The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats have demanded the government explains why counter-terrorism resources for Pakistan are being cut.
George Osborne has been ordered to pay back £1,666 after breaching expenses rules, but MPs have made clear they blame the Fees Office for his "unintentional" overclaim.
MSPs will vote on whether to give terminally ill people the right to die today.
Three public bodies must pay £95,000 in damages after failing to act against an unauthorised waste site containing enough rubbish to fill three Olympic-sized swimming pools.
A dispute has broken out over whether tobacco companies should be forced to pay a 'clean-up charge' for cigarette butts.
Vast amounts of government data have been released for public scrutiny for the first time today - thanks to the work of the world wide web's inventor.
The government's Train to Gain, which improves the skill level of employees, has been mismanaged, an influential committee of MPs said today.
An economic adviser to David Cameron has warned that spending cuts could be forced as high as £75 billion.
Over 300,000 social housing properties are still not classed as 'decent', according to a public spending watchdog.
FTSE executives enjoyed more modest pay increases than the general population last year, a surprising new report has found.
Weight loss surgeons have attacked the NHS' "unethical" approach to providing the surgery, citing the existence of an unfair postcode lottery.
MPs will vote on whether they accept expenses auditor Sir Thomas Legg's findings, it has been reported.
A new premium visa service aimed at rich foreign footballers, businessmen and pop stars costing £15,000 will help fund ID cards, the Home Office announced yesterday.