Ministers are hoping to win over rebel Labour MPs who threaten a government defeat on the issue of pre-charge detention.
The government has announced a series of measures addressing fuel poverty issues after a week of pressure about rising fuel prices.
A British resident facing the death penalty in Guantanamo Bay has made a last ditch plea to Gordon Brown to intervene in his case.
Support for Labour has slumped below the nadir of 1980s leader Michael Foot, a new poll suggests.
The man widely regarded as frontrunner to become the next commissioner of the Metropolitan police has said the government should consider talking to al-Qaida.
In a rare piece of good news for the government, it appears the NHS is set to meet its target of reducing waiting times to 18 weeks as it celebrates its 60th birthday.
The planning bill will go down as a piece of "undemocratic and unaccountable legislation" if it is not amended, a Labour rebel has warned.
Deep rifts are occurring in the medical community over an appropriate response to Britain's level of cousin marriage.
Ian Paisley has refused to shake hands with his former enemy and current partner in government Martin McGuinness before his resignation tomorrow.
Accusations by Robert Mugabe that opposition parties are being bankrolled by the British government have been denied by the Movement for Democratic Change.
A new campaign warning young people of the dangers of carrying knives has been launched by the government.
The government's support for expanded nuclear energy plans and simultaneous hints at a deferral of the 2p increase in fuel duty have prompted criticism from the Conservatives.
The government has insisted negotiations to free five Britons held hostage in Iraq for exactly one year are still ongoing.
Government plans to ensure every child experiences five hours of culture a week moved a step closer to reality today.
The NHS has terminated its contract with IT provider Fujitsu Services in a major blow to its efforts to transfer much of its work online.
The Labour party is five weeks away from becoming insolvent, according to figures released by the Electoral Commission.
The Labour mayor of Doncaster has been expelled from the party after attempting to set up his own political group.
John Prescott says spin culture is responsible for poor relations between political parties and the media.
The government's nuclear programme will be a financial disaster according to a new report published today.
John Hutton, business secretary, has admitted the government is facing a test of its resolve.
The three remaining candidates for this year's United States presidential election have issued a statement of unity on Darfur.
Further moves to privatise post-16 education will undermine efforts to build strong further and higher education foundations in Britain, a union chief will warn today.
All images of child sex abuse, including drawings and computer-generated images, are set to be made illegal following a Ministry of Justice consultation on the subject.
Gordon Brown met with oil industry leaders this morning to address growing concerns about soaring oil prices.