Or is he going to be overtaken by a new generation of MPs?
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But the script of this pantomime was dire, consisting as it did of the repetition of rival sets of NHS statistics.
By challenging the German system of consensus politics, Cameron made himself a hero for a day.
Lord Hill denies he will be our next European Commissioner, and draws lessons for 2015 from the victory of 1992
The Leader of the House of Lords recalls in this interview how John Major benefited from being pelted with eggs, but was then trapped in “a medieval torture chamber”.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Miliband strains credulity by claiming the whole country cares about O’Donnell
Labour could not break down Cameron’s defence, and ignored past crooks in Downing Street.
As Labour scrapes around for “questions” to pose about the Prime Minister’s judgment, any fair-minded person will find moral indignation harder to sustain.
Our politicians have left a rhetorical vacuum into which nationalist politicians – Salmond and Farage – have moved.
Sir Peter Tapsell evoked the last enchantments of the 1950s as he called for the former Labour Prime Minister to be brought to book.
As the Chancellor prepares to deliver his Mansion House speech, here are the people who have stood by him ever since 2005
For Ed Miliband this was like being beaten up by a Bertie Wooster figure who turns out to be both clever and brutal.
Gove should encourage loyalty not to lofty abstractions, but to British institutions and the British way of conducting politics.
Tory MEPs could well decide later today to defy Angela Merkel – and form an alliance with Germany’s anti-euro party
The Conservative Party has flung every minister, MP, candidate, activist and aristocrat it can lay its hands on into this fight.
ConHome’s conference, Securing a Majority, grappled with the question of how to reach alienated UKIP voters.
The Chancellor insisted that neither Labour nor UKIP can compete with the Tories for sheer reliability.