Police officers will regain the ability to press charges in thousands of minor criminal cases, new home secretary Theresa May announced today.
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has dismissed claims that proposals to hand parliament the power to dissolve parliament are unconstitutional.
There are reports today that the Conservatives have been forced to back down on their commitment to scrap the Human Rights Act (HRA) in a bid to maintain the unity of the coalition government.
Clegg: We'll tear through the statute book
Chancellor George Osborne will face pressure to freeze public sector pay for two years when he attends the Confederation of British Industry's (CBI) annual dinner later.
Gordon Brown was prepared to set out a timetable for his departure on the eve of the general election campaign, it has been revealed.
The government will not whip MPs to repeal the ban on hunting.
Senior civil servants protested against ministerial decisions made in the final months of the Labour government, it has emerged.
Labour MP Eric Illsley faces false accounting charges which allege he dishonestly claimed over £20,000 in parliamentary expenses.
Ed Miliband has added to growing disquiet within Labour ranks over the deadline for leadership contest nominations.
The Labour MP who was stabbed at a constituency surgery has been released from hospital.
The swearing-in of MPs at the start of new parliament has revealed an unexpected religious divide between the Conservative and Labour frontbench teams.
Former health secretary Andy Burnham today announced his desire to join the Labour leadership contest if he can secure the required 33 nominations from fellow Labour MPs.