David Cameron outside Leveson inquiry

PM opens door to EU referendum – but does he mean business?

Briefing Sun 1 Jul, AT 10:17

David Cameron makes landmark move towards a referendum – but only when ‘the time is right’

Comment

David Cameron's housing cuts will alienate the young

Opinion digest Mon 25 Jun, AT 10:22

Opinion Digest: welfare cuts, Egypt's presidential election and the morality of taxation

Mole

Tories on warpath after Bercow says it's OK to call Hunt liar

Wed 13 Jun, AT 17:52 The Mole

Jeremy Hunt survives confidence vote, but Speaker causes uproar by allowing Labour MP to accuse him of lying

Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg tells Leveson he respects 'iconoclastic' Murdoch

First Post Wed 13 Jun, AT 14:02

But the Deputy Prime Minister also suggests the media has become obsessed with the inquiry

Richard Ehrman

Right-wing Tories must accept: there is no alternative to Coalition

Tue 8 May, AT 07:29 Richard Ehrman

David Cameron cannot turn right and he cannot ditch the Lib Dems. The Coalition must pull together fast

Cameron 'rips up' Queen's Speech as Boris Johnson's star rises

First Post Sun 6 May, AT 09:53

HS2 and Lords reforms are postponed – and the PM is even ready to shelve the gay marriage plans he fought for

David Cameron - Labour punish Coalition in local elections

Labour punish Coalition in England and Wales

First Reaction Fri 4 May, AT 14:35

But results in Scotland and London mayoral race might yet rain on Miliband's parade

Comment

Having a child is a far greater commitment than marriage

Opinion digest Tue 1 May, AT 11:41

Opinion digest: marriage problems, Miliband's changing fortunes and the imperialism of international law

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