Homeless people in Scotland will have the legal right to a housing support assessment from their local council from the start of June.
MP Patrick Mercer resigns the Tory whip to „save my party embarrassment” over a Panorama lobbying probe.
A British man has been killed in Syria, the Foreign Office confirms, amid claims he had been working with rebels fighting government forces.
The government wants to cut the £1bn criminal legal aid bill, but could their plans destroy the justice system?
The EU needs a „red card” system for national MPs to block laws passed in Brussels if necessary, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague will say in a speech.
MP Patrick Mercer resigns the Conservative whip to „save my party embarrassment” over a BBC Panorama probe into lobbying.
MP Patrick Mercer resigns the Conservative party whip to „save my party embarrassment” over a BBC Panorama probe into lobbying.
A „national conversation” about how Welsh is spoken in everyday life is launched by first minister, including asking why some people don’t choose to use the language.
Public health experts and politicians debate whether it is grim up north and look at possible solutions for the future.
MP Patrick Mercer resigns the Conservative party whip.
Former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey courts controversy by suggesting legalising same-sex marriage could pave the way for siblings to get married.
The Foreign Office is investigating reports that a British man has been killed in Syria along with two other people.
Parliament spends £30,000 redesigning the daily paper which lists the business of the House for members.
The widow of a British hostage killed in an attack on an Algerian gas plant in January has said she still does not know how her husband died
A regulator has been „ineffective and timid” in tackling rogue payday and door-to-door lenders, MPs have said
Business group the BCC upgrades its long-term growth forecasts for the UK economy over the next three years, but says challenges remain.
The widow of a British hostage killed in an attack on an Algerian gas plant in January says she still does not know how her husband died.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lord Lawson has spoken out against the EU proposal for a financial transaction tax (FTT).
The Office of Fair Trading has been „ineffective and timid” in tackling rogue payday and door-to-door lenders, MPs say.
A commitment to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030 is one of the key recommendations from an international panel, co-chaired by British Prime Minister David Cameron.
A row has broken out over plans to cut rail journey times between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
More than 26,000 workers who were allegedly underpaid receive £4m between them after investigations by HM Revenue and Customs, new figures show.
A long-running dispute between London and Brussels over how much tax yacht owners pay on fuel intensifies.
People in Wales are „extremely satisfied” with schools and the NHS but remain worried about finances, an official survey suggests.
Conservative suggestions that 878,300 benefit claimants dropped their claims rather than take a medical test are queried by the statistics watchdog.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has said the European Commission is trying to „land grab” the area of welfare payments, as it takes Britain to court for allegedly discriminating against EU nationals who claim social security in the UK.