David Cameron claimed to have secured a substantial achievement on Syria today, after he emerged from the G8 summit with a seven-point plan agreed by all the leaders present.
Philip Hammond continued his war of words with the Treasury in defence questions this afternoon, as the weekend's row over the Army's ceremonial horses rumbled on.
British politicians are reacting to reports that the UK spied on foreign diplomats during the 2009 G20 conference with a mixture of shock and disdain.
David Cameron's ability to supply rebel forces in Syria with arms looked increasingly strained this morning, after Boris Johnson and other influential figures spoke out against the plan.
Nick Clegg struck a decidedly cautious tone over Syria today, raising questions about how much support there is in government for David Cameron's increasingly hawkish stance over the conflict.
Barack Obama's decision to begin providing Syrian rebels with arms is triggering intense debate in Whitehall and Westminster about whether Britain will follow suit.
Impoverished countries could eliminate poverty by 2025 if they received back just a quarter of the money currently lost to tax-dodging multinational companies, according to the Enough Food IF campaign.
A British MEP has been criticised by privacy groups for trying to water down EU rules which would protect citizens' data in the wake of the Prism controversy.
The president of the Romanian parliament has warned mainstream politicians in Britain to challenge "unapologetic populists" on immigration, ahead of a key meeting with Nick Clegg.
There were strong signs that Labour was preparing to try and stop coalition efforts to send arms to Syrian rebel groups today, after Ed Miliband raised concerns about the move during PMQs.
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.
British citizens should not be alarmed by reports of the UK government accessing an American spying programme provided they are "law-abiding", William Hague has said.
Coroners should avoid pronouncing judgement on the decisions which lead to deaths in combat situations, former military chiefs have said.
MPs should be able to block EU laws outright if they are opposed by the Commons, William Hague is expected to argue later.
Britain is being taken to court over an extra test it imposes on migrant benefit claimants.
British soldiers have held Afghan detainees captive without trial or access to legal help for up to 14 months, it has emerged.
Britain could supply arms to Syrian moderates in the future, following a diplomatic victory over European Union opponents yesterday.
European countries are being "too slow" in creating a single energy market, Jose Manuel Barroso has complained at the end of this month's European council.
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