Assembly elections in Northern Ireland will go ahead as planned on March 7th, the British and Irish prime ministers announced last night.
Nine people have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism-related activities in Birmingham in what has been described as a "major counter-terrorism operation".
William Hague will tonight call for British foreign policy to turn towards the Middle East, saying there must be a "concerted national effort" to engage with Muslim states.
Proceedings in the Welsh assembly have been stopped and government services across the country shut down today as thousands of civil servants strike over pay and job cuts.
It is in the "national interest" for Tony Blair to step down now and allow someone else to take over running the country, David Cameron has declared.
Rape victims across the country face wildly varying chances of seeing their attacker caught, a new report has revealed.
The government has insisted it is on track to meet and exceed its Kyoto target, as new figures show greenhouse gas emissions fell between 2004 and 2005.