Yvette Cooper, Labour's shadow home secretary, describes the "distressing" nature of new developments in phone-hacking scandal.
Don Foster, co-chair of the Liberal Democrat culture, media and sport parliamentary party committee, urges the BSkyB board to reconsider support for James Murdoch in the wake of an "unimaginable" new low.
Sara Payne's charity the Phoenix Chief Advocates comment on the new phone-hacking revelations.
Rebekah Brooks, former News of the World editor, responds to "abhorrent" Sara Payne phone-hacking allegations and says it is "unthinkable" anyone on the newspaper knew it was happening.
Tom Watson, leading parliamentarian on phone-hacking, expresses sorrow for Sara Payne after new "appalling" phone-hacking revelations.
The phone-hacking scandal has moved onto a new stage. Now we have a public inquiry it's time to make it work.
Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury, defends the reforms on the Today programme.
Schools minister Nick Gibb expresses his support for pension reforms and their ability to provide a fair and sustainable pension for teachers.
Sally Hunt, UCU general secretary, criticises government's "hyperbole" and "ludicrous claims" about pension schemes.
Gail Cartmail, Unite assistant general secretary, questions government commitment to pensions negotiations.
Francis Maude, minister for the Cabinet Office, announces launch of consultation on proposals to increase pensions contributions.
Forget sweeping spending cuts, the AV referendum row and divisions over Europe. The biggest risk to the coalition could come from a self-inflicted wound.
MPs are to look into waiting times for drug treatment, following the speech given by Amy Winehouse's father at her funeral yesterday.
The government may talk a good game on combating drug use, but funding cuts will leave young addicts without support.
Britain's drug policy has failed. It's time for a radical overhaul.
Britain is struggling to get its way in the debate over Libya's future - but that isn't stopping it trying to do all it can to oust Muammar Gaddafi.
The premature death of singer Amy Winehouse shocked the political world almost as much as it did her fans. Here's what they said.
David Cameron, prime minister, expresses his support for his chancellor George Osborne and says there is unity within the government.
Ed Balls, shadow chancellor, attacks George Osborne's growth plan and accuses him of hiding behind excuses.
Boris Johnson, mayor of London, calls for an end to the 50p tax rate and a fresh look at national insurance as a way of stimulating growth.
No-one wants to see the uncertain, fragile recovery we've got right now - apart, perhaps, from those who want the coalition to stick together.
Read the full documents detailing Cabinet ministers' meetings with media figures as they are released by Downing Street.
The events in Norway did not come as a thunderbolt out of nowhere. They are an inevitable consequence of paranoia and hate.
Ian McCafferty, CBI chief economic adviser, acknowledges the influence of special factors on data but warns that economic recovery remains difficult.