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But plotters prepared to wait months to oust the PM.
Tory MPs plotting to oust Theresa May are refusing to back down despite a major rearguard action by ministers and loyalist
We have a right to fair and balanced policing. We have a right to know who is being investigated and prosecuted. We have a right to a fair trial. We have a right to open justice. Does the UK really need a right to anonymity?
Tory MP Mark Pritchard will face no further action over a rape allegation, Metropolitan Police have confirmed. The Wrekin
Tory backbencher Mark Pritchard has been arrested and bailed over an allegation of rape. The Wrekin MP voluntarily attended
Conservative MP Mark Pritchard has revealed he "seriously considered" defecting to Ukip last year, as the Tories struggled
The five things you need to know on Wednesday 6 November 2013... 1) DON'T MENTION THE SPYING! The Germans aren't pleased
Restricting MPs pay to its current level will result in a House of Commons made up only of rich people who can afford to
Conservative MPs from both the pro and anti-EU wings of the party have welcomed David Cameron's pledge to hold an in or out