David Cameron quashed rumours of a possible revival of the snoopers' charter today, after he told reporters there would be no "knee-jerk" response to the suspected terror attack in Woolwich.
Net immigration registered a sharp fall in the 12 months to September 2012, figures released today show, with much of the drop due to falling student numbers.
David Cameron has insisted yesterday's killing in Woolwich was a betrayal of Islam, amid concerns about a wave of anti-Muslim violence.
A man has been murdered in London in what is understood to be a terrorist killing of a British soldier.
Boris Johnson insisted he would have ultimate authorisation on when police use a water cannon against demonstrators, during Mayoral Question Time this morning.
Alex Salmond has insisted there is "all to play for" in the Scottish independence referendum campaign, as he outlined how a national Scottish government would use its economic powers to boost its GDP.
Alex Salmond has added his voice to those of the anti-Ukip protesters who forced Nigel Farage out of an Edinburgh pub yesterday, declaring: "We can frankly do without Ukip."
British men need to be liberated from thinking their only gender role model option is Jay-Z, Diane Abbott has claimed.
Those convicted of murdering police officers should go to jail for the rest of their life, the home secretary said today.
Technology is making war worse rather than better, an international relations professor has said.
The home secretary will face her biggest public challenge of the year tomorrow when she attends the annual Police Federation conference in Bournemouth, where she is regularly greeted with heckles and boos.
Chris Huhne and Vicky Pryce have been released from prison after eight weeks behind bars.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg met voters' concerns about immigration and the rise of Ukip head-on with an immigration bill forming the centrepiece of today's Queen's Speech.
The first pilot schemes in the rollout of the coalition's benefit reforms are beginning today, but are facing criticism for not testing the way families will be affected.
The prime minister's claim to be a life patron of the Oxfordshire Beekeepers' Association during last week's PMQs has been shown to be false – by the association's current president.
Liam Fox will call on David Cameron to show "political courage" as the Conservatives move towards the next general election, in the first sign of dissent since yesterday's policy shake-up in No 10.
Nick Clegg sounded the death knell of the controversial snoopers' charter today, during a radio phone-in show which left listeners reeling.
Prison governors have joined the ever-growing list of professional associations and celebrities calling for a rethink of the war on drugs, in a further sign of a sea-change in attitudes.
Cuts to support for asylum seekers should be scrutinised by parliament, former Liberal Democrat minister has urged MPs.
Fears that Britain could turn into a "safe haven" for foreign criminals have intensified after peers spoke out against the government's plans to opt out of EU police and criminal justice measures.
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