British Prime Minister David Cameron

ECHR: is Tory plan to snub EU court a 'legal car crash'?

Briefing Thu 17 Jul, AT 10:10

David Cameron wants to curb the European Court of Human Rights but not everyone in his party backs the plan

Mole

Is Cameron's choice of EU commissioner already jinxed?

Wed 16 Jul, AT 11:19 The Mole

Lord Hill's links with a private lobbying firm could cost him a decent job in the Brussels Cabinet

Characterless peas in a pod: the reshuffle of the bland

Wed 16 Jul, AT 09:24 Robert Chesshyre

Few politicians today have had real, demanding jobs before entering politics – and it shows

Michael Gove leaves Downing St after losing job as Eductation Secretary

Cabinet reshuffle: Michael Gove loses Education post

One-Minute Read Tue 15 Jul, AT 15:10

Cull of 'pale, male and stale' Tories makes room for women in largest reshuffle to date

 The government plans to rush through emergency data law

Drip data law: how it will affect you

Briefing Tue 15 Jul, AT 12:28

Critics say the 'emergency' Drip data law will allow scrutiny of Facebook, iCloud, email and text messages

Education Secretary Michael Gove is called in to Downing Street

Day of the long knives: why Michael Gove had to go

Tue 15 Jul, AT 11:33 The Mole

Cameron gives government a feminine makeover in an effort to win the 2015 general election

Angela Merkel with the German football team

Will German World Cup win boost 'Mutti' Merkel's ratings?

First Reaction Mon 14 Jul, AT 13:20

Football-loving Chancellor seems more popular than ever after Germany's World Cup success

Mole

Cabinet reshuffle: grey men out, but are women just tokenism?

Mon 14 Jul, AT 11:12 The Mole

And there's one grey-haired old lag who can't be sacked despite his many faux-pas - Vince Cable

Tony Blair

Tony Blair may be summoned to parliament over IRA deal

One-Minute Read Sun 13 Jul, AT 08:06

Committee wants to quiz former prime minister over ‘comfort letters’

NHS

NHS funding crisis: how can it plug the gap?

Briefing Thu 10 Jul, AT 12:06

New spending review reveals annual deficit of £100m, raising fears that free healthcare could end

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