Exclusive: Broader involvement will strengthen communities and help cut crime, ministers hope
PM will vow to campaign 'with all my heart' in favour of in vote if he secures agreement on proposed reforms
The experience Parliament’s toughest man has of orchestrating peace could provide useful information to the PM
Zones were launched three-and-a-half years ago and have attracted around £2.2bn of investment
Government is 'soft on corporate crime'
Tony Blair had better watch out
Parties still believe the Bill will amount to what has been denounced as a 'snooper’s charter'
Exclusive: Households that received money they did not claim may get a knock on the door
Exclusive: The backbencher hopes he will open up the contest for a new talent who can unseat the Labour leader
Exclusive: If Labour wins tomorrow’s vote, Chancellor must negotiate VAT exemption with the EU
Exclusive: Critics say fixed 'admin fee' is an incentive for contractor to issue more tickets
A Cabinet source pointed to a series of recent Scottish council by-elections in which the Conservative share of the vote has gained and Labour’s has slipped
Exclusive: Committing to 2 per cent enable the Labour Leader to pursue scrapping the Trident nuclear deterrent
Exclusive: The party wants to put £800m of savings into helping victims of domestic and sexual abuse
Exclusive: The proposed bill would hasten the end of the Human Rights Act
In his 2012 Budget, Chancellor George Osborne set a target of doubling exports within eight years, but the British Chambers of Commerce has warned that the country will not reach this figure until 2034