Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg unveils the second round of successful bids for the regional growth fund:
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna responds to the second round of successful bids for the coalition's regional growth fund:
Carmaker Bentley has won one of the 119 successful bids for regional growth fund money announced today. Chairman and chief executive Wolfgang Dürheimer explains what it means for the company:
We've had three party conferences, one Cabinet resignation, and 81 Tory rebels on Europe - but where has it left us?
Alex Stevenson and Talksport's Sean Dilley review an eventful week in politics:
You wait for ages for a European crisis to come along. And then two turn up at once.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber responds to the data collected by the Incomes Data Service which reveals Directors of FTSE 100 companies receiving 50% pay rises:
Steve Tatton, editor of the IDS report, comments on the research which shows directors of top FTSE companies have seen their pay packets swell by 50%:
Len McCluskey, general secretary of the Unite union, responds to the data collected by the Incomes Data Service which reveals directors of FTSE 100 companies are receiving 50% pay raises:
Chancellor George Osborne updates the Commons on yesterday's emergency eurozone crisis summit of EU leaders:
European commission president José Manuel Barroso responds to the new Greek rescue package agreed at the European summit last night.
Labour's shadow chancellor Ed Balls responds to the news that the eurozone leaders have established a new financial rescue package in the Independent newspaper:
Chancellor George Osborne responds to the news that the eurozone leaders have established a new financial rescue package, telling the Today programme.
The current furore over Europe within the Conservative party is nothing new, as Ben Brown's new play reveals.
Quantitative easing is all well and good, but why doesn't the government give the money straight to the British people and start a QE lottery?
Adam Beercroft's leaked report into British business, quoted by the Telegraph newspaper, suggests binning certain aspects of employment law:
Brendan Barber, general secretary of the TUC, responds to recommendations in a leaked report that unfair dismissal laws should be scrapped:
Unite union general secretary Len McCluskey responds to recommendations in a leaked report that unfair dismissal laws should be scrapped
Review our live coverage of this week's PMQs in a week dominated by crisis in the EU and Tory divisions over Europe.
Martin Johnson, deputy general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), responds to figures released today which show education funding faces biggest spending reduction since the 1950s
Stephen Twigg MP, shadow education secretary, responds to figures released today which show education funding faces biggest spending reduction since the 1950s
Institute of Fiscal Studies reveals research which shows education funding will be radically reduced over the next four years
Department of Education responds to figures released today which show education funding faces biggest spending reduction since the 1950s.