A pro-Christian advert that claims a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer in young women increases teenage infertility has been banned by the advertising watchdog.
The murky status of detainees at Guantanamo Bay has been clouded further after doubt was cast on when British-linked inmates would be released.
The government is nervy about a large-scale rebellion today on Heathrow's proposed third runway - but hopes it will avoid an outright defeat.
An influential committee of MPs has called on the Treasury to prepare and publish plans for printing money, should deflation get even worse.
The government is putting child poverty targets in jeopardy by focusing its economic rescue package on banks and not families, it has been claimed.
Liberty and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) have come together to establish an Anglo-American alliance based on civil liberties and human rights.
A motion calling for school uniforms to be free of all VAT is gathering support in Westminster.
Evan Harris says he is confident his attempt to abolish the ban on the monarchy marrying a Catholic will meet with cross-party support.
Sir Paul Stephenson has become the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, taking over From Sir Ian Blair.
CEO's confidence in business has reached an all time low as top executives predict a slow, gradual recovery of the economy over the next three years.
Lady Royall has hinted that the four peers embroiled in the 'cash for amendments' scandal could face suspension or even expulsion.
Boris Johnson will receive his second call to give evidence over the arrest of Damian Green today, after failing to attend the first time around.
In a rare boost to Britain's floundering employment market, Asda and BSkyB have announced the creation of 8,000 new jobs.
Troubles compensation plan defended
Ken Clarke has reportedly branded David Cameron's tax plan for married couples as tantamount to "social engineering", and an ill-advised lurch towards the policies of the "religious right" in America.
Workers have walked out of an oil refinery today over a dispute about foreign workers.
The world economy will grow at its slowest rate since the second world war in 2009, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has claimed.