Nick Clegg has launched into a thinly-veiled attack on Britain and America's decision to invade Iraq while visiting New York.
Britain will maintain its nuclear capabilities despite huge reductions elsewhere in military spending, Liam Fox has reportedly told US officials.
David Miliband and Ed Balls are among the Labour leadership candidates bracing themselves for defeat as Saturday's result approaches.
Leaked plans to cull the number of publicly-funded bodies have triggered an investigation from the Cabinet Office - which has not denied the reports.
Spending £15 billion on capital spending over the next five years is the minimum necessary to ensure all schoolchildren are taught in safe and structurally sound classrooms, a report has warned.
The division of banks' retail and investment functions is at the centre of a commission investigating reform of the banking sector.
There will be no re-valuation of council tax bands in England within the life of this parliament, the government has promised.
The flagship Conservative immigration policy is to be challenged at the High Court as unlawful, it has emerged.
The power to detain terrorism suspects for 28 days without charge may be a thing of the past in a matter of months.
Ex-prime minister Gordon Brown has used his first major speech since leaving office to call for worldwide co-operation in financial regulation, and to subtly denigrate the coalition's economic strategy.
Nick Clegg is only the third most popular Lib Dem amongst his own party, whilst Vince Cable's critique of capitalism struck a chord with voters, a poll has shown.