Candidates were back on the campaign trail ahead of the assembly election after a brief pause on Saturday for the royal wedding.
Foreign Secretary William Hague expresses concern at „credible” reports that more than 500 people have been killed in ongoing violence in Syria.
Scotland’s party leaders enter the final weekend of their Holyrood election campaign with five days to go until polling.
Political reporter Daniel Davies looks back at week four of the assembly election campaign, which included pauses for Easter and the royal wedding.
Prime Minister David Cameron hails the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton as a „great moment for Britain”.
Labour rejects shadow minister Peter Hain’s claim that party leader Ed Miliband was snubbed by the BBC during its royal wedding coverage.
Prime Minister David Cameron has held a street party in Downing Street in honour of the royal wedding.
Higher-than-expected inflation means hospitals will have to find bigger savings out of their budgets, a regulator warns.
Liberal Democrat activists still do not know how to handle the party being in government, senior party figures tell the BBC’s Robin Brant.
Scottish politicians continue campaigning as much of the country watches the royal wedding at Westminster Abbey in London.
Can the party avoid losing hard-won gains in English local polls?
Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond describes the midnight scene outside Buckingham Palace as crowds gather ahead of the royal wedding.
Elections will take place in Wales on 5 May, with the four main parties vying to lead the Assembly.
An ex-Labour MP who David Cameron claimed supported his health reforms accuses the prime minister of using the NHS as a „political football”.
A Kent Conservative election candidate who resigned after referring to local women as „sluts” admits it was an immature thing to say.
Urgent action is needed to tackle „campus radicalisation” in the UK , a group of MPs and peers has said.
Residents in Medway say safety in their local community will be a big factor in how they vote on 5 May.
Residents in Medway say they want to feel safer in their local community – and that will be a big factor in how they cast their vote on 5 May.
A guide to forthcoming business in Parliament
The Workers’ Party, which is fielding four candidates in the assembly elections, says more must be done to tackle sectarianism.
Primary school head teachers are warning more than 12,000 jobs could be lost from schools over the next year.
Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones attacks what he calls „Labour’s failing education policies” with a week to go to the assembly election.
The Prime Minister has issued a rallying call to Welsh Conservative activists saying that his is now the „party of the NHS.”
An election for the post of Speaker of the House of Lords will be held in July, peers announce.
The political week up to 8 April is reviewed in 60 seconds by Adam Fleming on the Daily Politics.
While campaiging in Wales David Cameron makes light of claims he was sexist for telling a female MP to „calm down dear.”