John Prescott opens debate about how Labour can adapt to "unique challenge" of a third term of government.
New environment secretary David Miliband has been linked to a nuclear industry lobbyist.
Menzies Campbell has defended his position as leader of the Liberal Democrats as criticism grows over his performance.
Gordon Brown and Tony Blair have reached a deal on pensions that would see the earnings link restored.
Tories and Lib Dems presented united front in calling on the new environment secretary to join their climate change consensus.
The London leader of the British National party (BNP) has been forced to deny claims that he made a gay porn film in his youth.
Margaret Thatcher is due to return home this morning after a health scare saw her admitted to hospital last night.
Dennis Skinner has been barred from the House of Commons for the rest of the day after accusing shadow chancellor George Osborne of taking drugs.
Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy today launched an attack on the government for making Britain one of the most centralised countries in the democratic world.
David Cameron today set the tone for his new style of politics when he began prime minister's questions by giving the government his full support on school reforms.
The militancy that governs the words and actions of trade union leaders threatens to make the organisations "irrelevant", a former TUC economics chief warns today.
Charles Kennedy today grilled the prime minister over allegations that British airports are being used by the CIA.
The first of six new Conservative policy groups has today been set up to help decide the direction of the party under its new leader, David Cameron.
New Conservative party leader David Cameron has named his shadow cabinet, with a return to the front bench for former leader William Hague.
David Cameron has today been named leader of the Conservative party after taking more than two thirds of the votes of grassroots members.
Gordon Brown has today said he would carry on Tony Blair's policy of reform if he became the next prime minister.
Read David Cameron's speech on winning the race to become Tory leader.
The ballots for the Conservative party leadership close today, with David Cameron set to beat rival David Davis by as much as two votes to one.
Brown's pre-Budget report in its entirety.
Labour spent £80,000 more than the Conservatives running their general election campaign in May, according to official figures.
An aide to the schools minister has resigned after saying he could not support the government's education reforms.
David Davis last night made a final appeal to Conservative party members before the ballots to decide who should become their next leader close on Monday.
The government has been forced to defend the Child Support Agency (CSA) once again as new figures suggest it is spending more on enforcement than it receives in payments.
A bill that would have allowed homeowners and shopkeepers to use greater force to defend themselves against burglars was 'talked out' of the House of Commons today.
David Davis and David Cameron last night clashed over the future of the Welsh assembly as they neared the end of the race for the Conservative leadership.