Police are considering re-interviewing several key Downing Street members of staff over the cash for honours scandal, it has emerged.
The National Child Obesity Database "significantly underestimates" the scale of the problem, a report has found.
New measures to improve electoral security are set to come into force on January 1st, but they have already come in for criticism.
A new poll shows support for the Conservative party is stronger than it has been for 14 years.
Tony Blair has launched an attack on "elements of the government of Iran" on the final day of his Middle Eastern tour.
Foreign secretary Margaret Beckett has re-ignited the controversy surrounding the claim that Saddam Hussein could launch weapons of mass destruction inside 45 minutes.
Train service punctuality has improved but passenger complaints have still increased, new figures show.
The European Commission today proposed bringing greenhouse gas emissions from civil aviation into the EU emissions trading scheme.
With the Liberal Democrats anticipating a possible general election in 2007, the party has announced a new front-bench team.
Tony Blair's "inability" to influence the Bush administration is behind the foreign UK's policy failures, a new report has found.
More needs to be done to reach and support children from the most excluded groups in society under the Sure Start scheme, the National Audit Office (NAO) finds.
Victims of domestic violence will be offered safe rooms in their houses under plans announced today.
Individuals should be banned from lending parties money, donations should be limited, spending capped, and state funding increased if the public are to regain trust in the funding of political parties.
David Cameron and Menzies Campbell have spoken about the chances of a 2007 general election.
Home secretary John Reid has said there will not be a single ID card computer.
The Liberal Democrats have today unveiled their plans to tackle poverty in the UK.
There are more than a million innocent people on the DNA database, the government has revealed.
The Treasury's economic forecasts could be partly responsible for interest rates rising, the Lords' economic affairs committee has said.
There is a hardcore of unemployed people who are not taking up opportunities to work, said John Hutton today.
Tony Blair said he would throw his full weight behind plans for a two-state solution to the Israeli Palestinian problem.
The Liberal Democrats have said they will attempt to force the government to publish documents surrounding BAE's Al-Yamamah contract.
Patients are set to be given control over who can see their electronic NHS records under new plans unveiled today.
Tony Blair has told British troops in Iraq that they are fighting for something countries across the world "believe in".
Downing Street has denied any connection with a secret memo that says the government is seen as a "shambles".