Were Woolwich killers known to MI5? Cameron doesn't deny it

Thu 23 May, AT 13:20 The Mole

Prime Minister says there will be no 'knee-jerk reaction' to brutal killing and life must go on as normal

Should Parliament be recalled to show united front on Woolwich?

Thu 23 May, AT 09:12 The Mole

Recall would allow government to show leadership against jihadists – and against any far-right backlash

Cameron and the gay schoolboys: is this how to win over Tory rebels?

Wed 22 May, AT 10:51 The Mole

PM says he's proud of his government's reforming style but promises to stick to 'the big picture' from now on

Michael Gove: Nimbys are enemies of freedom

One-Minute Read Fri 17 May, AT 09:30

Education Secretary claims those fighting reforms are anti-aspiration - but what of his own ambitions?

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Five key questions about PM's draft bill on EU referendum

Briefing Tue 14 May, AT 09:45

Why has David Cameron decided to publish the bill today and does it have a hope of becoming law?

China rift with UK over Dalai Lama 'puts billions at risk'

One-Minute Read Tue 7 May, AT 11:10

Frosty relations risks investment in infrastructure with PM 'not welcome' in China until UK apologises

UKIP's success will force PM even further to the right

Fri 3 May, AT 09:46 The Mole

Buoyed by election success, Nigel Farage says 'reverse takeover' of Tory party is on cards

Cameron battles UKIP threat with guarantee of EU vote

First Reaction Thu 2 May, AT 09:20

UKIP's surge prompts embattled PM to harden EU referendum promise by 'enshrining it in law'

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Some Labour MPs boycott Mrs T tribute - others aim to speak out

Wed 10 Apr, AT 10:32 The Mole

Tricky afternoon ahead: how do Labour MPs stay polite for Ed's sake when they remember Thatcher with fear and loathing?

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As polls back welfare reform, Miliband sticks to tax bashing

Mon 8 Apr, AT 13:03 The Mole

Labour leader concentrates on the 'unfair' tax cuts for those earning more than £150,000 a year

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