Liberal Democrat frontbencher Jeremy Browne has won his appeal against repaying nearly £18,000 of expenses claims.
Last-ditch talks to rescue Northern Ireland's powersharing agreement appear to have met with failure, as the deadline for a deal nears.
Westminster turned into a media circus as Tony Blair finally faced the Iraq inquiry today.
Parliament is struggling to cope with the consequences of No 10's growing power, a group of peers has claimed.
Afghanistan's president Hamid Karzai pledged action on anti-corruption and reconciliation with the Taliban at today's London conference.
Fathers will be able to take six months paternity leave while the child's mother returns to work, according to new plans to be announced by the government today.
Negotiations on the final stages of devolution to Northern Ireland continue today, as the deadline set yesterday comes ever closer.
The international community has agreed a "comprehensive approach" to growing instability in Yemen after yesterday's meeting in London.
Gordon Brown pledged to defeat the Taliban on the battlefield and in people's hearts and minds in his opening remarks to the London Afghanistan conference.
Vince Cable will set out his vision for a proportional representative electoral system today, at an event organisers describe as "hauntingly" reminiscent of the 1970s.
The spread of areas dominated by student housing will be halted by the government as it imposes new rules on landlords, it was announced yesterday.
Councils offering "bog-standard" services because of cost cutting will not be accepted, the communities secretary has warned.
Miliband regrets 'inexplicable' Iran snub
Alcohol-related deaths in the UK shot up to 9,031 in 2008, from 8,724 in year before, new figures show.
The British national party (BNP) will vote on whether to accept non-white members on February 14th.
Harriet Harman lost her "cut-glass" 1950s accent, she has admitted, but insists she did not do so deliberately.
The Lib Dems stepped up their campaign to get documents related to the Iraq war declassified today, by saying a short adjournment may be necessary to ensure all the key facts are on the table.
Lord Goldsmith has finally explained why he changed his mind about the legality of the war in Iraq.
Inequality has reached its highest point since the Second World War, the government's own panel on the subject has found.
Northern Ireland's political parties have until Friday morning to reach agreement on justice and policing, Gordon Brown and Irish taoiseach Brian Cowen demanded today.
London mayor Boris Johnson has stood down as head of the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA), but insisted crime remains his "top priority".
Not enough doctors realise the production of some NHS supplies involves child labour, the British Medical Association (BMA) has warned.
Fears that "doubts" about radical reforms to the way the Commons works could prevent them becoming reality should be suppressed in the interests of parliament, according to a group of senior MPs.
Ministers should pass fewer laws, but make them better, a team of civil servants has suggested.