More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain
Deputy PM said the ban would not be enforceable in practice
Nick Clegg has said he will not drop a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who sparked widespread protests among some Muslims by tweeting a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed.
Global Radio to launch national commercial news and politics network
Young people will not be put off from voting Conservative or Liberal Democrat in 2015 because of the failures of the current government, students at the first ever iStudents debate in Cardiff agreed yesterday.
George Osborne refused to rule out a cut in the top rate of tax from 45p to 40p today as the Conservatives and Labour clashed over the economy.
Vince Cable has warned a housing boom could mean the economic recovery is merely a “short term bounce” in a warning shot aimed at the Liberal Democrats' Coalition partners.
It's a theory that hasn't been proposed by politicians yet
Hundreds of Syrian refugees will be allowed to come to Britain under plans to be announced by the Government on Wednesday.
Rememberance events will be attended by survivors, politicians, and members of the public
Nick Clegg has intervened in a growing row over freedom of expression, describing as “unacceptable” death threats made against a prospective Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who tweeted a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed and Jesus greeting each other.
34-year-old to run for single-issue party at Euro elections
There are rumours that the Queen’s Speech has been delayed because of a lack of interesting policies to put forward in a legislative programme.
Britain's oversight of US bases ‘in urgent need of revision’
Mike Hancock was suspended from the party this week following leak of unpublished report into his conduct
The pressure on David Cameron to allow hundreds of Syrian refugees to come to Britain is increasing, with 55 members of the House of Lords urging him to sign up to a United Nations programme.