More than 40 Conservatives, including four former cabinet minsters, have signed an open letter calling for David Cameron not to shy away from introducing a tougher system of press regulation.
Cabinet Office minister Oliver Letwin broke the law when he dumped sensitive official documents in a park bin, a watchdog found today.
Ed Miliband today urged people not to make the forthcoming referendum on voting reform for Westminster elections a referendum on Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
Gordon Brown's government did "all it could" to help Libya secure the release of the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, a report by Britain's top civil servant concluded yesterday.
As a member of the Speaker's Panel – senior MPs, not ministers, who chair the committee stage of bills in the House of Commons – John McWilliam was procedurally authoritative and unflappable. For this reason, I was one of 14 MPs who gave him a vote in the long, drawn-out procedure for the election of a Speaker after Lady Boothroyd went to the House of Lords.
Backbench critics angry at Damian Green affair may oppose reappointment
Most older observers in the West, who lived through one Cold War, don't want another. But Mikheil Saakashvili's contemporaries don't balk at antagonising Russia.
Plans to ban Scottish MPs from voting on laws for England will be published by the Conservative Party today.