The Prime Minister has also appointed several of his MPs to a new policy advisory board. One of them Margot James - the Stourbridge MP - tweeted her reaction:
The MPs include some of those who have voted against Government policy in recent months on House of Lords reform - and Europe.
It's a clear sign that Mr Cameron is reaching out to his own MPs and trying to build bridges with the parliamentary party in the House of Commons. Many feel the Prime Minister has been ignoring their concerns and priorities.
But Conservative MPs have returned from the Easter break in a more cheerful mood.
It follows a series of policy announcements on welfare reforms which Tory strategists think are popular with voter.
The lead in the polls Labour has enjoyed has also narrowed slightly.