Conservative Party


article 26 March 2015 UK
Jeremy Paxman grilled ahead of leaders' interviews

Ahead of Thursday evening's leader's interviews, Michael Crick confronts host Jeremy Paxman about whether he is sympathetic to the Conservative Party.

article 25 March 2015 UK
Brooks Newmark breaks silence over sexting scandal

Tory MP Brooks Newmark speaks exclusively to Channel 4 News in first interview since resigning over a scandal that destroyed his 30-year career in politics

article 24 March 2015 UK
NHS surgical staff
Debating the future of the NHS

The NHS is the number one issue for voters ahead of the May election. With A&E under pressure, an ageing population and a funding gap, what is the future of #yourNHS?

article 24 March 2015 UK
Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson: succeeding Cameron 'vanishingly unlikely'

David Cameron believes Boris Johnson is one of three likely successors, but the London mayor says "it is not going to happen".

article 23 March 2015 UK
David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg
What's wrong with our MPs?

With the general election just 45 days away, parties are desperate to energise their supporters to get the vote out on 7 May. But disillusionment with the political process has never been higher.

post 23 March 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Afzal Amin gone, but he hopes not forgotten

Tories are comforting themselves that the fall-out will be limited because this was not a case of a white Tory candidate getting involved in dealings with the EDL.

article 23 March 2015 UK
Michael Crick by Blair to Bloom: the best political 'doorstep' interviews

Getting answers to difficult questions from politicians can be tough. Channel 4 News presents the top 10 'doorstep' interviews from Political Correspondent Michael Crick, a master of the art.

article 22 March 2015 UK
Tory candidate suspended over 'EDL plot' allegations

A Conservative election candidate is suspended from the party over allegations of a plot involving the English Defence League.

article 17 March 2015 Politics
Conservative Party leader David Cameron
Michael Crick by David Cameron agrees to single seven-way debate

The Tory leader says he will take part in one seven-way TV debate between all the party leaders. But Labour wants him to participate in two more debates, including a head to head with Ed Miliband.