Alleged offences span a period of a decade and are said to have taken place in London and Lancashire
The Ministry of Defence is to sell one of its historic Whitehall buildings as part of a money-saving drive.
Sketch: When attacking an organisation that big, it is not a bad idea to be in command of your facts
Touching statues of the former prime ministers is a gesture believed to bring good luck but is causing wear and tear
Despite overwhelming evidence there is still continuing reluctance from politicians to accept just how useless short prison sentences are
War leader will replace penal reformer Elizabeth Fry, leaving the Queen the only woman on a British bank note
For him the European Court makes Stalin’s show trials look like models of justice
Air Chief Marshal joins the Order of the Garter, whose members usually include former PMs
A senior Anglican clergyman from Baroness Thatcher’s home town has criticised the cost of her funeral – saying the decision to spend an estimated £10m of public money on the ceremony was a “mistake”.
Unite and Unison back mass action for the first time since 1926
Residents of Iain Duncan Smith’s constituency in Chingford tell him of the reality of life on benefits
The Prime Minister used his address to assure members he is sticking to core Tory values
More than 35,000 people signed a petition to save the "greatest black Briton"
Sources close to Nick Clegg say he is determined to stop Michael Gove's plans
Petition launched to prevent Crimean War nurse being written out of school textbooks
The Cabinet Secretary on the motivation behind Whitehall's data crusade