New figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show that the UK's unemployment rate is down and the general labour market is stable.
A leading consumer charity has warned that the drive to involve the private sector in public service provision is harming the interests of the poor.
Lord Fraser's report into the cost overruns in the building of the Scottish Parliament has concluded that there is "no single villain of the piece".
At Prime Minister's Question Time this lunchtime, the two main leaders clashed on Labour's record in power.
Schools Minister Stephen Twigg has confirmed today that the national testing element for seven-year-olds (Key Stage One) will be downgraded.
Police in riot gear have been called to keep the peace, as a pro-hunting demonstration in central London turned violent.
The Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, Sylvia Heal, has announced that there will be an investigation into Commons security following a breach during the hunting debate.
The Liberal Democrats have revealed their agenda for the upcoming party conference.