New measures to tackle terrorism are to be published by the home secretary, days after she said the UK faces a "greater" terror threat than ever before.
Ministers risk racking up a multi-billion pound bill if IT systems to run their flagship benefit reform are not introduced on time, a watchdog claims.
David Cameron should not propose caps or quotas on EU migration to the UK, the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says.
Plans for an alternative to council tax are expected to be at the core of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's plans for the coming year.
David Cameron says internet companies must act on terrorist material, after it emerges one of Lee Rigby's killers spoke on Facebook about wanting to murder a soldier.
A future Labour government will review how public data is accessed digitally to ensure it is "coherent and ethical".
More than 100 names have been suggested to chair an inquiry into historic child abuse, the top civil servant at the Home Office tells MPs.
A report examining the "evidence base" for policymaking suggests big sporting events have little or no direct economic benefit - and challenges other assumptions about teaching and police.
The dairy industry is in a desperate state, a government committee hears.
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams apologises for using what he acknowledges was an offensive term at a public meeting but denies claims that it was aimed at "all unionists".
Iain Duncan Smith says Universal Credit will bring £35bn in economic benefits to the UK as Labour complains about the "glacial pace" of its roll out.
A future Labour government would require private schools to "earn" business rate relief by helping out state schools - or lose it, the party will warn.
Pope Francis warns that Europe appears "somewhat elderly" and less and less a protagonist, in a speech to EU politicians in Strasbourg.
Jim Murphy calls on his party to support the full devolution of income tax to Holyrood while his rivals are more cautious.
Talks over Iran's nuclear programme have seen the sides "inching towards each other" but "significant differences remain", UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond tells MPs.
MP Ann Clwyd faces a challenge from three other women to defend Cynon Valley for Labour at the 2015 General election.
The veteran Conservative MP, Stephen Dorrell, is leaving the Commons after 35 years to become a consultant for accountancy firm KPMG.
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness has said it was "absolutely appalling " to hear Gregory Campbell's remarks about Irish language at the DUP conference.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Scotland's top police officer says force support staff face further job cuts next year as it tries to meet its savings target.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
A bill to combat domestic violence in Wales may have its name changed to stress the plight of women as victims.
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
UKIP's Nigel Farage is calling on Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner to face the electorate over expenses allegations.
UKIP's latest by-election victory has prompted a flurry of bets on the party securing more MPs at Westminster.
Political analysis from around England
MPs question Prime Minister David Cameron.
Links to political parties and other useful websites covering UK politics.
Here's a full list of who is doing what job in David Cameron's new cabinet
The details of Labour leader Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet following the recent reshuffle.