Both Labour and the Conservatives are trying to paper over minor gaffes after Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in Westminster Abbey.
The government's NHS listening exercise will not result in any "fundamental" changes, the head of a leading health charity has said.
Britain's leading politicians have united around Prince William and Kate Middleton as the happy couple wed in Westminster Abbey.
Two news polls have shown the 'no' campaign storming ahead in the alternative vote referendum.
Nearly four out of ten people applying for a key sickness benefit were found fit to work, official figures show.
Britain's two new aircraft carriers could cost up to £2 billion more than initially planned.
Britain could provide arms for Libyan rebels, David Cameron has hinted.
Syria's ambassador will not be permitted to attend the royal wedding, the Foreign Office has announced.
The Liberal Democrats are stopping the Tories from "doing their worst", Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Tavish Scott has said.
The economy returned to growth in the first three months of 2011 but has failed to reach official expectations, figures show.
The shake-up of the NHS will put the health service's £20 billion efficiency drive at risk, according to a report.
Tony Blair and Gordon Brown have not received invitations to the royal wedding - unlike Sir John Major and Margaret Thatcher.
Labour's divide over the alternative vote has widened further as the bitter battle to win over the party's supporters intensifies.
A Welsh Labour candidate has been reprimanded after he made comments on Facebook wishing the death of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
Labour figures have reacted with outrage after David Cameron told a female opposition frontbencher to "calm down, dear".
Tim Farron has described Margaret Thatcher's government as "organised wickedness".
Bringing pressure to bear against Bashar al-Assad could prove "difficult", William Hague has admitted.
Cabinet is meeting this morning after a bitter Easter weekend of coalition infighting.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has hit the campaign trail in Scotland, as the election enters the critical final two-week stretch.
Peter Mandelson has joined the fray as the struggle for Labour voters' support on the alternative vote intensifies.
Margaret Thatcher's black Asprey handbag is expected to be auctioned off for £100,000 in June.
Legislation controlling phone-hacking is fragmented and needs greater clarity, the information commissioner has told MPs.
Andrew Lansley dismissed claims the government's listening exercise is not genuine.
Appealing to the public's expenses anger is unlikely to win over referendum voters to the 'yes' campaign, research has suggested.