David Cameron follows in the footsteps of Benjamin Disraeli
Cameron’s strength is that he does not throw his weight about
Peter Oborne says that David Cameron has arrived at exactly the right time to reshape British politics by reclaiming the centre ground for the Tories
How Cameron plans to profit from the war between Blair and Brown
Now Cameron is positioning himself as the heir to George W. Bush
Time for David Cameron to reach beyond the media class
How does Tony survive? Eloquence, unction and the abuse of power
Only literary theory can explain the life-changing success of David Cameron
David Davis has suddenly acquired the air of the runner-up
Peter Oborne says that the coming Blackpool conference marks the first time in 42 years that a platform performance is likely to be decisive in choosing the leader of the Conservative party
John Denham tells Peter Oborne that the domestic fight against terrorism requires the consent of the Muslim community
The secret sporting history of Tony Blair
The country wants Kenneth Clarke — so why don’t the Westminster Tories?
Peter Oborne says that Ken Clarke’s leadership bid comes at a time of almost unprecedented anger and chaos in Westminster and the constituencies
Why David Cameron has decided to copy Tony Blair
How Ken Clarke’s candidacy has changed the geography of the leadership contest
Blair’s frivolous and impractical plan is designed only to please the tabloids
Don’t be misled — the London bombs were a direct response to the Iraq war
Have the English lost their historic love of liberty?
Now Blair silences the Tories with his Euroscepticism. What a genius!
Is the Cabinet secretary about to warn Tony about Cherie?
The remarkable hostility of George W. Bush towards Gordon Brown
What’s ‘nasty’ about the Tory party? Nothing — except the modernisers
Why Blair and Howard are both lame ducks
The European constitution contains some good sense. That’s why the French dislike it