The coalition government remains popular with voters after 100 days, a new YouGov poll suggests.
Lord Pearson has stepped down as Ukip leader, admitting he is not "cut out" for party politics.
The president of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has came out in support of reform of Britain's drug laws.
Inflation has dropped 0.1% to 3.1% in July but it remains above target.
Diane Abbott has said she would be prepared to send British troops to war as prime minister - if it was legal.
Unite has called off the threat of strikes at six of Britain's airports following negotiations between the union, BAA and mediator Acas.
Charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups can look forward to less paperwork following the government's appointment of a red tape-cutting taskforce.
The government is to outlaw wheel-clamping on private land in England and Wales.
Cutting public services and benefits will make Britain's terrible record on social mobility even worse, the TUC has warned.
The government could save money by paying employers to take on disadvantaged young people as interns, a thinktank has claimed.
Freed Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi could live for years, a cancer specialist has warned.