David Cameron has endured one of his toughest afternoons in the Commons, as MPs from across the political spectrum attacked his performance in Brussels.
Labour needs to stay on the centre-ground of British politics if it is to win the general election, Liam Byrne has said.
Initial skirmishes are taking place over plans to impose plain cigarette packaging, ahead of a public consultation this spring.
Differences of opinion are emerging within the coalition over its response to the RBS bonus row.
Three leading journals have launched a coordinated defence against Andrew Lansley's NHS reforms, despite widespread resignation to the idea that it may already be too late to stop it.
The bruising process of reforming public sector pensions will not save the taxpayer any money, a respected economic think tank has argued.
Scotland's progressive instincts can best be fostered if it remains part of the UK, Ed Miliband has said.
British voters will be able to have their say on the UK's ongoing involvement in Europe this year - in a series of entirely unofficial referendums.
The British government is refusing to put up a fight at the latest summit of EU leaders in Brussels over the use of EU institutions, risking the anger of Conservative backbenchers.
Labour figures claimed victory today after RBS chief executive Stephen Hester gave up his bonus following threats of a Commons vote.
Efforts to tackle low-level crime by forcing police officers to investigate anti-social behaviour complaints are being criticised as "weak" by the opposition.
Ken Livingstone tried to build on his surprising new lead over Boris Johnson today with a promise to resign as mayor if he fails to cut fares.
The tightening up of the law around smacking children partly contributed to the riots which hit England last summer, a local MP has claimed.
David Cameron's increasingly "dictatorial" approach to the Scottish independence referendum is increasing the likelihood of a 'yes' vote, Alex Salmond has said.
Iain Duncan Smith has joined the growing chorus of voices calling on Stephen Hester to turn down his £1 million bonus.
Eurosceptics are planning to force the government to repatriate 130 EU crime and policing laws overnight using a mass opt-out clause in the Lisbon treaty.
RBS boss Stephen Hester's £1 million bonus has sparked outrage among union leaders, the opposition and even a government minister.
Ed Miliband has hit upon an improbable chink in David Cameron's political armour: the chocolate orange.
Policing minister Nick Herbert has insisted falling police numbers will not necessarily lead to a worse frontline service.
The coalition's embattled NHS reforms appear to have narrowly avoided a sweeping condemnation from one of the medical community's biggest organisations.
Nick Clegg has pledged to accelerate moves to remove income tax payments for the first £10,000 people earn.
Europe must mirror Britain's "bold action" to improve its economic performance, David Cameron has told the World Economic Forum.
Lords reform was in manifesto, Mark Harper points out
Peers rejected the government's welfare reform bill yet again last night, in the largest Lords defeat yet for the coalition.