Archive of 12 September 2012
Shocking revelations about the "deeply distressing" failures that led to 96 deaths in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster have prompted an apology from both David Cameron and Ed Miliband, leaving many MPs in the Commons close to tears.
Eurosceptics' worst fears appeared to be realised today, when the president of the EU Commission admitted his mission was to create a federation of member states.
George Galloway's ill-advised comments on the Julian Assange extradition row seem to have torn his party apart, with leader Salma Yaqoob stepping down.
Michael Gove has again refused to intervene in the "regrettable situation" over GCSE exam grades labelled a "fiasco" by frustrated MPs.
Boris Johnson is the one Tory who could bring the Conservative party level with Labour, a new poll suggests.