Tories 'united' on Europe, says Hunt
The health secretary rebuffs claims the PM is losing control of his backbenchers over Europe - as Tory activists complain of a "crisis" destroying the party.
Miliband pledge on tax avoidance
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he will write new rules to tackle corporate tax avoidance if he wins the next election, even without international agreement.
Clegg leader plot claim 'ridiculous'
Lib Dem minister Danny Alexander dismisses claims that Deputy PM Nick Clegg could face a Lib Dem leadership challenge from Vince Cable.
Bank governor in Help to Buy warning
The outgoing Bank of England governor warns a government plan to boost the housing market with part-mortgage guarantees has no long-term place.
Google chief defends tax affairs
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt defends the company's tax affairs after it comes in for strong criticism from MPs.
Crisis destroying party, say Tories
David Cameron comes under pressure from his party activists over his policy on same-sex marriage, Europe and attitudes towards the party's grassroots.
Targets 'risk pupil well-being'
Pupils' well-being and education should not be sacrificed to meet new targets, the leader of a head teachers' union tells its annual conference.
No 10 issues 'loon slur' denial
No 10 denies that "anyone in Downing Street" made comments reported in several papers describing Tory activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
Minister heckled by head teachers
Education Secretary Michael Gove receives one of the angriest receptions of his three years in office as he appears before head teachers in Birmingham.
Farage blasts 'fascist' protesters
The SNP says UKIP leader Nigel Farage "has lost the plot" after he described protesters who besieged him in Edinburgh as "fascist scum".
Hammond: Gay marriage 'angered many'
A Conservative cabinet minister criticises the government time spent debating the issue of same-sex marriage.
Labour wants full employment - Byrne
Liam Byrne says Labour must aspire to create "full employment" and sets out plans to tackle unemployment "blackspots".
Police use of child IDs 'was common'
The use of dead children's identities by Scotland Yard undercover officers was "common practice", MPs are told by the chief constable leading an investigation.
Tagging firms face billing probe
Two major private security firms face an inquiry into whether they were overpaid for contracts to electronically tag criminals.
Gove wants better-looking new homes
Michael Gove backs green field development provided new homes are things of "beauty", in a wide-ranging speech to a right wing think tank.
NI agri-food strategy unveiled
The first and deputy first ministers have launched a plan for the agri-food industry which they say will aim to create 15,000 jobs over the next 7-years.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Immigration policies 'restrictive'
the Scottish minister with responsibility for immigration attacks the UK government's approach to the issue.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
Tory MP denies rift over 'loon' slur
Monmouth MP David Davies denies a Conservative party rift amid claims someone close to the prime minister branded activists 'mad, swivel-eyed loons'.
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.
Suicide highlights welfare dispute
The tragedy of the suicide of a woman with financial troubles highlights the dispute over changes to housing benefit.
Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England
VIDEO: House of Commons
Leading Conservative rebel calls on MPs to demonstrate their support for an EU referendum.
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
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VIDEO: Redwood: Europe relationship 'wrong'
John Redwood MP has called for a 'new relationship' with Europe. He told Jeremy Vine that the British people should be able to vote on this new relationship.
VIDEO: Propaganda: Art or political rhetoric?
Governments have long used newspapers, posters and leaflets to try and influence what people think, but a new exhibition is showing that there could be much more to it.
VIDEO: Hunt: Tories 'united' over EU
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, said most Conservatives wanted a new relationship with Europe.
VIDEO: GPs 'shouldn't blindly follow targets'
The health secretary has said that GPs should be responsible for ensuring that there is a good out of hours service for people on their lists.
VIDEO: Mandelson: EU referendum a 'lottery'
Lord Mandelson has said an in-out referendum on Europe would be a lottery
VIDEO: 'My co-chairman would not say that'
Grant Shapps has said the co-chariman of the Conservative Party, Andrew Feldman, did not makes the comments reported in several newspapers that described Tory activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons".
VIDEO: UKIP and protester go head to head
The man who organised the student protest against Nigel Farage during his visit to Edinburgh has defended the action as "constructive criticism".
VIDEO: First chief social worker for children
England's first chief social worker for children has been speaking about her plans, ahead of taking up the post in September.
Analysis: The Conservative dilemma
Can Cameron focus on growth if his MPs want to debate Europe?
Quantifying the benefits of HS2
How did the government calculate the benefits of HS2?
VIDEO: Boulton shoots through political week
Would-be basketball star Adam Boulton on the political week
Bizarre requests for embassy help
The strange requests made to UK embassy staff around the world
Private member's bills: Class of 2012
What happened to the private member's bills from last year?
Why don't homes have sprinkler systems?
The debate over putting sprinkler systems into homes
Latest opinion polls
See how the main parties are doing in the latest opinion polls on voting intention.
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