BNP leader Nick Griffin arrived at BBC Television Centre today for his controversial appearance on Question Time despite fiery protests outside.
These are unusually febrile times. The BNP could fill a dangerous gap in the market
Row erupts over who will pay to police demonstrations
Richard Littlejohn, bile-secreting gallbladder of the Daily Mail, is used to life as a conspicuous figure. Not usually conspicuous, however, by his absence.
Peter Hain was eyeing a return to the Government today after being cleared by prosecutors over donations to his campaign for Labour's deputy leadership.
Labour was embroiled in a fresh row over donations last night after it was forced to pay back £15,000 to a children's charity which illegally donated cash to the party.
Peter Hain will be interviewed as a suspect within days by police investigating secret donations to his deputy leadership campaign.
Yesterday the Work and Pensions Secretary tried to draw a line under demands for full details of the funding for his failed deputy leadership campaign. So can he survive? Whitehall Editor Brian Brady reports
Peter Hain is fighting to save his position in the Cabinet after admitting that he failed to disclose donations totalling £103,000 to his campaign to become Labour's deputy leader.
Peter Hain is to admit that he failed to declare tens of thousands of pounds given to his campaign for Labour's deputy leadership.
Individuals are responsible for preventing a national pension crisis in the future, the Government warned yesterday.