David Cameron has told voters the scale of the economic problem facing Britain is "even worse than we thought" at a major speech marking his first month in power.
Ministers will have to justify their spending cuts before a panel of senior ministers, under reported government plans.
Political comedy The Thick Of It has come home with three awards from the Bafta television awards.
The candidates in the race to become the next leader of the Labour party are finally going head-to-head, just days before the nomination process closes.
The Conservatives have won their number two target in Wales.
The Labour's government's 'bin tax' proposals to charge those who refuse to recycle is set to be disposed of by communities and local government secretary Eric Pickles.
The country's leading barrister has spoken out against the minimum age of criminal responsibility, saying a child of ten cannot appreciate what is "criminally wrong".
Foreign secretary William Hague has embarked on a round of visits to European capitals as he seeks to adopt a pragmatic approach to the continent.
Britain and France have issued a joint demand for an international presence on a probe into the Israeli military's raid on a Gaza-bound aid ship.
Labour leadership candidate Jim Garner outlines his vision for the future of his party, as he looks ahead through a combination of "actions" and "words".
A review expected to roll back New Labour's educational targets for children under five has been launched.
The Liberal Democrats have finally published their plans on how they will maintain an independent voice within the coalition government.