The climate change secretary denies that controversies over scientific data have undermined efforts to tackle global warming.
The deputy first minister says talks aimed at breaking the impasse over policing and justice have made „considerable progress”.
Scottish government budget talks with rival parties are moving ahead in a „constructive” way, the finance secretary says.
Burglars „leave their human rights outside” the moment they break in to someone else’s property, Conservative leader David Cameron has said.
A Conservative government would not make „swingeing cuts” to public spending during its first year, David Cameron says.
Conservative leader David Cameron is a political version of „Terry Wogan or Des O’Connor”, Lord Mandelson says.
The Conservatives have unveiled plans to deliver a „nationwide super-fast broadband” to the majority of UK homes by 2017.
Gordon Brown was „marginalised” by Tony Blair in the build-up to the Iraq war, Clare Short says.
Talks aimed at ending the impasse over devolution in NI have made „considerable progress”, the government says
The argument put forward by Tony Blair in his evidence to the Iraq inquiry was „ludicrous”, former cabinet minister Clare Short says.
Heat pumps could be installed in the ground to cut fuel costs for residents in a plan between an energy firm and a local authority.
Almost three-quarters of people support assisted suicide for someone who is terminally ill, a BBC poll suggests.
Homeowners may soon be allowed to put wind turbines on top of their roofs without planning permission.
„Progress has been made” at the talks to resolve the NI devolution impasse at Hillsborough Castle outside Belfast, Sinn Fein say.
The government purchases all of the UK’s available corrugated iron sheets to provide shelters for victims of the Haiti earthquake.
Talks aimed at resolving the NI devolution impasse are continuing at Hillsborough Castle near Belfast.
The UK Border Agency temporarily suspends student visa applications from northern India, Nepal and Bangladesh after a jump in numbers.
Talks aimed at resolving the NI devolution impasse are under way at Hillsborough Castle near Belfast.
Talks aimed at resolving the NI devolution impasse are due to resume at Hillsborough Castle near Belfast.
Labour backbencher Don Touhig, MP for Islwyn, announces he will stand down at the next general election.
A drugs advisory body says the assembly government should not fund the Urdd eisteddfod if it is to sell alcohol.
Labour MSP Cathy Jamieson will stand for former defence secretary Des Browne’s seat at the next general election.
The government has „significantly underestimated” the cost of delivering free social care, council chiefs say.
Many of Lady Thatcher’s private papers from her first year in power are being released and put online by the archives which hold them.
The Traditional Unionist Voice party set to contest safe DUP seats
Talks continue at Hillsborough Castle in a bid to break the deadlock over the devolution of justice powers.