Parents of children who pay truant will have their child benefit docked if they fail to pay fines, David Cameron has announced.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has refused to rule out recommending a British exit from the European Union at the upcoming referendum, describing negotiations with Brussels as "bloody hard work".
As Tories gathered for a conference set to be dominated by Europe and the crisis in Syria, Mr Cameron said he was "calmly and rationally" attempting to persuade European counterparts to back his drive for reform ahead of an in/out referendum on the UK's EU membership.
Prime minister says he will 'beef up' special force and boost the use of drones in fight against terror group.Read the full story ›
Nicky Morgan has hinted that she is preparing to stand for the leadership of the Conservative party when David Cameron steps down.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has said Labour cannot be trusted with Britain's national security in response to Jeremy Corbyn's answer on Trident.
When Mr Corbyn was asked if he would ever press the nuclear button if he was Prime Minister, he said: "No."
Well look, the independent nuclear deterrent that we have in Britain is a vital insurance policy for our nation in what is a very dangerous world.
And frankly, the way the Labour Leader has answered that question undermines our deterrent and demonstrates that Labour can't be trusted with our national security which after all is the most important duty of government.
David Cameron condemned the slave trade and announced a £360 million financial package when he addressed the Jamaican parliament.
Slavery was and is abhorrent in all its forms. It has no place whatsoever in any civilised society, and Britain is proud to have eventually led the way in its abolition.
He added he hoped Britain and the Caribbean could "move on from this painful legal and continue to build for the future".
During the visit to Jamaica, David Cameron has come under pressure to make financial amends for Britain's role in slavery but he has ruled out making reparations.
MP Mike Henry was absent from the address. He had previously declared to a local newspaper if reparation was not on the agenda he would not be attending.
David Cameron said the new prison would allow hundreds of foreign criminals to be sent home to the Caribbean to serve their sentences.Read the full story ›
The PM has told ITV News a push for peace in Syria that will see "butcher" Assad temporarily stay in power is not against his original goal.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister responds to accusations made in a biography written by a former party donor.Read the full story ›
David Cameron is facing a legal challenge over his decision to target Islamic State militants in Syria without Parliamentary approval.Read the full story ›