There's more to this than 'Swivelgate' and the Gay Marriage Bill - the Tories want their party back
Bill to guarantee referendum gets three-line whip: how will the Cabinet's last europhile deal with it?
Why has David Cameron decided to publish the bill today and does it have a hope of becoming law?
Buoyed by election success, Nigel Farage says 'reverse takeover' of Tory party is on cards
Nigel Farage's party comes second in South Shields by-election and looks set to win 100 council seats
PM hopes silence is golden as he tries to shut down Tory disarray over party set to steal its votes
Cigar-smoking leader wins praise as his party comes under scrutiny ahead of Thursday's local elections
Cameron is not a true Conservative, says Farage, who rules out any deal with Tories while Dave is in charge
Will Eastleigh by-election lead to an ‘almighty bust-up’ for Tories and Liberal Democrats?
Two Conservative journalists talk of threat to 'out' secretly gay Tories who vote against modernisation
Backbench MP said to be considering leadership challenge as Tories trail Labour in polls
Number Ten denies the Culture Secretary's part in implementing Leveson was used to threaten paper
The PM needs serious help if he’s to persuade Tory old-timers that gay marriage is a relevant issue
Opposition wins three by-elections as Tories trail behind UKIP and Lib Dems lose two deposits
Cameron under pressure to withdraw 2006 remark about UKIP's 'fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists'
Dorries's claim she would use reality show to raise political issues is rubbished by commentators
A council tax revaluation could hit seven million homes just before the next election. Bad idea
Presenter will return to crisis-hit show this week; Lord McAlpine’s lawyers set to hit ITV hard
Ken Clarke and Ed Miliband speak up for Europe as all signs point to the Tories taking a populist right turn
Despite clamour for inquiry into £450,000 package, BBC Trust would have to refer itself to Audit Office