Brown tries to put policy above personality

Author: By Andrew Grice, Political Editor As Labour promised a “big choice” election, Mr Brown announced a series of new “guarantees…

Backlash at Cameron over Euro referendum

Author: By Andrew Grice, Political Editor Two Tory MEPs resigned from their front-bench posts in the European Parliament in protest at Mr Cameron&#821…

Hague tells Clinton not to fear Tories’ EU allies

Author: By Rupert Cornwell in Washington Speaking to reporters after an “excellent” 45-minute meeting at the State Department, Mr Hague sa…

Tory storms face MoD’s weather forecasters

The party aims to cut MoD costs by a quarter and Mr Fox told BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show yesterday that there was a “very strong case&#8221…

Cameron: I will ban TV stand-by buttons

David Cameron also called for washing machines to have energy-saving programmes as their standard setting and for families to be given cash incentives…

Hague: Lisbon Treaty against ‘spirit of our age’

Author: By Emily Ashton, Press Association Shadow foreign secretary William Hague set out his party’s opposition to the Lisbon Treaty, telling t…

Tories would stop funding speed cameras

Author: By Rosamond Hutt, Press Association Theresa Villiers said that under a Tory government, councils would have to raise the money to install them…

Tories put brake on growth in speed cameras

Author: By Michael Savage, Political Correspondent Cameras, a ubiquitous sight on Britain’s roads, are Labour’s favoured method of cutting…

Cameron unveils ‘boldest’ jobs package

Author: By Andrew Woodcock, Press Association The package of policies to beat what the Conservative leader called “a jobs crisis” included…

Greg Clark: Global warming is not on our back burner

Tomorrow, three and a half years later, the Conservative leader will lead his party conference as prime minister-in-waiting, with Britain’s &#82…