The Conservative Party has unveiled a selection of campaigning posters suggested by the public.
The School Standards Minister has welcomed the launch of a new national qualification for school support staff.
The Green Party are to use the new Hollywood film "The Day After Tomorrow" to raise awareness about climate change.
Speaking on Friday morning he suggested that sex offenders given community service could be tagged.
The Shadow Education Secretary has criticised Labour's record on truancy and discipline and promised the Conservatives would give head teachers greater powers.
Five has announced that they are cancelling a scheduled election broadcast from the British National Party (BNP).
In a hard-hitting report the Commons Health Select Committee has called for immediate action to stem the rise in obesity.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said that his party is now the party of choice for ethnic minority voters.
The mail regulator has announced that is to investigate "serious service quality failings" at the Royal Mail.
The Liberal Democrats have claimed that a report from a leading think tank backs its case for a local income tax.
Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon has announced that 370 more UK troops will be deployed to Iraq.
A Home Office Minister has launched a new Charities Bill designed to improve regulation in the voluntary sector.
A Conservative home affairs spokeswoman has said Government proposals to reform the prison service are about cutting costs rather than protecting the public.
Leicester South MP dies of a heart attacks, aged 63.
New figures on political donations show a significant drop in contributions this quarter.
The Speaker of the House of Commons has announced a tightening of security arrangements in Parliament.
The Prime Minister has said that the distribution of postal ballot papers is on schedule.
In the run up to the June 10th elections the political parties have been wheeling out an army of celebrity supporters.
The Minister for Trade and Industry has said he believes Libya is a valuable market for UK business.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has appointed John Sunderland as its new president.
The Conservatives' housing spokesman has said a Tory goverment would work to widen private home ownership.
The Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) has warned individuals not to regard property ownership as a substitute for a pension.
A new poll has shown that the British public are strongly opposed to the idea that more British troops should be sent to Iraq.
New Home Office figures show that asylum applications have fallen 20 per cent in the past three months.