David Cameron has described his campaign to oust Gordon Brown from Downing Street as a "patriotic duty" in a robust speech to the Tory party spring conference.
A paragraph criticising MI5 from the ruling concerning Binyam Mohamed earlier this month has been published, in a further damaging blow to the government.
Fears of a double dip recession appear to have been temporarily put to bed as revised figures showed 0.3% growth in the UK economy.
The Conservative lead over Labour has been reduced to just five points, as the party prepares for its spring conference.
The bullying charity whose intervention in the Gordon Brown bullying allegations this week caused consternation and anger across the political spectrum is being investigated by the Charity Commission.
Music videos with suggestive themes should be banned before the watershed to prevent the sexualisation of children, a Home Office report has suggested.
Ed Miliband has become the latest politician to fall prey to a Twitter hack that sends out sexual explicit messages from the user's account.
Taliban fighters are offering an "incoherent" response to the Operation Moshtarak offensive in central Helmand province, despite the death of another British soldier.
The "motivation of the suspect" has been made the main focus for prosecutors when they assess assisted dying cases, but the director of public prosecutions has denied relaxing rules on euthanasia.
Gordon Brown repeatedly shouted at Tony Blair that he had ruined his life in their final confrontation before the handover of power, according to new details of Andrew Rawnsley's book.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced £1.3 billion of bonuses despite revealing losses of £3.6 billion.
Alex Salmond has revealed the questions that could be asked in a referendum on independence today.
An attempt to send global poverty up the agenda for the forthcoming general election campaign has got underway in St Paul's Cathedral.
George Osborne has dragged political debate back to the deficit, with a speech which made "Gordon Brown's debt" central to the Tory campaign.
The number of people claiming asylum in the UK has fallen, according to official figures.
David Cameron brutally mocked Gordon Brown's relationship with Alistair Darling today, after an interview with Sky News saw the chancellor admit Downing Street unleashed "the forces of hell" against him.
The media is facing its most comprehensive trial for years today, after an influential group of MPs finally released their long-awaited assessment of the industry.
The prime minister apologised to the British children forcibly sent to Commonwealth countries for a life of abuse and unpaid labour this afternoon.
The prime minister and his chancellor are engaged in an unprecedented war of words in public after Alistair Darling said the "forces of hell" had been unleashed against him.
Britain's libel laws are threatening to destroy the country's reputation for free speech and must be urgently reformed, MPs have warned.
MPs have hit back at Trafigura's attempt to impose a 'super-injunction' on parliamentary proceedings with a demand for firm regulations to make sure it never happens again.
The reporting of Maddy McCann's disappearance and the News of the World phone tapping scandal reveal the decline of press standards, MPs have found.
Peter Kilfoyle, one of Labour's most colourful backbenchers, has confirmed his plans to stand down at the general election.
United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon will meet with Argentina's foreign minister as opposition to Britain's ongoing sovereignty over the Falkland Islands rises.