Tony Blair has used his strongest language yet to call for an end to hostilities in the Middle East, although he still refused to call for an immediate ceasefire.
The ABC system of classifying drugs should be scrapped and replaced with one that is clearer about its aims and more firmly based on the evidence, MPs warn today.
The head of the Prison Service has admitted corruption is a problem, after a leaked report revealed more than 1,000 officers were on the take.
Plans to bury Britain's radioactive waste deep underground should be acted on immediately without the need for further research, the Royal Society has said.
John Prescott is "covered in sleaze" and must resign as deputy prime minister with as much good grace as he can still muster, Norman Baker has warned.
The government must compensate the thousands of people who lost their retirement nest eggs following the collapse of their occupational pension schemes, MPs demand.
The government is planning on making it more difficult for individuals to gain access to files under the Freedom of Information Act, it has been claimed.
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Tony Blair is flying to Washington later today for talks with US president George Bush over the escalating crisis in the Middle East.
Mobiles phones will be blocked within 48 hours of being reported stolen under a new agreement between industry and the Home Office.
David Cameron has promised to step up the pace of change in the Conservative party, saying there is "a mountain still to climb" in making it electable.
Everyone studying the new vocational diplomas would take English, maths and IT modules as well doing work experience in their chosen subjects, it has been revealed.
The government has today rejected claims that it has been too slow in spending the £750 million it committed to school and community sport six years ago.
The police complaints watchdog is to conduct its own investigation into allegations of corruption in the Stephen Lawrence murder case.
Menzies Campbell must "shape up" and start proving he can give the Liberal Democrats a chance in the next election, one of the party's AMs has warned.
Foreign secretary Margaret Beckett last night said she was "not happy" that the US has used a UK airport to transport bombs to Israel.
Parliament should decide if Britain is to go to war abroad, not the prime minister, a committee of peers says today.
The Home Office has ordered an immediate investigation into reports that one of its officials has offered immigrants refugee status in return for cash.
David Cameron's attempts to modernise the Conservative party are alienating its core supporters, Lord Tebbit has warned.
City academies are popular and their performance is improving, but concerns about exclusions and the effect on other schools remains, a new report finds.
The man who bankrolled the Liberal Democrats' general election campaign last year is facing a possible jail sentence after pleading guilty to two charges.