Ed Miliband has become the first British politician to call for resignations at Barclays over the Libor scandal.
One of the biggest gay pride celebrations in the world is in danger of turning into a shambles, amid recrimination between organisers and the mayor's office.
Julian Assange has refused to acknowledge an extradition notice, saying his asylum plea to Ecuador takes precedence over it.
Prison breaks have become more common under the coalition government, Labour claimed last night.
Rupert Murdoch’s media empire is to be carved down the middle, separating the battered newspaper business from the lucrative film and media side.
Doctors have passed a motion of no confidence against health secretary Andrew Lansley.
Boris Johnson came under pressure to scrap Barclays' prominent sponsorship of London's 'Boris bikes' today, amid a spectacular row over its business practices.
Ministers are set to strengthen sanctions against those responsible for the Barclays Libor scandal.
David Cameron appears unruffled after Tory eurosceptics bared their teeth with a letter demanding a referendum on Britain's relationship with Europe.
The coalition's policies to promote police accountability may be hijacked by party politics, a survey out today suggests.
Internet service providers could gather a list of households which access pornographic material, under proposals being put forward by ministers.
Ed Miliband tried to replicate his performance during the phone-hacking scandal today, with a full-bloodied attack on Barclays boss Bob Diamond.
The powerful home affairs committee rubber stamped Theresa May's controversial decision to appoint Tom Winsor the chief inspector of police earlier today.
One of the most explosive political battles in years has kicked off after the bill for House of Lords reform was finally published this lunchtime.
The final 12 months of the coalition will be a "year of hell", former civil service chief Sir Gus O'Donnell has predicted.
At some point between 10.30 and 11.30 BST, former IRA commander Martin McGuinness shook the hand of his once-nemesis, the Queen.
Labour blasted Nick Clegg's proposed solution to youth unemployment this morning, calling it a "plaster solution for a national crisis".
Chloe Smith's car-crash interview on Newsnight yesterday evening has dominated events in Westminster, with David Cameron and George Osborne left reeling by the response to their latest U-turn.
Fuel duty will be frozen until the end of the year, George Osborne announced today in another significant Budget U-turn.
News International's Fred Michel told a senior Liberal Democrat their newspapers' coverage of the coalition would turn "nasty" if the BSkyB bid was referred to Ofcom, the Leveson inquiry heard today.
Labour is threatening to derail the coalition's Lords reform agenda if ministers do not allow a referendum on the change.
Ofcom's code for dealing with persistent illegal file-sharers was published today, to a chorus of criticism from open rights activists and internet service providers.
The man chosen by the home secretary to scrutinise the police force has promised he will stand up to her while doing his new job.
The coalition's deficit reduction strategy is being questioned this morning after figures showed more government borrowing than expected n May.