Scotland’s largest teaching union says 16 and 17-year-olds should be allowed to vote in the referendum on independence.
The British government „will not abandon” the people of Syria following the „sickening massacre” in Houla, a Downing Street spokesman says.
Jeremy Hunt’s Leveson Inquiry documents analysed
David Cameron will not order an inquiry into whether Jeremy Hunt broke the ministerial code after the culture secretary’s grilling at the Leveson Inquiry.
The Scottish Parliament formally endorses the principle of independence in a vote by MSPs.
The Treasury is looking at whether changes should be made to Vehicle Excise Duty to reflect increasingly fuel efficient cars
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has explained special adviser Adam Smith’s role in News Corp’s bid for BSkyB during his evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics.
Lady Boothroyd: Commons noise ‚the sound of democracy’
Jeremy Hunt sent a congratulatory text to News Corp executive James Murdoch hours before he was asked to judge its bid for BSkyB, the Leveson Inquiry has heard.
Sue McAllister is the first woman to hold the most senior position within a prison service anywhere in the UK.
Chancellor George Osborne drops plans to limit tax relief on charitable donations after protests from charities – the latest in a series of Budget U-turns.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s former director of communications Andy Coulson is to „vigorously contest” a perjury charge.
Jeremy Hunt has admitted he was sympathetic towards News Corporation’s bid to take over BSkyB, but stressed he „wasn’t actually going out and doing anything about it”.
The grounds of the City Hall are set to be opened on 12 July in a bid to attract more visitors to Belfast.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt defends his handling of News Corp’s attempt to take over broadcaster BSkyB as he gives evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt has begun giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics and is expected to defend his handling of News Corp’s attempt to take over broadcaster BSkyB.
Madrid may need EU bailout to ease debt crisis
The future of GCSEs are questioned by the head of a review into whether major changes should be made to the qualifications sat by teenagers in Wales.
Children in care are lagging behind their classmates in Scottish schools to an „unacceptable” degree, a report suggests.
The head of a review into Wales’ qualifications system says there needs to be a „significant” cut in the number of courses offered to teenagers.
London mayor Boris Johnson orders a review of anti-racism measures within the Metropolitan Police.
The Scottish Parliament is to formally to endorse plans for independence in a vote by MSPs.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt is to appear at the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics later in what is likely to be a key day of evidence.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s former director of communications Andy Coulson is arrested by police and charged with perjury.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s former director of communications Andy Coulson is arrested by police investigating allegations of perjury.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has told the Leveson Inquiry that „veiled threats” were made against the Liberal Democrats when he was assessing News Corporation’s 2010 bid for BSkyB.