Michael Gove is to "apologise unreservedly" for misleading the Commons in a statement he made to the House on Monday.
John Bercow has silenced David Cameron at PMQs by preventing him from reading sections from a Labour memoir.
British forces are to withdraw from the Sangin area of Afghanistan, defence secretary Liam Fox has told the Commons.
Lord Ashcroft has given up his non-dom status in order to remain in the House of Lords, according to media reports.
Labour overstepped the mark on civil liberty issues, leadership candidate Ed Miliband has admitted.
Many more young people aged 16 to 18 are not in education, employment of training than previously thought, the Audit Commission has claimed.
Britain's head of state used her speech to the United Nations general assembly in New York to praise the values of cooperation - in an address with particular resonance for the coalition.
Conservative plans to introduce a marriage tax break have been challenged by a thinktank report arguing marriage is not decisive in making relationships more stable.
MPs tasked with approving the expenses watchdog's budget could strike a blow against the new allowances scheme later.
Teachers are to be given the freedom to physically restrain pupils to keep school pupils in check, ministers are expected to announce.