The coalition government will make it easier for Britain's long-term unemployed to relocate to find work, Iain Duncan Smith has said.
The 'special relationship' has been boosted by alcohol as David Cameron and Barack Obama exchanged bottles of beer, resolving a World Cup bet.
Two polls released today showed the Liberal Democrats slipping back to just 16%, seven points worse than their general election result.
David Cameron used close historic ties with India and the lure of prosperous future trade with China as he advanced the coalition's agenda to rebalance Britain's diplomatic stance towards Asia.
Former shadow home secretary Ann Widdecombe could be appointed Britain's ambassador to the Vatican, according to a report.
A temporary limit on the number of migrant workers from outside the EU allowed into Britain is expected to be announced tomorrow.
David Cameron was set to defy Argentina's demands for the renewal of talks over the fate of the Falkland Islands as talks on the fringe of the G8 and G20 summits in Canada continued.
The Unite union has postponed its planned ballot of cabin crew staff as members are given the chance to consider an offer by British Airways.
US treasury secretary Tim Geithner's advice to Europe and Japan to keep spending appeared to signal disapproval of Britain's emergency Budget cuts, as violence erupted at the G20 summit in Canada.