Labour makes no sense on Europe - PM
Labour makes "no sense whatsoever" on Europe, David Cameron says, after Ed Miliband casts doubt on whether his party would hold an EU referendum.
E-borders scheme is 'terminated'
The Home Office says border checks are still a priority after an official reveals its key e-Borders programme has been "terminated".
PM's belief in Israel 'unbreakable'
David Cameron says his belief in Israel is "unbreakable" as he urges the country's MPs to pursue a deal with Palestinians to end all conflict.
UKIP rejects Farage 'affair' claim
UKIP says claims that leader Nigel Farage had an affair with one of his assistants are "beneath contempt".
Watchdog doubt over election audits
The Budget watchdog casts doubt on its ability to audit Labour's tax pledges in time for the 2015 election.
Minimum wage up to £6.50 an hour
The national minimum wage will increase by 19p an hour to £6.50, the government has announced.
EU referendum unlikely, says Labour
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.
Block on Charles's letters unlawful
The attorney general's decision to block publication of letters written by the Prince of Wales to government ministers is ruled unlawful.
MP 'had to be pulled from young man'
A former Conservative councillor tells a court he saw a man "thrashing around" trying to free himself from MP Nigel Evans on a night out in Blackpool.
Councillor pension axe 'perplexing'
A decision to scrap pensions for councillors in England is described as "a kick in the teeth" by the Local Government Association.
MPs warn over care homes 'far away'
Children in residential care homes in England are being sent too far away from home, a committee of MPs warns.
Hospital closure power granted
MPs have voted through a controversial measure in the new Care Bill giving ministers powers to close hospitals., even if they are performing well.
RMT union leader Bob Crow dies
General secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union Bob Crow dies aged 52 of a suspected heart attack.
Postal voting 'unviable' says judge
A top judge says postal voting is open to "industrial-scale" fraud - but ministers insist it will not be scrapped.
VIDEO: Home Office questions
Theresa May says an increase in net migration to UK has made the government's target harder.
VIDEO: Gibraltar debate
A Foreign Office minister responds to concerns about the government's stance on Gibraltar.
VIDEO: Female genital mutilation debate
MP take part in a debate following an e-petition on female genital mutilation.
VIDEO: First Minister's questions
GCSE results "are an injustice" to people in Wales says leader of the Conservatives Andrew R T Davies.
VIDEO: Carrier Bags Bill
MLAs pass bill to extend bag levy to reusable carrier bags costing up to 20p.
VIDEO: Tuesday afternoon in the European Parliament
MEPs continue business at European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Salmond refuses to commit to a post-yes Scotland reintroducing the 50p rate of income tax.
Haass warns NI violence could return
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.
Call to widen finance for small firms
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.
School curriculum to be reviewed
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.
Could Birmingham be 'Greater' still?
Could recent economic success and a claim to second city status see a rebrand of the West Midlands?
Lessons from the Miners' Strike?
Miners, police and academics reflect on the economic and social changes forced by the Miners' Strike.
Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England
VIDEO: Treasury Committee
MPs take evidence from the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
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 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: How to annoy opponents at PMQs
Some MPs make the headlines at Prime Minister's Questions for their behaviour, and not just what they say.
VIDEO: Elvis jibe at Clegg after by-election loss
Elvis Presley is mentioned twice at PMQs as Labour try to embarrass Nick Clegg over a council by-election result.
VIDEO: Clegg and Harman clash on health policies
Nick Clegg and Harriet Harman clash on health polices, after Tuesday's vote on the government's Care Bill.
VIDEO: Where do Lib Dems stand on bedroom tax?
Harriet Harman attack the Liberal Democrat position on the so-called bedroom tax and top rates of income tax.
VIDEO: Call to 'vote or face whacking fine'
Kevin Meagher from the Labour Uncut blog says everyone should be made to go and vote.
VIDEO: Which party leader is a real democrat?
A Conservative MP teases the deputy prime minister to name which party leader was a real democrat.
VIDEO: Reviewing Clegg and Harman at PMQs
Nick Clegg's hosting of PMQs, and defending the coalition record, are reviewed by the Daily Politics panel.
VIDEO: Ukraine 'will never accept segregation'
Ukraine "will never accept segregation" from Crimea, says its UK ambassador Volodymyr Khandogiy.
David Cameron's prime questioners
Which MPs are picked most often to question Cameron?
Timeline: EU referendum debate
Forty years of campaigns for a public vote on UK membership
Bob Crow: Public enemy number one or national treasure?
Bob Crow: Public enemy number one or national treasure?
'Ghost' voters and the perils of postal ballots
Election fraud and questions over the future of postal ballots
Election 2015: The political battleground
The towns, villages and cities which will decide next election
Latest opinion polls
See how political parties are doing in the latest opinion surveys
What is parliament and how does it work?
Find out more about the Commons and Lords and how they work