The Conservatives have pulled ahead to their strongest lead in two decades in a dramatic reversal of fortunes from two months ago.
Ministers have been urged to rethink plans to make all toddlers follow a so-called national curriculum from next autumn.
Downing Street and the Labour party have sought to play down speculation of a rift between Gordon Brown and Harriet Harman over the proxy donor row.
David Cameron met with George Bush yesterday as he attempts to repair his party's ties with the Republicans.
Government plans to transfer anti-obesity efforts from Sport England to the Department of Health (DoH) have forced Derek Mapp, the head of Sport England, to resign.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been told to get its priorities straight after it resurfaced tennis courts while many troops were living in substandard accommodation.
Opposition politicians are increasing calls for a criminal investigation into the proxy donor row as the Labour party launches its own internal investigation.
The home secretary has welcomed a crackdown on guns and gangs, which took place yesterday in four cities across England.
Harriet Harman has appeared before MPs to defend her vulnerable position as leader of the House of Commons and deputy leader of the Labour party.
The Law Lords have upheld the government's ban on fox hunting after ruling it is not a human right.
The government has set out how it plans to deliver the Thames Gateway project by 2016.
Britain's economic outlook is "uncomfortable", the governor of the Bank of England has said.
The justice secretary Jack Straw has been forced to open an urgent inquiry into how potentially hundreds of criminals were allowed to walk free.
The Labour party has begun its own investigation into the Abrahams donor scandal as the Electoral Commission and commentators look for the smoking gun.
The union flag should be emblazoned with the Welsh dragon, a Labour MP has said.
The government could save £300 million a year if it was more efficient in its use of office space, a report has claimed.
Gordon Brown was today left defending another colleague over the proxy donor scandal.
Government attempts to curb excessive working hours are not being enforced, with too many employers flouting the law, the TUC has claimed.
The government was today accused of pricing people off the railways after it emerged train fares are set to rise by as much as 14 per cent.
The government has urged parents to enthuse children about books after a global comparison shows British schoolchildren are reading less than five years ago.
The government's controversial plans for ID cards will be reviewed in the light of the loss of 25 million people's personal data.
Labour's approval rating has slumped to 27 per cent after Gordon Brown's potentially endured one of his worst weeks as prime minister.
The government has been urged to do more to ensure that women are given more choice in where they give birth.
David Cameron today attempted to prove that the Conservatives and not Gordon Brown have the vision to govern the UK.