Chancellor George Osborne plans to use a trip to Aberdeen to pay tribute to people who work in the offshore oil and gas industry.
Efforts to clamp down on the sale of dangerous substances known as legal highs are failing, a think-tank close to the government warns.
David Cameron gives his support to Barack Obama over Syria after the US president says he will ask Congress to vote on military strike action.
An MSP convicted of a series of domestic abuse offences may have his wages stopped by the Scottish parliament if he is jailed.
Better Together chairman Alistair Darling warns supporters of the pro-union campaign not to become „complacent”.
US President Barack Obama says he fully respects David Cameron’s approach after Parliament blocked UK involvement in possible military action in Syria.
David Cameron and President Barack Obama have discussed Parliament’s block on UK involvement in possible military action in Syria, the BBC understands.
Labour leader Ed Miliband insists he did the „right thing by the British people” by helping to block UK involvement in any military action in Syria.
Welsh councils are urged by the local government minister to allow filming and blogging from their meetings.
Britain will stand up for Gibraltar and the interests of its people, David Cameron says, as he holds talks amid a border dispute with Spain.
MPs gave David the kicking Tony escaped, writes Mark D’Arcy
Two senior ministers who missed a crucial Commons vote on Syria despite being in Parliament have „apologised profusely”, David Cameron says.
Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi has criticized the vote against military intervention in Syria as having „let down the innocent people of Syria”.
What does Syria vote mean for Britain’s place in the world?
A „robust response” to the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria is needed despite UK military involvement being ruled out, David Cameron says.
Labour leader Ed Miliband urges the government not to „wash its hands” of Syria, despite MPs rejecting any UK involvement in military intervention.
All of the Northern Ireland MPs who took part in the House of Commons vote on military action in Syria voted against UK intervention.
Emboldened France seeks Syria action
Three senior ministers missed the Commons vote on Syria in which MPs ruled out military intervention.
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt, who voted against military action against Syria, tells Radio 4’s Today programme it was unnecessary for the UK to „put our hand on the dagger politically” alongside the US.
A Welsh MP who rebelled against the coalition government over military action in Syria says he does not believe UK intervention would help.
Two Welsh MPs rebel against the coalition government to help ensure military action in Syria is rejected in a parliamentary vote.
Colleges have been told to brace themselves for further funding cuts, BBC Wales can reveal.
MPs vote against possible military action against Syria, ruling out involvement in US-led attacks.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that ”Britain is learning the lessons of our past, including the lessons of Iraq,” after the government suffered a surprise defeat in the House of Commons.
The US is preparing to attack the Assad regime, but the aftermath remains unclear