The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has handed over evidence over the death of Ian Tomlinson at the G20 demonstrations to the crown prosecution service (CPS).
Frustrated parliamentarians are insisting on a public inquiry into allegations the British government has been complicit in torture.
A new report highlighting the level of taxpayer-funded lobbying has revealed the government spends an estimated £38 million a year lobbying other parts of the government.
Keir Starmer, the man responsible for clarifying right-to-die legislation, has voiced concerns at parliament's ability to decide the issue.
The man in charge of the expenses system received an eight per cent pay rise last year, according to newly released Commons accounts.
The number of 11-year-olds leaving primary school unable to read or write has reached half a million since Labour came to power, according to figures released today.
Nine local authority workers have been sacked after illegally accessing personal details of the public held on the government's national identity database.
The Conservatives have today announced the result of a groundbreaking open primary selection process, with Dr Sarah Wollaston winning the contest to be the party's candidate in Totnes.
It was revealed today that Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner has a history of campaigning against wind farms on the island, despite now speaking out against the closure of the Vestas plant.
Almost one in five social housing properties are classed as 'non-decent' accommodation, figures released today show.