Four of the men at the centre of the British banking crisis have "unreservedly" apologised while appearing before MPs.
The parliamentary standards commissioner has rejected a request to investigate the expenses situation of home secretary Jacqui Smith.
Former RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin should have his knighthood revoked, an MP has said.
More than 100 MPs have signed up to a campaign calling on the government to axe plans to increase beer tax in this year's budget.
A European Commission decision to fund carbon capture technology at Kingsnorth power station has provoked angry responses from green groups.
A Labour MP will call on the government to introduce a veteran's ombudsman to deal with disputes between service personnel and the Ministry of Defence.
The financial crisis is more extreme than that of the 1930's, Ed Balls has said.
Peter Hain, the Cabinet secretary forced to resign following a donations scandal, has hit back at the Electoral Commission as "incompetent" and unaccountable.
Labour's sliding poll ratings have dipped to their lowest point in six months leaving it trailing the Conservatives by 14 points.
Scotland Yard's head of counter-terrorism today said the arrest of Conservative minister Damian Green was supposed to be carried out discreetly.
On the same day that its former bosses said sorry over the country's banking crisis, Royal Bank of Scotland has announced it is to cut 2,300 jobs.