DAVID Cameron has sought to draw a line under the Maria Miller setback by launching the Conservatives' European parliamentary election campaign, branding Ukip and the Liberal Democrats "extremist".
A FORMER council leader has been cleared by an ethics watchdog over claims he shouted and swore at colleagues.
THE Government's package of welfare reforms have helped "get Britain back to work", Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith is claiming.
Nick Clegg will today accuse his cabinet colleague David Cameron of being "absent, hiding and missing in action" over Europe.
George Osborne, Ed Balls and Danny Alexander will be quizzed by MPs on whether they would agree to a currency union with an independent Scotland as a "trade off" to keep the UK's nuclear deterrent on the Clyde.