The relationship between Scotland and the UK has changed almost beyond recognition since Scotland's first parliamentary election 1997. This is how it happened.
Londoners face more transport chaos this month after a new set of strikes were announced for later in June.
Ed Miliband has attacked the prime minister as "shameless" in a stormy and bad-tempered PMQs session.
A key plank of Ken Clarke's justice reforms is being dropped, in the latest coalition U-turn.
A senior Conservative MP has become the first of this parliament to confirm he will step down at the next general election.
Theresa May is "shifting the blame" for her failure to tackle extremism onto universities, a student leader has warned.
Senior figures in the Liberal Democrats raised the stakes in the debate over Lords reform today, as early signs of civil war started to break out.
Late additions to the list of Labour's councils are improving the party's final showing from last month's local elections.
Labour has dropped points and is now neck-and-neck with the Conservative party, a new opinion poll suggests.
Former Conservative peer Lord Taylor of Warwick has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for fraudulently claiming expenses.
Nick Clegg faces an uphill battle to defeat deep-seated opposition to Lords reform, with three-quarters of peers opposing his plans.
Chris Huhne was set to fight a battle on two fronts today, after the Electoral Commission announced it was investigating him.
The supreme court's interventions in Scottish law on human rights issues are to be challenged by the Scottish National party (SNP).
A legal bid to uncover a whistleblower has seen Twitter give up details of five UK users, according to a report.
The government has defended plans to keep the personal data of passengers flying between the US and UK for 15 years.
Wrexham council looks set to reject plans that would have banned certain political events from the area.
Labour is failing to capitalise on public discontent, despite a clear fall in support for the Conservatives.
Tony Blair's former spin doctor Alastair Campbell donated £10,000 to the Labour party last year.
Ed Miliband used his family life to highlight the repercussions of David Cameron's economic programme today, in a decidedly personal keynote speech today.
David Cameron has once again tried to reinvigorate his 'big society' agenda, with a speech arguing it can serve as the driving force of the centre-right.
Former Labour MP Elliot Morley has been jailed for 16 months for false accounting over his parliamentary expenses.
More discussions before policies reach parliament could help prevent future internal coalition arguments, Liberal Democrat MPs have claimed.
Embattled Chris Huhne's potential resignation would be a "loss" to the government, according to Vince Cable.
A high court judge has lifted part of a superinjunction against former RBS boss Sir Fred Goodwin, after a peer revealed his name in the Lords.
Ed Miliband has demanded the prime minister sack Ken Clarke over his rape comments.