Archive of 10 June 2013
Tim Yeo has stood down as chair of the energy and climate change committee, amid accusation of corruption.
The government is refusing to put pressure on the Metropolitan police's slow-paced investigation of the plebgate scandal, despite intense frustration from all sides of the Commons.
Philip Hammond appears to have won his battle with the Treasury over more defence cuts.
David Cameron has reaffirmed his commitment to remaining in the European Union, insisting Britain's ongoing membership helps it on the world stage.
William Hague insisted the government had stuck to the letter of the law in its access to the US surveillance system called Prism today, as he sought to reassure voters about the regulations surrounding internet activity.