The perils of a postman: Fingers bitten off, deep wounds, scratches, gashes and bruising.
Trade unions have received at least £113 million from the state through government-funded full time trade union officials, according to research by the Tax Payers Alliance (TPA).
Michael Heseltine earned the ire of his allies in the Tory party today, with a regional growth review which was far more supportive of the public sector than ministers would have wanted.
Read Ed Miliband's speech to the anti-cuts rally in Hyde Park in full
Ed Miliband suffered outbreaks of heckling today as he addressed tens of thousands of people marching against the coalition's spending cuts.
Labour should "show some understanding" when trade unions go on strike, TUC general secretary Brendan Barber has told politics.co.uk.
Union bosses will go toe-to-toe with the Labour leadership today as they fight for delegates at the Labour conference to approve a motion opposing the party's support for a public sector pay freeze.
The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union has voted to fund independent candidates in elections, in what it claims is a "historic" move to fight austerity.
Read Ed Miliband's speech to Unite in full on politics.co.uk.
Ed Miliband tried to replicate his performance during the phone-hacking scandal today, with a full-bloodied attack on Barclays boss Bob Diamond.
Concern for the welfare of future generations is higher in Britain than anywhere else in the world, a poll out today claims.
Ed Miliband moved to dramatically take the lead on the issue of party funding today when he called for donations to be capped at £5,000.
Friends say he's a nice young lad from north London. Dads say he's too ugly and left-wing.
Alan Johnson has returned fire against trade unions, in a rare return to frontline politics.
The trade unions should give up on their relationship with the Labour party and support the Greens, the party has said.
Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman defends Ed Miliband on the Today programme after Unite general secretary Len McCluskey turned on the opposition frontbench's approach to spending cuts:
Unite general secretary Len McCluskey launches a major attack on Ed Miliband's Labour leadership in an article for the Guardian newspaper:
Public sector job cuts will have a devastating impact on local communities, the Trades Union Congress has warned.
Headteachers will find it much easier to get rid of poorly performing teachers under a shakeup of rules from Michael Gove.
The coalition is coming close to claiming outright victory over trade unions after the bare bones of an agreement were reached in marathon talks yesterday.
The Unite union's national officer Dave Fleming comments on the government's decision to implement the findings of the Vickers report on banking reform in full:
Unions and government ministers are trying to present themselves the victors of yesterday's historic strike action, as the war of words continued into this morning.
Unions and ministers are even disagreeing over whether they are still negotiating this morning, a day after a nationwide public sector strike.
David Cameron repeatedly tried to use Ed Miliband's relationship with the trade unions to his advantage today, as the public sector pensions strike looms.
Activists occupied Westminster bridge today in a last-gasp campaign ahead of the NHS reform bill heading to the Lords.