Labour felt it had to erect 'Iron Dome' against personal attacks being planned by Tory HQ
Iain Duncan Smith was ready to cut welfare by further £3bn to fund defence; no thanks says the Chancellor
Labour proposal saves same-sex marriage bill but Tory opponents vow to continue fight in Lords
Why has David Cameron decided to publish the bill today and does it have a hope of becoming law?
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
Two Conservative journalists talk of threat to 'out' secretly gay Tories who vote against modernisation
Presenter will return to crisis-hit show this week; Lord McAlpine’s lawyers set to hit ITV hard
Vaughan Jones humiliated after police arrest him for 'assaulting' burglar at his mother's home.
I'm the man for the job, says Question Time host – but many would like to see an outsider brought in