Computer hacker Gary McKinnon's partner offers a bleak outlook at a protest outside the US embassy.
Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti on what the Gary McKinnon case means for British civil liberties.
A spoof website with the Baltimore mayor's angry riposte to shadow home secretary Chris Grayling saw several news sites run with the story. Web 2.0 is challenging journalists like never before.
The star of In The Loop talks to politics.co.uk about political comedies, irony, and why he'll never vote Tory.
With Copenhagen looming large, Stephen Hale, director of influential environmental think tank Green Alliance, has become something of a 'peacemaker' between politicians, big business and the voluntary sector. How does he think the UK can save the world from climate change?
Senator Edward Kennedy, the leading figure of the dynastic American family and elder statesman of the Democratic Party, has died aged 77 following a battle with cancer.
Climate Camp protestor Ed Thompson comments on the demonstration outside the Bank of England.
Climate Camp organiser Kevin Smith explains the reasons for this year's demonstrations in London.
Shadow home secretary Chris Grayling says the UK is turning into a scene from The Wire, but the similarities between Tory politics and the programme's message are not as simple as he thinks.
The recalled Scottish parliament is meeting to debate the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi.
The full text of Climate Camp's letter to the Met ahead of their protest next week - and the police response.
Recruiting social workers from overseas is just the tip of the iceberg.
Watch Alan Duncan on secret camera in Westminster, as he admits believing MPs are being forced to live on "rations" after the expenses crisis.
The Conservatives' decision to launch an open primary in Totnes raises the possibility of Britain following in the footsteps of America when it comes to selecting candidates.
Michael Amcram's illustrious political career was badly damaged by the expenses scandal. He quits parliament at the next election.
Who are the new faces hired by Nick Clegg to take him into the general election?
The government has been under fire for not supplying troops with enough equipment in Afghanistan. politics.co.uk wants to know what you think. Should we even be there?
This semi-confessional tale from a journalist stung by America's mortgage mayhem is a distinctly sub-prime offering, finds Marcus Dubois.