Gordon Brown launched plans for electoral reform this morning that could bring fundamental changes to the way Britain votes.
Catholic pastors are preparing for their biggest confrontation with the government in years after the Pope encouraged them to take on Harriet Harman's equality bill.
George Osborne sought to move the debate on from spending cuts as he outlined his party's plans for dealing with the economy in a speech today.
Britain's preparation for major terrorist threats is being crippled by "institutional inertia", an influential committee of MPs said today.
David Cameron faces accusations of interfering with politics in Northern Ireland as agreement between the province's two main parties moves closer.
The Tory lead has slipped to seven per cent, according to a new poll released today.
Workers from Cadbury's plants are lobbying their MPs in Westminster as the chocolate-maker's takeover by US firm Kraft is finalised.
A former health minister's attempt to derail the government's proposals for free social care failed in the Lords last night, as consensus over the policy remains elusive.
Around a quarter of the MPs told to repay expenses claims have succeeded in reducing or wiping out auditor Sir Thomas Legg's demands, it has been reported.
Gordon Brown came out fighting this afternoon after being faced with a hostile liaison committee which challenged him on the budget deficit.