Boris Johnson's lead over Ken Livingstone is slim enough for the Labour candidate to pull off a surprise victory on Thursday, a new poll suggests.
David Cameron has lashed out in the Commons after being forced to return to Westminster to answer questions about the Jeremy Hunt row.
Prime minister David Cameron has spoken out against the murderers of 60-year-old British aid worker Khalil Dale, whose body was discovered yesterday.
Voters will be responsible for austerity policies unless they vote against Boris Johnson this week, a Labour MP has claimed.
Labour's leaders are fighting this week's local elections by pointing the finger at the "out-of-touch" coalition government.
Protecting the City while neglecting Britain's struggling families is "immoral", according to Scotland's senior Catholic.
David Cameron is refusing to revert to a 'plan B' despite the double-dip recession and a new polling setback for his party.
David Cameron will act as the judge of Jeremy Hunt's behaviour after Lord Justice Leveson refused to do so, he has made clear.
Barclays bank faced outrage from its shareholders at its annual general meeting today, with close to 27% voting against executives' pay.
MPs are warning the government that too much of EU development aid is going to "relatively rich" states.
Labour tried to outmanoeuvre the Conservatives on the issue of pornography today, as it threw its support behind plans to force internet users to 'opt-in' to online sexual content.
Downing Street's attempts to prevent an independent inquiry into Jeremy Hunt's actions during News Corp's bid for BSkyB seemed doomed to failure last night, amid mounting pressure in Westminster.
Rupert Murdoch's lawyer said he was engaged in a personal campaign against him after he gave evidence to the Leveson inquiry today.
Jeremy Hunt's senior civil servant has refused to explicitly back the embattled culture secretary.
Boris Johnson will be re-elected mayor of London on the 3rd of May, according to the latest ComRess poll.
Rupert Murdoch has blamed "one or two individuals" for not telling him about phone-hacking at the News of the World in his appearance at the Leveson inquiry.
Britain has gone from little use of renewable energy to having it account for nearly 10 per cent of its electricity sources, the prime minister will say today at a meeting of energy ministers in London.
Economists are questioning whether Britain is really in a double-dip recession, as Labour makes the most of yesterday's news.
Ken Livingstone tried to patch things up with his Labour rival for mayoral candidate today with an offer of a job for Oona King if he wins the elections.
David Cameron has endured one of his worst PMQs since becoming prime minister, when a return to recession and allegations from the Leveson inquiry proved disastrous for the government.
Jeremy Hunt looks set to stay in his job at least until his appearance at the Leveson inquiry, after he emerged relatively unscathed from a torrid session in the Commons.
The public are becoming "disengaged" with political matters, according to new data released today.
David Cameron hammered by a return to recession and allegations against Jeremy Hunt ahead of the local elections.
Health professionals are expressing concerns that the changes to the NHS will make child protection and related health services more difficult.