The government is being accused of smuggling a clause into today's coroners and justice bill which will effectively overwrite Britain's data protection laws.
The House of Lords met today to debate the cash for amendments affair with Lady Royall answering questions.
The Disasters Emergency Committee appeal for humanitarian assistance to cope with the fallout from the Gaza conflict has been rejected by Sky News.
Gordon Brown has called for the creation of a "new global order" and action to avoid "financial mercantilism" in a speech.
Spouses who kill their partners after finding them cheating will no longer be able to escape a murder charge by claiming they had lost control, if new legislation is passed today.
The government may potentially be violating the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in a new bill which will allow witnesses the right to anonymity.
MPs are to consider plans to introduce secret coroner's inquests later today.
The Tory lead over Labour has shot up again, rising from five to 15 points in one month.
Police have introduced a new 'three strikes' regime to target cannabis users following the government's reclassification of the drug to class B.
A data disk containing details of 2,000 British Council employees has been lost.
Gordon Brown faced accusations he is the 'King of Spin' today, after a report revealed he has more press officers than any PM in the last 30 years.
David Cameron has promised to give MPs more chances to quiz him in greater detail about his policies if he becomes prime minister.
Former work and pensions secretary Peter Hain delivered his apology to the Commons this afternoon over "serious and substantial" breaches of parliament's code of conduct on donations.
Legislation which the Liberal Democrats say will make it harder for people to petition their local council has come under attack in the Lords.