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Tony Blair says David Cameron should put his vote where his mouth is

Blair hits back over crime failures

Tony Blair has challenged David Cameron to "put your vote where your mouth is" after enduring a barrage of criticism about the government's record on crime.

  • David Cameron names the members of his shadow cabinet

    Cameron names his cabinet

    New Conservative party leader David Cameron has named his shadow cabinet, with a return to the front bench for former leader William Hague.

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    Conservative policy groups unveiled

    The first of six new Conservative policy groups has today been set up to help decide the direction of the party under its new leader, David Cameron.

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    Cameron crowned Tory leader

    David Cameron has today been named leader of the Conservative party after taking more than two thirds of the votes of grassroots members.

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    Tory leadership ballots close

    The ballots for the Conservative party leadership close today, with David Cameron set to beat rival David Davis by as much as two votes to one.

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    Davis still hopeful of Tory victory

    David Davis last night made a final appeal to Conservative party members before the ballots to decide who should become their next leader close on Monday.

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    Tories warn of CSA enforcement costs

    The government has been forced to defend the Child Support Agency (CSA) once again as new figures suggest it is spending more on enforcement than it receives in payments.

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    Howard faces Blair for the last time

    Michael Howard today marked his final prime minister's questions as Conservative party leader with dogged questioning on when Tony Blair himself would step down.

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    Tories clash over Welsh assembly future

    David Davis and David Cameron last night clashed over the future of the Welsh assembly as they neared the end of the race for the Conservative leadership.

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