Archive of 24 May 2012
David Cameron was dragged further into the row engulfing Jeremy Hunt today after another explosive evidence session at the Leveson inquiry.
Britain's economy shrunk more quickly than expected in the first quarter of 2011, in a setback to pundits who had doubted whether the UK really was suffering a double-dip recession.
Downing Street has bowed to ministerial opposition to its plans to legalise gay marriage by giving all MPs a free vote.
David Cameron has called for "decisive action soon" to resolve the ongoing eurozone crisis.