Police still cannot read data on ID cards more than two months after the first cards were issued to foreign nationals.
The government spent £18.5 million on flights last year, casting doubt on its commitment to budgeting and reducing carbon emissions.
"Pervasive and routine" surveillance and collection of information is undermining the public's right to privacy, a Lords committee reported today.
Two publicly-funded bodies providing investment for the voluntary and community sector have either wasted funds or failed to provide value for money, a National Audit Office (NAO) report released today has concluded.
This week's wildcat strikes at the Lindsey oil refinery have been condemned by a senior MP as an "indictment" of Britain's skills shortage problem.
Binyam Mohamed's lawyers will fight to re-open his case on the grounds that the UK government misled the highest court in the land when giving evidence.
The prime minister is a "one-eyed Scottish idiot," according to Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
Anglo-French relations took a knock last night after Nicolas Sarkozy publicly criticised Gordon Brown's handling of the economic crisis.
Conservative MP Damian Green has made angry protests about being prevented from discussing a police investigation involving him inside the Commons
The government is set to raise the minimum redundancy payment in a bid to help counteract the effects of the recession.