The Conservatives have moved on from their homophobic past, David Cameron has insisted.
Cherie Booth faces an official complaint after allowing a criminal to escape prison because of his religious beliefs.
Admirals, generals and air marshals are among senior staff at the Ministry of Defence (MoD) who can expect their marching orders in the coming strategic defence review.
Democratic Unionist party (DUP) leader Peter Robinson is back as Northern Ireland's first minister, after claiming his wife's scandal did not pose a legal threat to him.
Sir Thomas Legg's approach to rectifying the allowances system has been attacked by the judge appointed to hear MPs' appeals.
The Liberal Democrats have outlined their proposals to swap the ID cards scheme with 3,000 more police officers.
Sir Thomas Legg blamed parliamentary culture, the Speaker and MPs themselves for allowing the system of expenses to become so damaging to British politics today.
A Tory MP has been ordered to pay back £2,100 and apologise in writing for wrongly claimed food by the parliamentary standards watchdog.
David Cameron hosted a set of lady freemasons for tea in parliament, according to new details released today.
MPs will discover tomorrow if any of them will face criminal charges over their expenses.
The row over Lord Ashcroft is to be investigated by the public administration committee, it emerged today.