School tables branded a 'nonsense'
Government school league tables are branded a "nonsense", after numerous changes to the way grades are recognised left more schools failing.
MPs 'plotted to knock over cameraman'
A film-maker says MPs plotted to knock over a BBC cameraman in the House of Commons - in the hope of stopping his new documentary on Westminster life.
Miliband 'not focusing' on SNP deal
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he is concentrating on winning a majority at the general election and not focusing on doing a deal with the SNP.
Labour peer backs private role in NHS
Former Labour health minister Lord Darzi tells BBC's Newsnight it is irrelevant whether NHS care is delivered by the private or the public sector.
PM ludicrous over TV debates - Clegg
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg criticises David Cameron's "ludicrous" tactics over the proposed televised election debates.
NHS satisfaction 'risen significantly'
Satisfaction with the NHS has "risen significantly", according to analysis of the influential British Social Attitudes survey.
Tory MP's 'newts in cellar' query
Conservative MP Andrew Robathan calls for a review of EU wildlife laws, saying he could have been jailed over a newt discovery in his own cellar.
MPs' anger at Iraq Inquiry delays
MPs express their frustration at the time being taken to publish of the official inquiry into the Iraq War during a debate in the House of Commons.
DfID criticised for agency oversight
The Department for International Development has been accused of "unacceptably poor" oversight of a UK-funded development agency.
Benefit fraud penalty set to rise
The maximum fine for benefit fraud that can be offered as an alternative to prosecution could be more than doubled if MPs give their approval.
NHS 'crisis guidelines' spark row
David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash in the Commons over the NHS amid a row about new guidance to hospitals about declaring "major incidents".
'Coalition talks role' for Tory MPs
Backbench Conservative MPs expect to be given a key role in any coalition talks involving their party after the next election, BBC Newsnight understands.
Householders to receive rate subsidy
Up to 350,000 householders in Northern Ireland will receive a subsidy on their rates bill as a result of moving to one of the new so-called super councils.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Exam appeals 'favour private pupils'
Changes to Scotland's school exam appeal system favour privately-educated youngsters over state school pupils, Labour claims.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
Iraq inquiry an 'expensive farce'
Delays to the inquiry into the Iraq war could make Westminster "the laughing stock of the world", Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader warns.
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
General election: 100 days to go
The grids have been drawn up, the campaign is already under way. With the forthcoming election too close to call, for the next 100 days the parties will be throwing everything at trying to win.
MP Mitchell dismisses UKIP threat
The prospect of UKIP taking the Labour seat of Great Grimsby has been rejected by Euro-sceptic MP Austin Mitchell.
Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England
VIDEO: Public Accounts Committee
MPs hear evidence on broadband in rural areas and the Charity Commission.
Links to UK political websites
Links to political parties and other useful websites covering UK politics.
Who's who: Cameron's cabinet
Here's a full list of who is doing what job in David Cameron's new cabinet
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: Chilcot 'did not really explain' delay
Sir John Chilcot has yet to explain reasons for the delay to his inquiry says ex-Home Office minister Norman Baker.
VIDEO: Farage 'no better' for Dry January
Nigel Farage says he does not feel any better for taking part in Dry January, abstaining from alcohol for a month.
VIDEO: EU 'moving very much along UK lines'
Some of the big issues in the EU are "moving very much along UK lines" says a former Swedish prime minister.
VIDEO: Off-switch for fracking in the UK?
Hold-ups in Westminster, Scotland and Lancashire deal a blow to plans government plans for a shale gas revolution.
VIDEO: Greece 'becoming Third World country'
Greece could be forced out of the euro currency by the end of the year, predicts UKIP's leader Nigel Farage.
VIDEO: PM pushes Miliband on 'weaponise' claim
David Cameron and Ed Miliband on hospital services and a claim about Labour "weaponising the NHS for politics".
VIDEO: 'Clowns to the left, jokers to the right'
An MP quotes a Stealers Wheel lyric that he has "clowns to the left and jokers to the right", after clashes at PMQs.
VIDEO: Skinner calls for apology from PM
Dennis Skinner calls on David Cameron to apologise for the use of food banks and "zero hours" contracts.
Parliament: 10 facts you didn't know
10 facts you may not have known about Parliament
Ministers and marginals
Ministers and marginals: a day of visits mapped
The information the government won't free
The reaction when 13 departments were sent the same FOI request
UKIP set to include defence boost in election battle plan
Robin Brant on the UKIP debate over boosting defence spending
Uncanny political parallels with 1974
Julia Langdon on the uncanny political parallels with 1974
Labour, the NHS and social care
Hugh Pym assesses Labour's policies on the NHS
‘We nearly dropped Churchill’s coffin’
How pallbearers almost dropped Churchill's coffin
Election 2015: Thurrock the three-way battle
Matthew Price visits Thurrock and finds it's now a three-way battle
Election that is impossible to call
The 2015 general election will be unlike any other
Manifesto watch: Where parties stand
What we know parties will be promising at next year's election