Tony Blair will face scathing criticism when the final report into the Iraq war is published, it is being reported.
Alleged instances of computer-hacking will now be assessed by police alongside the ongoing phone-hacking investigation.
Public sector workers should be afraid of losing their jobs because it will make them more productive, Oliver Letwin has said.
Boris Johnson had his demands for a cut to higher-rate income tax humiliatingly rejected by Danny Alexander this morning.
Coalition changes to NHS funding are seeing money being taken from poorer areas and given to rich ones, according to a previously unpublished document.
David Cameron is being told to "come clean" over his discussions about BSkyB with the Murdoch empire, after Labour sent a flurry of letters demanding answers.
Private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, one of two people already convicted over phone-hacking, has insisted he hacked phones "on the instructions of others".
Rupert Murdoch's foam pie attacker 'Jonnie Marbles' has been convicted of assault and causing harassment, alarm and distress.
Louise Mensch has apologised to Piers Morgan over incorrect phone-hacking allegations, after admitting separately that she had "probably" taken drugs in the 90s.
Press Complaints Commission (PCC) chair Peta Buscombe has resigned, as the phone-hacking scandal claims another "convenient scalp".
The English Football Association (FA) is in need of urgent reform if it is to tackle widespread problems in the game, MPs have said.
A further 7,000 civilian jobs are to go at the Ministry of Defence (MoD), a leaked letter suggests.
Members of the public will be able to get issues of their choosing debated on the floor of the Commons - if they can find 99,999 people to agree with them.
Britain should quicken Muammar Gaddafi's fall from power by arming Libyan rebels, former defence secretary Malcolm Rifkind has called.
James Murdoch will face another grilling from MPs if Labour backbencher Tom Watson gets his way.
The mother of murdered eight-year-old Sarah Payne has reportedly been informed by Scotland Yard that she was a target of News of the World private investigator Glenn Mulcaire.
James Murdoch has been backed unanimously by the BSkyB board, ahead of more devastating revelations in the phone-hacking scandal.
Boris Johnson may have perverted the course of justice by branding phone-hacking allegations "codswallop" while a police investigation was ongoing.
Downing Street has refused to reveal whether Andy Coulson saw sensitive information on counter-terrorism, amid continued speculation over his clearance level.
The two men who threw doubt over James Murdoch's testimony to parliament are to face questions from MPs, it is being reported.
The judge leading the inquiry into phone-hacking has pledged to compel witnesses to provide statements and relevant documents "as soon as possible".
Unions have hit out at proposals for pension contribution increases which will affect 2.5 million nurses, teachers and civil servants.
Egypt faces a "turbulent and difficult" few months as the Arab Spring struggles to establish itself, William Hague has warned.
David Cameron's chief 'blue skies' adviser proposed giving the struggling economy a boost by scrapping maternity leave, it has emerged.