David Cameron has tried to counter criticism of his European policy by promising no future British powers would ever be handed over to the EU without a referendum.
Sir Christopher Kelly's long-awaited review of expenses was published earlier today - and immediately accepted in full by party leaders.
Gordon Brown may call the general election earlier than thought.
The public must be allowed to scrutinise the use of CCTV over concerns councils are abusing their surveillance powers, the body representing council leaders has said.
BNP leader Nick Griffin has been refused permission to visit Sellafield nuclear plant over security fears.
Professor David Nutt, the scientist at the centre of the drugs advice storm, has called for an independent advisory body on drugs to be run along the lines of the Bank of England.
Peter Mandelson has demanded private talks with American carmaker General Motors over its scrapped plans to sell its subsidiary Vauxhall.