EU rules mean Government may impose four-year wait on all new claimants
Businesses taking on people with no right to work in UK will face enforcement raids
Shadow health secretary pledges to extend new higher minimum wage and scrap tuition fees
Labour leadership frontrunner has pledged among other things "people's QE"
A flurry of claims of abuse by the late ex-PM has followed Monday’s appeal for victims in Wiltshire
Health service warned financial plans are 'quite simply unaffordable'
Overpayments are often the result of errors on the part of the Government rather than criminal intent
Government cuts to the policing budget are forcing the service to make big changes to the way it works
David Cameron urged to abandon plans to appoint new set of Tory peers in wake of Sewel scandal
The newly elected Liberal Democrat leader said his personal Twitter account had been hacked
Speaker accused of 'obscene waste' after FOI reveals his proclivity for chauffeur-driven travel
Ministers plan to use psychological techniques to counter terrorism and illegal immigration
Kuenssberg beats rivals to take one of journalism's toughest jobs as Nick Robinson moves to Radio 4
Newly discovered government documents also relate to senior Westminster figures, including Leon Brittan
Quezada, who played Agent Gomez, is seeking election as a New Mexico county commissioner
David Cameron outlines 'landmark' five-year strategy to combat extremism
Privatisation of the NHS is a hot topic amid concerns over the health service's 'financial hole'
MPs' salaries rise by £7,000 to £74,000 as Ipsa follows through on its controversial proposal
One union leader says tough new proposals smack of Nazi Germany. But do the Tories have the public on side?
56 Nationalist MPs had said they would vote against 'watering down' of hunting ban, despite Nicola Sturgeon's pledge