The government is creating a "control state" but the Tories will undo much of Lasbour's authoritarian legislation, David Cameron has said.
The qualification for admission to the Jews' Free School (JFS) is a test of ethnicity and not religion and is therefore in breach of the Race Relations Act, the Court of Appeal ruled today.
Russia and China have already launched cyber attacks against the UK government, it emerged today.
The taxpayer was "exposed to enormous risks and liabilities" during the Treasury's handling of the Northern Rock crisis, a damning report by a group of MP's has concluded.
A Conservative U-turn forced Gordon Brown's hand last night as the prime minister abandoned plans to increase taxpayers' contributions to MPs' pensions.
The row over expenses was "horrible" and put "immense pressure" on Jacqui Smith's family, the former home secretary has admitted.
Shadow chancellor George Osborne is reviewing plans for an emergency two - day cabinet meeting soon after his party is elected which would bind ministers into large-scale spending cuts.
Lord West has been made the government's new minister in charge of cybersecurity strategy, amid anger from the Tories over the way the appointment was announced.
The government has pulled a sharp U-turn over its decision to restrain the actions of the committee in charge of overseeing the reform of parliament.
Boris Johnson's spent over £4,000 of taxpayer money on taxis since taking office just over a year ago it has been revealed.
The BBC's director-general claimed more than £2,000 in expenses for cutting short a family holiday after the scandal on Radio 2's Russell Brand show, it emerged today.
Two married Labour MPs have denied leaving their main home empty after they were given a month by their local council before it repossessed it.
A Conservative peer who admitted twice breaking the House of Lords anti-sleaze rules, will face no action it was revealed today.
The government remains cagey on the whereabouts of the postal services bill, which may not now be debated in the Commons before the summer recess.
Corus will receive £5 million from the government after the steel giant announced plans to lay off nearly 2,000 employees.
Gordon Brown was with young Labour candidates and activists as they signed a pledge promising to "put the country's interest first" this afternoon.