There were varied reactions from Westminster to today's sale of Cadbury's takeover by American firm Kraft, with the prime minister saying he was "determined" the same level of investment was retained in the UK.
The woman banned from wearing a small crucifix while working for British Airways takes her case to the court of appeal today.
One in eight prescriptions given to children contain errors, a startling new report has found.
Govt waste strategy rubbished
The completion of Britain's two new aircraft carriers and even the continued reliance on Trident were placed in doubt last night as the head of the Army embraced a historic shift in the country's defence priorities.
George Osborne will learn if he is to be penalised over his expenses claims later.
Gordon Brown has put Britain at the heart of Europe, following a meeting in Downing Street with the new EU president.
A Tory councillor has been suspended for six months for bringing his office into disrepute.
Increasing pressures on Britain's armed forces led Geoff Hoon to oppose major reinforcements in Afghanistan before UK troops left Iraq.