‘I defend our right at some point to back the Conservatives,’ said Kath Viner.
George Freeman told the PM that Jeremy Corbyn’s activist army is ‘actually a middle-class movement’.
The top Tory is accused of bamboozling his current cabinet colleagues with 'long, economicky words'.
But Andrew Adonis is still leading the race.
Number 10 is keen to trumpet unemployment figures last seen around the time that Margaret Thatcher became Tory leader.
The former Telegraph technology editor socked it to his former employer.
Oliver Letwin's book is a combination of personal memoir and an attempt to explain his part in the evolution of Conservative thinking.
'I am the rebel,' the Conservative heavyweight proudly declared.
The Labour MP mocked his colleague Hillary Benn for having inherited wealth.
The Plymouth Moor View MP said he had given his 'last interview' to the paper.
Allies of the pair say they are 'standing up for Brexit', but some ministers have a different view.
The former Labour leader has given a light-hearted interview to The House magazine.
The PM is said to be a big fan of Japanese number puzzles.
The news that the former first minister will host a weekly chat show on Russia Today is clearly too much for his successor.
It’s all about the modernisation for Lord Mandy.
The presenter especially liked how the foreign secretary 'turned in the middle'.
'The gossip would be flowing as freely as the wine.'
Theresa May could end up with another George Osborne on her hands, it has been suggested.
One move the PM should make is installing Nicholas Soames as Conservative party chairman.
Even the international development secretary’s loyal fellow Brexiteer has struggled to defend her actions.