Families of British soldiers serving in Afghanistan have been told to brace themselves to expect casualties as an offensive against the Taliban is launched.
Lobbying in Westminster has got out of control, David Cameron has admitted.
Both Gordon Brown and Alistair Campbell revealed their emotional sides this weekend by breaking down on television.
Replacing the 1997 Human Rights Act (HRA) with a new British Bill of Rights will impose severe complications on devolution in UK, according to a leading legal expert's predictions.
Cancer patients will receive free home care from specialist nurses if Labour secures a general election win, Gordon Brown promised today.
Jack Straw has denied misrepresenting Britain's position on the legality of invading Iraq to US leaders in the run-up to the 2003 invasion.
The Muslim community should do more to help police fight extremism, a senior officer has said.
Campaigners have stepped up their efforts to give sentenced prisoners the right to vote in this year's general election.
A 'poll of polls' has confirmed the Conservatives are down to a single-digit lead, leading to concerns in the Tory high command.
Up to 15,000 jobs are at risk as a result of the government's attack on higher education funding, a union has warned.
The three Labour MPs set to go on trial for allegedly fiddling their expenses have had the whip suspended.
Voters should not be fooled by Gordon Brown and David Cameron's commitment to political reform, Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said today.
Cabinet ministers have made clear the three MPs facing prosecution over their expenses claims should not use parliamentary privilege for their defence.
Welsh AM Mick Bates has been stripped of his chairmanship of the National Assembly committee after he allegedly verbally abused hospital staff.
The Foreign Office has called Iran's decision to begin enriching higher-grade nuclear fuel from tomorrow "deeply worrying".