Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari's visit to Britain finished as acrimoniously as it began yesterday.
David Cameron invoked patriotic language as he sought to justify the coalition government's agenda for massive reductions in public spending.
American anger at the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi reflects their "culture of vengeance", the head of the Scottish Roman Catholic Church has said.
Vince Cable has yet again signalled his ongoing discomfort at the coalition government's agenda in a newspaper interview.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries became the latest government backbencher to question David Cameron's social housing plans yesterday.
Senior Liberal Democrat ministers are yet to make the same impact on the general public as their Conservative colleagues, research suggests.
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has defended his decision to close the UK Film Council, defying fierce opposition from the industry.
William Hague has attacked the "cowardly" Taliban following news of the death of British doctor Karen Woo in Afghanistan.