It could be illegal to allow European institutions to enforce stricter budget rules on member states, a Conservative MP has claimed.
Former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil says that James Murdoch, who has stepped down as executive chairman of News International, has ”made a bit of a mess of the hacking thing”.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband says it is now time to introduce new rules on media ownership.
Conservative MPs accuse EU leaders of having „torn up the rulebook” in efforts to create a treaty to tighten eurozone budget rules, in a debate on a new fiscal pact.
The government’s controversial plans to overhaul the NHS are „better” because of the inclusion of Liberal Democrat and Conservative ideas, the health secretary has says.
Media owner Rupert Murdoch meets First Minister Alex Salmond in Edinburgh, discussing investment, independence and the Leveson Inquiry.
Labour’s deputy leader, Harriet Harman, says it is right for James Murdoch to step down from his post as executive chairman of News International.
Downing Street accuses Argentina of pursuing a „policy of confrontation” over the Falkland Islands, amid reports of an Argentine ban on importing goods from the UK.
The Labour leader taunted the Deputy Prime Minister at PMQs over where he stood on coalition plans for health services in England.
Prime Minister David Cameron responds to a question from Labour MP Nick Raynsford about former A4e chief Emma Harrison, saying he was unaware of any „irregularities”.
Unemployed youths who agree to take part in an unpaid work experience scheme will not lose their benefits if they drop out, the government says.
Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has denied claims he or the SNP government were involved in a deal over the Lockerbie bomber’s release.
Protesters call on the health minister to protect services at Aberystwyth’s Bronglais Hospital as they demonstrate at the Senedd in Cardiff.
Michael Bradley, from Right to Work, explained it took the occupation of Tesco and McDonalds sites to highlight opposition to the government work experience programmes.
The government agrees to end all sanctions against youngsters opting out of a controversial work experience scheme.
On 29 February 2012, MEPs debated new laws on the regulation of credit rating agencies.
David Cameron and Labour’s Ed Miliband clash over the government’s plans to overhaul the NHS in England as the Lords prepare to debate them again.
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader Elfyn Llwyd criticised the government’s decision to cut funding for feed-in tariffs saying that green business confidence has been „shattered” in Wales.
Some MPs and bishops are increasingly at odds over mixing religion with politics.
Live coverage of the Scottish Labour Party conference in Dundee.
Live coverage of the Scottish Liberal Democrat conference in Inverness.
Nick Clegg MP has said that critics of controversial unpaid work experience initiatives for unemployed youths have a „messed-up set of priorities”.
The bakery firm Greggs has suspended their participation in the government’s unpaid work experience scheme after raising concerns over the possibility that participants could lose benefits if they did not complete the placement.
Migrant workers will in future need to earn at least £35,000 to qualify for a visa permitting them to settle in the UK, the government announces.
Dick Roche, Ireland’s former minister for European affairs, reflects on an upcoming referendum where the Irish electorate will be asked if they support Europe’s new fiscal treaty.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg criticises suggestions from the Unite union’s Ken McCluskey that workers should strike during the London Olympics.