The prime minister has expressed sadness at the death of Michael Jackson, which occurred suddenly yesterday in Los Angeles.
The majority of surgeons do not report "sharps injuries" according to a paper published by the Royal College of Surgeons today.
An overwhelming majority of young people in the UK don't trust politicians to make the right decisions for them, new research revealed.
The government will reverse one of the most significant education policies of the Blair era, ending centralised control of schools and granting teachers more powers, it was revealed today.
Gordon Brown will reaffirm the UK leadership in the fight against climate change, in a new report ahead of the decisive Copenhagen conference.
Mervyn King has been accused of entering into "an unholy alliance" with the Conservatives, in a new low in his relationship with government.
Just weeks after the humiliating defeat over the Gurkhas issue the government suffered only its second defeat in the Commons ever yesterday.
British rhetoric against Iran has stepped up a gear, with David Miliband saying the regime faced a "crisis of credibility".
A deal has been struck to end the bitter jobs dispute at the Lindsey oil refinery, unions say.
A Labour MP has confirmed claiming expenses for a member of staff to be treated at a private medical centre.
Schools secretary Ed Balls was accused today of breaching new Speaker John Bercow's ruling that MPs should speak to the Commons before making any announcement to the press.
A parliamentary inquiry will investigate whether counter-terrorism chiefs ordered the rendition and torture of a former British resident, it was revealed today.
French riot police made 47 arrests yesterday following clashes with activists trying to lead Calais asylum seekers through the channel tunnel to Britain.