David Cameron quashed rumours of a possible revival of the snoopers' charter today, after he told reporters there would be no "knee-jerk" response to the suspected terror attack in Woolwich.
Getting coverage of terrorism events rights is extremely difficult. On the one hand you risk promoting the terrorists' message and on the other you risk censoring the news.
David Cameron has insisted yesterday's killing in Woolwich was a betrayal of Islam, amid concerns about a wave of anti-Muslim violence.
Muslims must not apologise for Islamic terror. They are no more culpable than the rest of us.
A man has been murdered in London in what is understood to be a terrorist killing of a British soldier.
Former Labour MP Eric Joyce has been arrested once again following an altercation with airport staff in Edinburgh, the police have revealed.
Boris Johnson insisted he would have ultimate authorisation on when police use a water cannon against demonstrators, during Mayoral Question Time this morning.
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Nick Clegg railed against Conservative backbenchers this morning, in a speech which saw him demand that David Cameron stop buckling to their demands and "get back to governing".
The passing of the gay marriage bill could lead to a lesbian monarch passing on the right of succession to her child through artificially insemination, Norman Tebbit has warned.
The heated debate over gay marriage was overshadowed by news of a catastrophic tornado in Oklahoma today, which killed at least 91 people.
The bill allowing same-sex marriage has passed its final Commons vote by 366 votes to 161 – a majority of 205.
Ukip is now within touching distance of the Conservatives, with the eurosceptic organisation polling just two per cent behind the governing party.
A Tory MP prompted outrage when he railed against the "aggressive homosexual community" today, as the Commons debate on gay marriage became increasingly heated.
David Cameron was saved from a potentially humiliating Commons defeat on gay marriage by the Labour party tonight, after a complicated series of political manoeuvres saw the prime minister face another damaging rebellion from his backbenchers.
The odds are stacked against a 'yes' vote in an EU referendum. Have those who believe in the EU already lost the fight?
The government can't have it both ways: Either no-one wants civil partnerships or they will cost lots of money. It can't be both.
MPs are set to receive a pay rise of between £10,000 and £20,000 after an inquiry into their remuneration by Commons authorities.
Labour's poll lead has started to rally after several weeks of Tory infighting over Europe.
The Conservative party was in disarray today, after it was hit by multiple rows on Europe, gay marriage, and a growing disconnect between the leadership and its members.