The fracturing of a clique. Any teenager knows what that means. Sitting alone at the lunch table. A few exclamation-marks littered tweets. Taylor Swift writes about it beautifully in Bad Blood, which should practically be mandatory listening for any teenager dealing with a broken friendship group.
Yesterday Republic revealed that Prince Charles is sent highly confidential Cabinet papers as a matter of routine, in contravention of the government's own rules.
This morning's cabinet meeting came with an unexpected present for every member - a free bottle of ale. Eric Pickles shared
Dear Prime Minister Dear Prime Minister Who Hired Me To Make Himself Look Good For some weeks, in meeting and discussion
We round up the highlights of David Cameron's purge of middle-aged white men...
In a recent interview in the Observer, Vince Cable admitted that he '[doesn't] understand why people need a million quid a year'. He isn't the first to question the growing divide between rich and poor, but he is one of the most high-profile politicians to do so in recent times...
David Cameron will take his cabinet to Scotland tomorrow to highlight the importance to Scotland's oil industry of staying
Britain is not like the United States. If the prime minister dies or becomes incapacitated there is not a clear constitutional
Farron isn't convinced. "In the general election, you wouldn’t give [Ukip] a [TV debate] platform.. I mean the BNP were on
The Prime Minister's notes show the thinking behind his reshuffle decisions... (Made for HuffPost UK Comedy by David Schneider
Being sacked from the cabinet, Cheryl Gillan admits, "hurt". But the former Welsh secretary insists her year on the backbenches
We all know business and politics are dominated by men. In a rather pathetic indictment of the situation, there are more Eton graduates than women in the Cabinet. But why are we resorting to quotas to address the problem? What happened to skills and talent?
David Cameron has indicated he may promote make more women ministers the next time he conducts a reshuffle. The prime minister
Getting rid of Osborne would be a major break from Cameron's stable government agenda. Yet surely the benefits outweigh the costs. It could be accompanied by a mea culpa over this government's misguided economic policy, and show the public that Cameron is able to sacrifice one of the key figures of his Bullingdon clique to save the British economy.
A Tory backbencher has hit out at "jobs for the boys" in government after David Cameron drafted Boris Johnson's brother into
So the Queen attended the Cabinet meeting at Downing Street on Tuesday - and before she left, it was time for everyone to
The ten things you need to know on Tuesday 18th December 2012... 1) UKIP IF YOU WANT TO More bad news for the Conservative
The Queen will attend cabinet on Tuesday to mark her Diamond Jubilee, the first monarch to do so since Queen Victoria. Downing
Is there actually anything wrong with such a fraternity? Whilst it would be wonderful for government to operate upon a solely egalitarian basis, in reality the nature of the system demands a condensed group of individuals who can delegate political strategy across Westminster.
Cabinet minister Francis Maude was left red-faced on Thursday after scores of civil servants walked out in protest over his