Dorries's claim she would use reality show to raise political issues is rubbished by commentators
Here we go again: Eurosceptics made John Major's life a nightmare – now it's Cameron's turn
That's silly talk, says Justice Minister Grayling, responding to former Met police chief
From the Sunday papers: from the Tour de France winner's Cayman Islands investment to trained owls in church
The PM is under fire from his own party after resignation of Chief Whip comes too late
Labour leader lands punches over 'Plebgate' – before David Cameron's 'inner Flashman' appears at PMQs
'The walking, talking embodiment of everything with which Cameron least wants his party associated'
Biggest cheers come for attack on work-shy benefit scroungers - not for overseas aid and gay marriage
OPINION DIGEST: PMs Letterman appearance, breaching royal protocol, and Mitchell's freedom protest
Zenit St Petersburg player is unsettled after pay row. Does Icelandic striker's agent protest too much?
Andrew Mitchell might be Flashman, but the police are hardly unblemished Dixons of Dock Green
OPINION DIGEST: Mitchell's police drama, wealth taxes, and money-induced memory loss
Chief Whip is disliked across the Conservative party: he may not lose his job, but he is finished
Chief Whip’s statement to the press falls well short of the denial expected. This could run and run
Chief Whip has 60-40 chance of hanging on to job says minister, as friends say it’s his word against the police officers’
Chief Whip denies calling police 'f***ing plebs' but he has nevertheless revived the sense of class divide