Disclosure part of massive dump of government documents published just before the seasonal parliamentary break
Most of us use the internet acronym LOL to mean “laugh out loud”. But in US political circles, where campaign strategists are supposed to have superpowers, it stands for “lie or lose” – the public doesn’t like the truth, and those who flirt with telling it don’t stand a chance.
Director of Public Prosecutions comes under mounting scrutiny after deciding not to charge journalists over hacking
Leveson 2 was designated to investigate 'extent of unlawful or improper conduct' within Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspapers
Alison Saunders’ claim there is 'insufficient evidence' for conviction has come under fire from hacking victims' lawyers
The former Conservative Treasury minister has been appointed chair of the Office of Tax Simplification
Exclusive: Ex-minister sought backing for party leadership and was ‘Mark Clarke’s meal ticket’
Former international relief adviser makes call for a new international consensus on the war-torn country
A vote in the Commons on Wednesday isexpected to give David Cameron a substantial majority in favour of targeting Isis in Syria
Advisers to the Foreign Secretary step up legal warnings that the missile sales may breach international humanitarian law
Humanitarian suffering of people in Yemen is 'fuel for the growth of already entrenched extremist movements'
Some locals preparing to greet the newcomers harbour doubts that the island will provide enduring appeal
The former MI6 chief, whose 'evidence' helped take us to war in Iraq, has latterly proved to be better at making money than standing up to Tony Blair
If you accept a porous account then what lessons you claim to have learned will be worthless
A quasi-English parliament within a parliament will now awkwardly co-exist alongside the all-welcome business of the Commons
A High Court libel case has exposed the often shadowy world of international lobbying