Theresa May has set herself up as the leader of the quiet Brexit revolutionaries in a bold pitch to those who voted to leave the EU.
Theresa May will set out plans today to steer her party and the country down a path towards the "new centre ground" of British politics.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has guaranteed to continue payments of multiyear EU grants secured by British businesses and organisations up to the point the UK leaves.
Ruth Davidson has been forced to deny she is at loggerheads with Theresa May over immigration.
Theresa May has slapped down the SNP's demand for greater involvement in the Brexit negotiations, insisting they are the job of the UK Government and "nobody else".
Ruth Davidson has confirmed she sees herself as a future first minister, insisting the Scottish Conservatives will be the "attractive alternative" to the SNP Government come 2021.
Theresa May took a little while to get going when she addressed the Tory party conference yesterday.
David Cameron's speech at the Conservative conference was branded "shameless" by opponents but hailed as "morally right" by supporters last night.
David Cameron has pledged to slash taxes, cut immigration and protect the NHS in an emotional and populist pitch for another five years as prime minister.
Ruth Davidson has moved to position the Scottish Tories firmly in the political centre-ground - predicting that first minister-in-waiting Nicola Sturgeon would be the most left-wing yet.
Prime Minister David Cameron will today signal that he believes Britain is broken - and his goal for the next parliament will be to carry out the repairs.
Boris Johnson has accused the SNP of stirring up "Londonophobia" during the independence campaign.
Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken of the "huge opportunity" the independence referendum has given the Tories to win back seats in Scotland at Westminster.
Chancellor George Osborne has signalled he is planning a fresh £25billion assault on public spending in the next parliament - including a controversial freeze on benefits.
The UK Government minister in charge of overseeing the multibillion-pound North Sea oil and gas industry failed to mention it in his speech to the Conservative conference.
Chancellor George Osborne will today announce that he is axing the tax paid when pension pots are left behind to loved ones when people die.
Prime Minister David Cameron was left furious yesterday after the start of the Conservative conference was overshadowed by a defection and a sex scandal.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson believes the independence referendum has "smashed" the status quo and sent a "tremor" through politics which will last a lifetime.
William Hague has promised Scots that devolution in England will not pose "any threat" to the delivery of pledges made before the independence referendum.