The prime minister has confirmed that he will be making his much anticipated speech about Europe in the middle of January.
David Cameron has today announced he is in favour of allowing churches to carry out gay wedding ceremonies.
David Cameron agreed to produce a draft bill of the Leveson recommendations today, in a bid to demonstrate that the core proposal is "unworkable".
Nothing seemed to go right for anyone this week. But somehow, the world still seems to be spinning round.
David Cameron may have withheld information from the Leveson inquiry to cover up criminal activities, Chris Bryant has claimed.
Advisors in No 10 spend most of their time dealing with "crisis management" according to David Cameron's deputy chief of staff Oliver Dowden.
Mitchell clings on for an astonishing fourth week. What does it take to lose your job in Cameron's Cabinet?
The prime minister was "appalled" by the racial abuse faced by England's under-21 squad in Serbia last night, according to his official Twitter account.
David Cameron made a strong appeal to voters feeling alienated by the Conservatives today, with a pledge to assist those in Britain who aspired to a better quality of life.
The prime minister's strategy has been criticised by some big hitters within the Tory party just days before it gathers for its conference.
The Liberal Democrats gathered for their annual conference in Brighton in apologetic mood, but it was a humbled chief whip who stole the headlines.
Labour has accused the government of being "in a shambles" following the prime minister's earlier speech announcing further cuts to welfare benefits.
A survey of more than 200 councils has revealed no evidence to support Mr Cameron's claim to parliament that private rents were falling.
David Cameron began his fight for the preservation of the United Kingdom in Edinburgh today.
A Labour party spokesperson said in response to reports of government announcements on alcohol and anti-social behaviour: