Political staff and journalists at the BBC have co-signed a letter to union representatives criticising planned strikes during the Tory conference - and have received an indignant response.
David Cameron is not prepared to retreat from plans to cut Britain's military budget, despite strong opposition from the defence secretary, according to a report.
Ed Miliband has suggested the party would put a larger emphasis on greater taxation rather than public spending cuts.
The man behind Ed Miliband's leadership campaign has made his speech to conference, with political pundits weighing up his words for signs of his future role.
Britain's pragmatic consensus on cutting military spending reflects the weakening of Britain's national spirit, a defence campaigner has claimed.
Applicants hoping to earn salaries as regular police officers may have to first volunteer as special constables, as a cost-cutting measure.
The BBC's portrayal of gay, lesbian and bisexual people is not positive enough, an internal report has admitted.
Children in poverty are held back by parents' refusal to adopt an old-fashioned "tough love" approach, Frank Field has said.
Eric Pickles has jumped on a proposal to save taxpayers' money by turning down the heating in his government department.
David Cameron has added to the list of businessmen advising him on policy.
The wording of the referendum on electoral reform should be changed because some voters are struggling to understand it, the election watchdog has said.
A former employee of the House of Commons fees office who forged expenses receipts in order to pay off debts has been jailed.
The government is being accused of allowing the pay gap between men and women to grow by watering down the Equalities Act.
A police chief constable has said sorry after admitting concealed CCTV in mainly Muslim areas undermined community relations.
Nick Clegg has used his first visit as deputy prime minister to Wales to call for calm over the impending spending cuts.
David Miliband has decided not to stand for the shadow Cabinet and will remain on the backbenches while his brother leads the Labour party.
Ed Miliband made his first move to take control of the Labour party today, when he told Nick Brown he did not want him for the chief whip role.
The media in Britain has a "fair game" attitude to attacking the Muslim community, Sayeeda Warsi has claimed.
The strategic defence and security review (SDSR) will have "grave political consequences" for the government, defence secretary Liam Fox has warned David Cameron.
Ed Balls has called on his party to offer a clear "Labour alternative" to the coalition government's programme of spending cuts, as he made his pitch for a senior job in the shadow Cabinet.
Ed Miliband has confirmed he will eventually marry his girlfriend, after being repeatedly asked the question during a round of post-speech interviews.
The UK's withdrawal from its deployment in southern Iraq constituted a "defeat" according to US generals.
A second round of quantitative easing is needed to stave off a potential double-dip recession, a member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) has said.
Boris Johnson should give up his "£250,000" Daily Telegraph column and "focus on the day job", Ken Livingstone has said.