Cameron is right to be sceptical of the polls
The Home Office vs the Treasury: No. 10 has become the Department for the Prime Minister’s Legacy, leaving the two great domestic departments to slug it out. But does John Reid have what it takes to thwart the Chancellor’s ambition for the top job?
The Hinduja scandal is the closest the Labour party has to radioactive waste
When the last Conservative government sacrificed its reputation for competence
Fraser Nelson says that the Tory leader knows that his campaign to win over the Lib Dem voters may not succeed in the local elections. But he has decided not to change his strategy a jot: the chameleon’s not for turning
Since he was first outmanoeuvred over the Labour party leadership in 1994 Gordon Brown has pursued a strategy as simple as it is ruthless
William Hague tells Fraser Nelson that the Tory party has changed completely since he led it — and that the best advice he has given David Cameron is dietary
David Cameron’s first full interview since the local elections
Fraser Nelson talks to Charles Murray, the American thinker who is calling for the abolition of all benefit payments. The Chancellor has met Murray: but will he listen to him?
Liam Fox tells Fraser Nelson that David Cameron has given him the freedom to develop the Thatcherite ideas that have impressed even the Prime Minister
It was bitter, brutal politics: a Budget that launched the election
Fraser Nelson meets the former chancellor, reborn as Cameron’s ‘ambassador for trust’, who calls for a coalition of Tories and Lib Dems
As David Cameron completes his first 100 days, the man he defeated for the leadership gives his first interview to Fraser Nelson — and foresees policy battles to come
Fraser Nelson says that David Cameron has given up on tax cuts and will now concentrate on advancing the frontiers of the state by matching Labour’s high spending
The honeymoon is over for Cameron and the whispering campaign against him has begun
Scotland spends more per capita on the NHS than England does, but by next year it will have Europe’s lowest life expectancy, says Fraser Nelson