Growth figures mask the possibility of enduring unemployment, Douglas Alexander will claim.
A BBC investigation into corruption at Fifa has hit England's troubled World Cup bid.
Gordon Brown pushed for a deal which would see the hacker serve his sentence in UK.
Opposition parties have questioned the PM's judgement.
David Cameron survived two and half hours of scrutiny from the most powerful backbenchers in Westminster this afternoon.
The number of skilled workers coming to the UK ought to be cut by between 13% and 25%, the government's immigration advisers have recommended.
Labour MPs have queued up to attack the government for scrapping parts of the Equality Act.
The man conducting a review of Britain's counter-terrorism legislation has urged US president Barack Obama not to 'blink' over civil trials for Guantanamo detainees.
Alan Johnson has cemented his reputation as a potential problem for Ed Miliband with a public call for his leader to cut his ties with unions.
Students will show their displeasure at cuts and tuition fees in a symbolic act of protest later today, as demonstrators head to Conservative offices in North London.
British troops' confidence and morale was "badly damaged" by the way the strategic defence and security review was handled, according to an internal Ministry of Defence (MoD) report.
A Conservative co-chairman and old friend of the prime minister is one of the names being mooted for peerages, according to reports.
David Cameron easily batted away attacks from Harriet Harman today during a strange and bad-tempered PMQs session.
Theresa May will scrap a legal duty to help reduce inequality, as she undoes last-minute changes made by Harriet Harman before leaving office.
Chancellor George Osborne is preparing the ground for a British intervention to prop up Ireland's struggling economy.
Twelve groups of public sector staff will be 'pathfinders' for a scheme to set up employee-owned mutuals as part of the government's 'big society' drive.
The graduate tax is too similar to the government's tuition fees proposals to warrant a major political dispute within the Labour party, left-wingers have claimed.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have gone back on promises made to increase the number of midwives, the Royal College of Midwives has claimed.
The offer of academy status will be extended to all schools in England, Michael Gove will announce today.
Elections to the devolved legislatures could be separated from general elections by up to six months, ministers have said.
An under fire Nick Clegg has promised to assist "in any way I can" to bring about the rescue of troubled football club Sheffield Wednesday.
The British victims of Guantanamo Bay will be offered millions of pounds in compensation today, as the government desperately tries to keep their cases out of court.
Political leaders have congratulated the royal couple in getting engaged while journalists ask whether the government is trying to bury bad news.
Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National party have won Labour's support as they attempt to shorten the life-span of each parliament.