Liberal Democrat deputy leader Simon Hughes has been appointed as a government advisor on access to higher education.
Over half of doctors oppose the government's NHS reforms, according to a survey from the British Medical Association (BMA).
Disabled protestors gathered in London today to lobby MPs about threats to their allowances.
Pay packets for the directors of the top UK companies have swollen by 50% over the past year, making the average pay for a FTSE 100 director just short of £2.7 million.
MPs have paid tribute HM Queen Elizabeth II in the Address to Her Majesty.
Plans have been put in motion by the coalition government to allow local authorities in England to scrap unwanted and outdated by-laws without the need for a go-ahead from Whitehall.
Workers will no longer be forced to stop working when they reach their 65th birthday.
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A major shake-up the UK's libel laws has been announced by the government.
David Laws is still likely to return to government, despite a seven-day Commons ban for his expenses claims.
David Cameron issues a rallying cry to the party faithful
David Cameron has delivered his first speech to the Conservative conference as prime minister.
Tensions are reaching breaking point today as Basildon council's bailiffs begin the eviction of travellers from Dale Farm.
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