The past decade has seen Labour save the NHS, Tony Blair said today ten years after his famous election warning of "24 hours to save the NHS".
Tony Blair's premiership has been a decade of waste, his critics claim, and unusually one of his closest confidantes agrees.
The home secretary John Reid has rejected calls from opposition politicians for a full inquiry into the intelligence surrounding the July 7th terrorist attacks after it emerged two of the bombers were monitored by MI5 but not identified as potential terrorists.
Labour is braced to lose as many as 500 councillors in the forthcoming local election, as even Tony Blair concedes the party are facing a "tough time" mid-term.
The government's decision to drop a fraud inquiry into a multi-billion pound defence deal with Saudi Arabia may have caused "severe damage" to the UK's reputation as a corruption-fighting country, MPs have warned.
The home secretary John Reid has insisted that the Labour party will not become "fractured" after current leader Tony Blair steps down.
Tony Blair has said that his original analysis of anti-social behaviour and problem families was misguided ten years ago.
Labour are heading for their worst election performance in two decades, the latest opinion polls suggest.
Financial problems in the NHS have led to a loss of frontline staff, opposition politicians have claimed.
Tony Blair is to meet with Polish leaders today for talks which are set to be dominated by the EU constitution.
With less than a week to go before the Welsh election, two opinion polls suggest Labour will lose its majority.
Diplomatic assurances between the government and Libya to guarantee the human rights of deportees have been discredited by senior judges.
Michael Meacher has confirmed either he or John McDonnell is prepared to withdraw their bids for the Labour leadership in order to present a united leftist challenge to Gordon Brown.
Despite a consistent poll lead for the SNP, the Labour leader Jack McConnell has insisted there is still "all to play for" ahead of next week's Scottish election.
The sacked Conservative shadow minister Patrick Mercer could return to the frontbenches if the Tories win the next election, David Cameron said today.
Peers have approved the use of phone tap evidence in organised crime cases, despite government opposition.
The government has welcomed figures that appear to show students have not been deterred by the introduction of top-up tuition fees.
Opposition politicians and human rights groups have increased calls for an investigation into counter-terrorism leaks, after it was claimed media leaks comprised investigations.
The Conservatives' green credentials have been dented by claims they are the least environmentally-friendly party in Scotland.
The UK and US have signed a new bilateral extradition treaty, which will allow the extradition of suspected internet paedophiles among other enhanced measures.
Welsh Labour today promised to put children and young people at the heart of government if elected for a third term in next week's assembly election.
Splitting up the Home Office will improve security but not at the expense of liberty, the home secretary John Reid said yesterday.
More than half of voters hope the next general election will bring a change of government, the latest Guardian/ICM opinion poll suggests.
Labour's Scottish election campaign has been buoyed by more than 150 business leaders speaking out in favour of the union.