LATEST FROM CONSERVATIVE HOME
5pm ToryDiary: "There is the prospect of millions of new shareholders between now and the next election." Economics and politics both justify George Osborne getting a move on with bank privatisation
3.15pm Peter Smith on Comment: The Comprehensive Spending Review - and why government should target the targets
2.30pm ToryDiary: "When I was waiting for my first daughter to be born in Queen Charlotte's Hospital I spent a lot of time looking out of the window at Wormwood Scrubs Prison - I reflected on its fine architecture but also on the poor asset management of having a prison so close to central London."
11.30am Matthew Elliott on Comment offers Five language rules for the Right
11am WATCH: Cameron and Putin press conference
10.15am ToryDiary "Obama and Cameron are doubtless gambling that arming those factions - or threatening to - will drag Assad to the peace table, but how likely is this to happen? Even if it did, would British troops not be called upon to play a part in policing an unstable and fissile settlement (at a time when they are more stretched than ever)?" There is no British national interest in being dragged into Syria's sectarian war
Columnist Marina Kim: My vision of Gove with a whip and my view of how schools could be better