happened to the blue-eyed boy of the 2010 debates? Even his own supporters think Farage won
Union leader McCluskey issues 'biggest threat to Labour since the Gang of Four left to form SDP'
Alistair Darling suggests whole of the UK should get a vote on Scotland's bid for currency union
He may have been sweating - but he didn't 'look nuts' and he's staked his claim as UK's leading Eurosceptic
Still, the Times splash is not what Miliband needs as he faces a backbench rebellion over the welfare cap
Where's the vision, ask think tanks? Where's the response to scrapping of annuities, ask MPs?
And Cameron's message to Boris via James Corden will wipe the smiles off the Osborne-for-leader gang
Comfortably-off savers and pensioners get a Budget boost – and a reason (perhaps) to vote Tory not Ukip
He needs the money – and he needs to refute Labour's charge that he's only out to help the rich
It might have been a lot easier if he'd just said: vote Labour and you won't get a referendum
'Are you employing - or have you ever employed - a foreign cleaner?' It's the new 'McCarthy' question
Cameron accused of two cover-ups at once – over immigration impact report and No 10 aide's arrest
And how do we know? Because, once again, an official visiting the PM has failed to keep his papers to himself
Mayor had been keeping his options open: but 'dirty tricks' speculation has forced his hand
Where children risk being turned into suicide bombers, the law must intervene, says mayor
Merkel offers little hope of EU reform while figures show immigration up: not Cameron's finest hour
PM is trying to placate his angry right-wing – and also tempt voters who prefer single-party government
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