Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg pledges to take on "stuffy parochialism", as he makes the case for membership of the EU in his conference speech.
Russia has made a "big miscalculation" in entering Crimea and could face "far-reaching" economic sanctions, Foreign Secretary William Hague says.
The government's plans to give free meals to all infant school pupils will happen on time, education minister David Laws says.
Nick Clegg indicates he intends to remain Liberal Democrat leader until at least 2020.
High Court judge Lord Justice Fulford campaigned to support a paedophile group that tried to legalise sex with children, a newspaper claims.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he would support British military intervention in future conflicts if it was "in the national interest".
Tennis ace Andy Murray vows not to reveal his feelings on Scottish independence after abuse over a joke about England in the World Cup.
An extra £140m will be made available to councils in England to repair roads damaged by the severe weather, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin says.
Plaid Cymru is unlikely to make cutting the top rate of tax one of its policies if Wales ever receives income tax varying powers, says its leader.
Day release from prison is to be scaled back following a series of serious crimes by offenders temporarily out of jail, the government says.
A scheme to let people find out from police if their partner has a history of domestic violence, known as Clare's Law, is introduced in England and Wales.
David Cameron is among six world leaders called by US President Barack Obama over the rising tensions in Ukraine.
Government forecasts for what it expects to recoup from closing tax loopholes are vulnerable to "great uncertainty", MPs say.
Scotland's first minister demands an apology from Number 10 for not being told about a radiation problem at a nuclear test reactor in the Highlands.
Ministers are discussing plans to make non-payment of the television licence fee a civil, rather than a criminal, offence.
"Nothing should be off the table" in terms of sanctions against Russia, says David Cameron.
Baroness Lawrence describes the resistance she faced to making claims of police corruption.
MPs discuss government policy on managing flood risk, during an estimates day debate.
Salmond refuses to commit to a post-yes Scotland reintroducing the 50p rate of income tax.
The first minister says Peter Hain's Commons replies on OTRs were "inaccurate".
The Archbishop of York argues the government should provide more information to deportees.
Food bank providers say the 'terrifying' increase in food aid is clearly linked to welfare reform.
MEPs take evidence from Ukraine's special envoy on Crimea, amid deepening tensions.
No On the Run letters have been issued by the Northern Ireland Office since December 2012 and the scheme is now over, according to the secretary of state.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
The Liberal Democrats are to call for the "missing" powers to raise and set taxes to be delivered to the Scottish Parliament.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
Council tax payers in Wales are being "clobbered" by steeper rises than the rest of Britain, says the Conservative shadow local government minister
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
The economic recovery has been patchy in many Yorkshire coal communities in the 30 years since the national strike against pit closures, so was the struggle worth it?