The Mayor of London has established a civil liberties panel whose first task will be to look into the policing of the G20 protests.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPPC) has announced it will be investigating the alleged assault of a 22-year-old woman during the G20 protests.
Alan Duncan appears to have prompted a minor diplomatic spat with his comments on Have I Got News For You, leading US Christian groups to call for the expulsion of the British ambassador.
Operations in Iraq are winding down, with the UK handing over power to the US.
Jarvis Cocker, lead singer with indie band Pulp, has been forced to deny supporting the Tories after an interview in which he called a Conservative government "necessary".
Britain's efforts to create an effective strategy for Afghanistan are being undermined by "juvenile" interdepartmental tensions, General Sir Mike Jackson has claimed.
There are growing signs the Tories may not renew the Trident nuclear defence if they attain power.
The Metropolitan police have confirmed they are beginning preparations ahead of a planned march and rally in London tomorrow.
The Commons has backed a Liberal Democrat motion opposing the government's' policy on the Gurkhas, in a "historic" defeat for defence ministers.
Alistair Darling insisted an "extraordinary series of events" was behind his decision not to balance the Budget before 2018 in an evidence session to MPs this afternoon.
Gordon Brown has told MPs Britain's approach against the Taliban will shift towards its border areas with Pakistan, as he announced 700 more troops will be sent to Afghanistan this year.
Review this week's unusual - and Gurkha-dominated - PMQs here.
A Tamil protestor on hunger strike in Parliament Square could die within the next few days, doctors have warned.
At least a third of government departments are failing to meet targets on sustainable procurement, a report revealed today.
The government launched a new consultation on autism today by having five people with Autism Spectrum Conditions deliver the first responses in person to care services minister Phil Hope.
The Commons' influential anti-sleaze watchdog has handed Gordon Brown his latest setback in the run-up to tomorrow's vote by MPs.
The government is facing a "care crisis" unless it conducts a radical reform of the care system to support the growing number of older people needing care, a charity warned today.
Programme launched to help jobless graduates
David Miliband is in Sri Lanka today seeking to persuade the Colombo government to temporarily cease fighting with the Tamil Tiger rebels.
The Conservatives have categorically denied claims David Cameron is featured in a video clip of a rave which apparently took place over 20 years ago.
A politics.co.uk poll conducted throughout the Budget period has found staggering levels of suspicion about Treasury predictions for the economy.
Downing Street's attempt to seize the MPs expenses agenda lies in tatters after Gordon Brown was forced to abandon his attempted reforms.
Gordon Brown has visited the former concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau while on a trip to Poland.
A government decision which the shipping industry has warned could force many businesses based around British ports into bankruptcy has been criticised by an influential MP.