Or perhaps not? BBC's Nick Robinson among those wondering if Boris did himself any favours
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
Cameron fares better – but since the last election there has been little switching between Tory and Labour voters
Jackie Ashley says lack of community help is false economy and suggests 'carer's leave'
Vince Cable attacks Home Office ploy as report shows immigration stats are 'little better than a best guess'
Aussie strategist's conflict of interests will become a running sore if PM doesn't deal with it now
Clever politics by the chancellor leaves Labour's two Eds in a bind over spending cuts
Clegg said to be considering tit-for-tat threat if Tories and Labour join forces to get 'snooper's charter'
Lycra-clad middle-aged men take note: BBC host blames his stroke on overdoing the rowing machine
Chancellor says 'we have to go into Budget by confronting the difficult problems Britain has'
Presenter is said to be sitting up and talking as he begins recovery in hospital
Gen Richards can't think of a military reason why the British Army shouldn't go in. Well, some of us can...
‘Best off in society have to contribute more – and that includes companies,’ says Business Secretary
Newsnight item was cleared at ‘every damned level’ and yet still made a horrendous error, says chairman
After Boris Johnson and Michael Gove speak out against statutory regulation, other Tories break ranks
Former Defence Secretary tells Cameron there can't be one rule for the BBC and another for the Tories
On eve of crucial Panorama, former DG claims it’s unlikely Newsnight received orders from above – but is he right?
Opinion digest: PM's referendum masterstroke, sexual harassment, UK's failed drugs policy
Scots deal ramps up the pressure for an in/out vote on EU – and further exposes rift between Tories and Lib Dems