A future Labour government would not call an in/out referendum on the UK's membership of the EU unless it was being asked to transfer more powers to Brussels, Ed Miliband says.
The E-borders system to count everyone in and out of the UK has been "terminated", the UK Border Force's chief says.
David Cameron is expected to back US efforts to rekindle the Middle East peace process on his first visit to Israel since becoming prime minister.
Children in residential care homes in England are being sent too far away from home, a committee of MPs warns.
MPs have voted through a controversial measure in the new Care Bill giving ministers powers to close hospitals., even if they are performing well.
General secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union Bob Crow dies aged 52 of a suspected heart attack.
A top judge says postal voting is open to "industrial-scale" fraud - but ministers insist it will not be scrapped.
Ministers defend plans for more free school meals after a former government adviser called the idea a "bad gimmick".
Former deputy speaker Nigel Evans put his hand down a man's trousers during a night out, a court is told.
Vince Cable's wife says she is "not wild" about the idea of her husband becoming Liberal Democrat leader.
The Bank of England will tighten its governance after criticism of its response to claims of manipulation of foreign exchange rates.
Changes to council tax benefits have weakened work incentives for "up to 225,000" people in England, MPs say.
Spending watchdog the Audit Commission, which is set for abolition, should be "reinvented", a think tank concludes.
"Nothing should be off the table" in terms of sanctions against Russia, says David Cameron.
Theresa May says an increase in net migration to UK has made the government's target harder.
A Foreign Office minister responds to concerns about the government's stance on Gibraltar.
MP take part in a debate following an e-petition on female genital mutilation.
GCSE results "are an injustice" to people in Wales says leader of the Conservatives Andrew R T Davies.
MLAs pass bill to extend bag levy to reusable carrier bags costing up to 20p.
MEPs continue business at European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg.
Salmond refuses to commit to a post-yes Scotland reintroducing the 50p rate of income tax.
The former US diplomat Richard Haass warns violence could re-emerge in Northern Ireland if progress is not made in dealing with the legacy of the Troubles.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
New sources of credit are needed for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs), according to the Scottish Parliament's economy committee.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
A review of the school curriculum and assessment in Wales is announced by the education minister amid concern about teaching quality and results.
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
BBC London's Tom Edwards interviewed Bob Crow many times and says he wasn't actually at all like his public image.
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?
Political analysis from around England