Archive of 9 January 2014
The government has offered major concessions to the lobbying bill, winning over some - but not all - of those who have warned it is trampling on charities' freedom of speech.
Tory backbencher Penny Mordaunt is to become the latest politician to venture into the perilous world of reality TV.
Nick Clegg reacts to Boris Johnson's description of him as David Cameron Cameron's "lapdog-cum-prophylactic protection device", saying he has had "nicer birthday wishes"
The government is refusing to admit defeat over its attempt to make people liable for jail sentences if they continue to be 'annoying', after a major setback in the Lords last night.
Fixed odds betting terminals survive a Commons vote, but the gambling industry is effectively put on notice that more regulation is almost certainly on the way