Labour needs to attract religious voters to help it win the general election, a Cabinet minister will say today.
The government tried to calm fears that homophobia could soon be on the rise due to a watering down of the sex education class legislation.
Gordon Brown will roll out the academies programme to primary schools today, in a key part of his general election campaign.
Dissident republicans have been blamed for the massive car bomb which exploded outside a Newry courthouse on Monday night.
Latin American states have united to back Argentina's claim over the Falkland Islands at a summit in Mexico.
Opponents of a new runway at Heathrow will start the next stage of their fight against the policy today with a high court legal battle.
Backbenchers' attempts to regain control of much of the Commons' agenda will require a vote, it was revealed yesterday.
Immigration minister Phil Woolas has denied the Labour government attempted to deliberately cover-up a mass immigration policy.
The bullying row which raged yesterday left the prime minister saddened, Ed Balls has said.
Tory election strategists will be frantically trying to re-establish a robust lead today after two polls suggested Britain was heading towards a hung parliament.
Vince Cable reassured banks that the Liberal Democrats are not their enemies today as he explained the party's plan to separate their retail and investment services.
Publication of guidance for Britain's intelligence agents detailing what counts as complicity in torture should not be withheld on grounds of national security, Ed Davey has said.
David Miliband has demanded a 'reset referendum' after the general election in a speech to influential thinktank Demos.
MPs voteed to launch an investigation into Trevor Phillips, chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), today.