Baroness Thatcher was a prime minister who made Britain great again, David Cameron told MPs today.
The Prime Minister has held talks with northern Lincolnshire's four MPs on how to improve the area's economy.
MPs from our region react to the Prime Minister's conference speech, in which he promised to "get Britain on the rise".
Local MPs including Gerry Sutcliffe, Greg Mullholland, David Davis, Clive Betts and Paul Blomfield raised questions at today's Prime Minister's Questions
Armed police have cornered a savage stray dog in a newsagents in Todmorden ahead of a visit by the Prime Minister. The bull-terrier like dog wandered into Cryers newsagents early today and bit a man and a woman who tried to catch it.
Neither were seriously hurt. The shop has been sealed off and a vet has been called. David Cameron is visiting the area to see the damage recent floods have caused.
– David Cameron
I asked Sir Alex Allan to look into allegations that Baroness Warsi had breached the ministerial code. He has reported back to me and I am satisfied with the conclusion he has reached that at no point did she use her office for any personal financial gain. He found that while there was a breach of the code it was a minor one for which Baroness Warsi has already apologised. Baroness Warsi is a great asset in building our reputation overseas and representing the British Government abroad in her role as Minister without Portfolio."
David Cameron answers questions from Selby MP Nigel Adams on the Falklands, Middlesborough South MP Tom Blenkinsop on the future of Northallerton's Friarage Hospital and Keighley MP Kris Hopkins on the proposed high speed rail link to the north
The Prime Minister David Cameron is in Bradford meeting pupils and staff at the Kings Science Academy. He's in West Yorkshire on the campaign trail ahead of next week's Bradford West by-election.
The full list of candidates for the Bradford West by-election: Neil Craig, Democratic Nationalists; George Galloway, Respect; Howling Laud Hope, Monster Raving Loony; Imran Hussain, Labour; Dawud Islam, Green; Sonja McNally, UKIP; Jeanette Sunderland, Liberal Democrat; Jackie Whiteley, Conservative
David Cameron is visiting the Kings Science Academy on Manningham Lane, speaking to staff and pupils. The Academy comes closest to Mr.Cameron’s vision of what a free school should be. It’s one of a new breed of such schools which form part of the Prime Minister’s idea of a “Big Society”.
He will be accompanied by businesswoman Jackie Whitely, who is the Conservative candidate in the forthcoming Bradford West by-election. It is being held following the resignation of Labour MP Marsha Singh, who’s stepped down due to ill-health.
Nick Boles Conservative MP for Grantham & Stamford asks PM to bring our forces home