Tory leader David Cameron is the clear favourite to become prime minister, according to a poll of politics.co.uk users.
Iran is considering downgrading its ties with the UK, the country's foreign ministry has said.
Public school boys "run Britain" according to former shadow home secretary David Davis.
New Speaker John Bercow is preparing to conduct his first ever prime minister's questions today, following a difficult first day which saw him on the receiving end of criticism from his own party.
The man who passed on details of MP's expenses to the Telegraph from an unknown whistleblower has said that he did so for the public good, and not financial gain.
A £1m government scheme to help unsuccessful asylum seekers to leave the UK helped only one family to return home.
Bishops could be banned from the House of Lords, under new reform plans being considered by Gordon Brown.
Schools have repeatedly suspended pupils as young as four for inappropriate sexual behaviour, an Ofsted inquiry has found.
Complaints about one of Boris Johnson's deputy mayors' business expenses are being formally reported to the police, the London Assembly has confirmed.
Thousands of building workers will hold a nationwide ballot this month to try to bring an end to disputes in power stations and refineries across the country.
The world economy is set to rally from the worst recession in post-war history, but UK growth will flatline in 2010 according to an influential think-tank.
Tories have called on ministers to make a public statement about online security threats after reports revealing government plans were published in several newspapers.
Gordon Brown was advised during PMQ to refrain from insulting other European parties as a result of comments he made yesterday about Poland's leading party.
Bank governor downbeat on deficit
A Labour couple has been given a month by their local council before it repossesses their 'main' home.
The BBC is to publish details of salaries and expenses of its top 100 executives today amid accusations it is wasting millions of pounds of public funds.