Swindon Councillor Matthew Courtliff said he was defecting to the Conservatives from Labour but just hours later changed his mind.Read the full story ›
Our Political Correspondent David Wood blogs from the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham.Read the full story ›
The International Trade Secretary and North Somerset MP says he'd never felt so proud of the UK as when he learnt of the Brexit vote.Read the full story ›
As Liam Fox fights for the leadership of the Conservative Party, our political correspondent Bob Constantine looks at the decision.Read the full story ›
Liam Fox has thrown his hat into the ring to be the next Conservative party leader. The North Somerset MP will launch his campaign tomorrow.Read the full story ›
MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has backed Boris Johnson to be the next Conservative Party Leader.
In a statement the North East Somerset MP said he believed Johnson was best placed to carry out renegotiations with the EU for the UK's departure.
His calm response in the face of hostile verbal attack in the referendum debates showed his statesman like qualities and mastery of the detail.
In addition he has the verve and energy to be a great Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party. He has the sense to be a unifier and the charisma to be an effective representative of the nation on the world stage.
The Devon MP said her party needed "a credible leader with statesmanship, negotiating skills & an eye for detail".Read the full story ›
A West MP has denied any wrongdoing after claims he overspent on his General Election campaign.Read the full story ›
Charles Lucas has become the third person of the main political parties to put his name into the hat to run for Bristol Mayor.
The Clifton councillor was selected by the Conservatives in an open primary election, beating GP surgery manager Steve Smith.
Members of the public, of any political affiliation, were invited to register for the event and cast their vote, while the shortlist was decided by the local Bristol and South Gloucester Conservative party.
He now joins Marvin Rees, selected by Labour, and Kay Barnard, for the Liberal Democrats, and two other independents - John Langley and Laurence Duncan - who will run against George Ferguson when Bristolians go to the polls in May 2016.
We spoke to the newly elected Conservative MP for North Swindon, as he tries to shape what the next 24 hours may hold for his party: