Politicians are calling for "tobacco-style" health warnings on alcohol bottles and cans.
The idea of a regular cash payment to all adults will feature prominently in the Greens' election campaign.
Police recorded nearly twice as many offences against Jewish people in the past few months as they did in the same period last year.
There are some good reasons to think the London mayor will target Uxbridge and South Ruislip.
For the first five minutes, at least.
Ministers said in 2012 that the policy would "completely change" the way communities planned developments.
Natalie Rowe, whose allegations that Osborne attended sex and drug parties have dogged the chancellor, was arrested this morning.
Nigel Farage's party could overtake the Tories in membership income next year. UPDATE: This piece has been corrected.
The situation is unclear.
Cabinet ministers are being used to attract businesses to attend Lib Dem fundraising events.
The prime minister started talking to bemused Teesside residents about investment in Tyneside.
Yours for only £26.99.
I've just been whipped.
He says virtual theft should be treated like real-life theft in the eyes of the law.
Early Ed Miliband is to the political right of early Tony Blair on a number of issues.
The prime minister calls for an end to "bluster and obfuscation" by Russia.
The British prime minister has rejected criticism of the country's military operation in Gaza.
Brandon Lewis will have responsibility for the sector he makes money from.
Transport minister Stephen Hammond says the scheme will help people find jobs.
Regulators confirm they are investigating allegations after MP notifies ministers.