David Cameron

With hindsight, it is easy for MPs to fault the West’s intervention. But overthrowing Gaddafi was the right thing to do at the time

Brexit is already causing the biggest shakeup of British politics for a generation. But the biggest loser may prove to have the last laugh

“One of the principles of public service is that it does not just consist of a race to the top with the resignation of those who lose”

David Cameron is a decent man whose consensual style has worked well so far. But the fight of his life — on Europe — may yet undo him

The new Labour leader’s far-left politics mean the Conservatives no longer need to play Blairite games. The modernisers’ days are over

The anniversaries this month of Waterloo and the signing of Magna Carta should remind us of the benediction of our birth

Will Britain’s triumphant Prime Minister now show the maturity and character that the nation has a right to expect from him?

As polling day nears, Conservatives are sticking to a strictly economic message. But there should be room in politics for moral arguments.

You will learn more about politics from Harriet Sergeant’s book about teenage London thugs than from Bagehot’s outdated British Constitution

At a time of chaos across three continents, neither David Cameron nor Ed Miliband is willing to reconsider Britain’s place in the world seriously