We still back you, says message from Number 10 as American plans more punitive strikes on Syria
Chin chin, old bean: Number Ten sends Twitter followers to spoof Duncan Smith account
Cameron is warned by countless politicians and commentators 'this is not the moment to send arms'
Anger all round as Paterson refuses to impose ban on EU meat imports saying Brussels wouldn't like it
Not everyone is shocked to hear that No 10 is powerless in the face of Whitehall bureaucracy
Number Ten denies the Culture Secretary's part in implementing Leveson was used to threaten paper
PM and his deputy could make separate statements to Commons, so divided are they on the issue
Cameron under pressure to withdraw 2006 remark about UKIP's 'fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists'
London mayor rules out 'mixed mode' strategy for Heathrow and slams 'utter inertia' of Tory policy
Here we go again: Eurosceptics made John Major's life a nightmare – now it's Cameron's turn
Tom Watson MP demands police investigate claims. Do they refer to Mrs Thatcher's one-time PPS?
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: The Boris debate, the importance of children's TV, US-China trade stand-off
Andrew Mitchell might be Flashman, but the police are hardly unblemished Dixons of Dock Green
British PM will emulate his Tory rival Boris Johnson when he appears on the Late Show but is this wise?
Chief Whip is disliked across the Conservative party: he may not lose his job, but he is finished