Calls grow for 'snoopers' charter'
Boris Johnson adds his voice to suggestions the Communications Data Bill could be revived after the murder of a soldier in a London street.
'Poor response' to Iraq abuse claims
The UK government's response to claims that British troops abused and unlawfully killed civilians in Iraq is inadequate, the High Court rules, but it stops short of ordering a public inquiry.
Bercow's McAlpine tweet libellous
Sally Bercow says she is "surprised and disappointed" after the High Court rules a tweet she published about Tory peer Lord McAlpine was libellous.
BBC abandons £100m digital project
The BBC is to close its Digital Media Initiative, with director general Tony Hall saying it had "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
Clegg quotes Koran in peace appeal
Deputy PM Nick Clegg tells a multi-faith audience to reject a "corrosive feeling of fear" in the wake of the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby.
BBC apologises over 'SF/IRA' label
The BBC apologises after a floor plan for the BBC Question Time programme referred to John O'Dowd as 'Sinn Fein/IRA'.
Cabinet Office to fly rainbow flag
The rainbow flag will fly from the Cabinet Office during gay Pride week to show the government's commitment to same sex marriage.
UKIP MEP Bufton to stand down
The UK Independence Party's only Welsh MEP says he will stand down next year for personal reasons.
Euro bank chief sees UK improvements
European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, visiting London's City district, says he sees "signs of tangible improvements" in the UK economy.
Woolwich: Security services defended
The government defends security services against criticism they missed signs which might have helped prevent the murder of a soldier in London.
Net immigration 'down by a third'
The number of people coming to the UK has fallen by over 80,000 in the last year as figures show net migration is down by a third.
UK first quarter growth unchanged
The UK's economy grew at 0.3% in the first three months of the year, official figures confirm, but concerns remain over the strength of the recovery.
Gove: Exam system split inevitable
The Education Secretary in England Michael Gove has been responding to concerns that GCSEs and A Levels reforms would devalue the exams in NI.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Shortfall of £62m in mining clean-up
Taxpayers could be left with a bill for as much as £62m pounds for restoring opencast mines in East Ayrshire.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
Jabs and 999 calls in NHS priorities
More MMR jabs, improved ambulance response times and an end to hospital bed-blocking are among the priorities being set by health chiefs for the NHS in Wales.
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
UK Coal: The final curtain?
Pensions and pits: Britain's coal industry attempts a rescue bid to stay in business, following a devastating fire in Warwickshire.
Shifting arguments for the New Bus
The New Bus for London is undoubtedly a striking addition to the streets of London but the arguments for it continue to change.
Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England
VIDEO: House of Commons
MPs approve same-sex marriage plans at third reading despite significant opposition.
Q&A: Beginner's guide to PM's speech
David Cameron delivers his long-awaited speech on the UK's relations with the EU. Here's an at-a-glance guide.
Links to UK political websites
Links to political parties and other useful websites covering UK politics.
Who's who: Cameron's new cabinet
As David Cameron reshuffles his cabinet, here's a full list of who is doing what job.
Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet
The details of Labour leader Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet following the recent reshuffle.
European Parliaments online
Links to other Parliamentary broadcasters
VIDEO: 'Security increased at army barracks'
Security has been stepped up at army barracks across London, following the killing of a man with a machete in south-east London, the home secretary has confirmed.
VIDEO: 'Muslim organisations have failed'
A spokesman for the Muslim Public Affairs Committee says Muslim organisations have failed to teach young people that there is a democratic route to express discontent with government foreign policy.
VIDEO: 'We never buckle in face of attack'
David Cameron has condemned the "sickening" murder of a man in Woolwich, south-east London.
VIDEO: Mayor condemns 'sickening' attack
The murder of a man in Woolwich, south-east London, is "overwhelmingly likely" to be a terrorist incident, the city's mayor has said.
VIDEO: Miliband: Do the right thing Google
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said there needs to be transparency between countries so it is clear "how much tax is being paid and how much profit is being made" by multinational firms.
VIDEO: Clegg: 'I am committed to coalition'
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said the "plug" will not be pulled "prematurely" on the coalition government.
VIDEO: Salmond puts economic case for Yes
Alex Salmond highlighted Scotland's strength in industries other than oil and banking, which have been the focus of much of the debate ahead of the referendum.
VIDEO: Cable: 'Flaws' in nationalist argument
Business secretary Vince Cable says there are "flaws" in the nationalist argument for Scottish independence
Woolwich attack: A new template
Mark Urban on five things that mark out the Woolwich attack
Thomas Cromwell â€“ a very modern politician?
How Thomas Cromwell set a precedent for modern politics
Did the Bank of England cry wolf?
Did the Bank of England cry wolf over capital shortages?
How much are police and crime commissioners costing?
The costs of police and crime commissioners revealed
Latest opinion polls
See how the main parties are doing in the latest polls
Q&A: Bulgarian and Romanian immigration
What happens when Romanians and Bulgarians get full rights?
What is parliament and how does it work?
Find out more about the Commons and Lords and how they work