Leaders of the UK's main trade unions will be meeting later today in an attempt to decide on a united response to the Government's attempts to reform public sector pensions.
Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness today will lead a delegation to Downing Street in a bid to restart the stalled Northern Ireland peace process.
The Archbishop of York on Sunday said he would be "hard-pushed" to label Britain a Christian country.
Britain will use next year's presidencies of the G8 and EU to push for greater debt relief for African countries, Gordon Brown has pledged.
The Conservative Party's economic affairs spokesman has called for the number of MPs in the House of Commons to be trimmed.
Teachers should be granted anonymity against abuse accusations until a formal police charge is made, according to the Shadow Education Secretary Tim Collins.
More must be done to clamp down on organised criminals involved in film piracy, according to the UK Film Council.
For the first time, the number of households living in temporary accommodation has topped 100,000 according to official figures.
Government, employers and employees must take action now if the traditional voluntary pensions model is to survive.
Anyone found carrying a knife longer than three inches in a public place should be jailed for five years, the families of knife victims said today.