Theresa May has been forced into a humiliating apology to the Commons for briefing the press on a policy before she told the House.
Leaked figures from the Treasury forecasting massive job losses as a result of the Budget have prompted a bad-tempered exchange at PMQs.
The European court of human rights has rejected an attempt by the UK government to appeal a judgment over its stop-and-search powers.
The legal advice offered to Tony Blair by the former attorney general over the 2003 invasion of Iraq has been published by the Chilcot Inquiry.
The government has won a supreme court appeal confirming that troops are not protected by the Human Rights Act.
Labour leadership candidate Diane Abbott has given her support to left-wing diehard Ken Livingstone for the coming London mayoral race.
David Cameron could confirm an inquiry into British complicity in the torture of terror suspects later.
David Cameron has defended Nick Clegg from claims he 'sold out' when he entered into a coalition with the Conservatives.
Lawyers defending the three former Labour MPs and one peer facing a criminal trial over their expenses claims suggested parliament had been terrorised by the media yesterday.
Reductions in police numbers are inevitable, the president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) has warned.
The high court has banned protestors from remaining in the tent village on parliament square.
Two Liberal Democrat MPs have rebelled against plans to increase VAT in the Budget.
A third of those who backed the Liberal Democrats at the general election would not do so now, according to a ComRes poll for the Independent.
The Iraq inquiry has resumed its evidence sessions after breaking for the general election.
David Cameron takes his Cabinet outside London today, in a continuation of Gordon Brown's attempts to break the London-centric nature of British politics.
Coalition forces in Afghanistan remain committed to talks with disillusioned elements of the Taliban, Liam Fox has confirmed.
Downing Street is considering scaling back the G8 summit when it comes back to London in 2013.
Three former Labour MPs and a peer seeking to avoid facing a criminal trial over their expenses claims will have their parliamentary privilege defence tested by the high court today.
Theresa May is set to announce a temporary cap on the net number of non-EU immigrants arriving in Britain.
The new sports secretary has committed a major gaffe, suggesting the Hillsborough disaster was the fault of hooliganism.
John Prescott has waded into the row surrounding England's inglorious exit from the World Cup with a barbed attack on Sky News and demands that coach Fabio Capello retain his position.
David Cameron and George Osborne claimed international approval for the emergency Budget after the G20 backed action to halve deficits by 2013.
A fresh attack on disability benefits from George Osborne has sparked signs of tensions with the Tories' Lib Dem coalition partners.
A new system for Lords expenses, which would limit peers to £300 a day allowances, has been announced by Lord Strathclyde, leader of the Lords.