Tory cabinet suffers first post-election split while Yvette Cooper turns on Labour rivals
Liz Kendall seems to be the target as Yvette Cooper says some Labour MPs are closet Tories
New president vows to succeed where Goodluck Jonathan failed and rid Islamist militants from the north
Female voters who value gender over policies have been criticised for 'setting back feminism a hundred years'
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
Prime Minister's one nation pledge 'could look like the bleakest of ironies' by the end of the parliament
SNP leader criticises 'scale and speed' of cuts and reaffirms party's support for the EU
The expenses claim, the Unite threat and the theory that David Miliband could try to make a comeback
Don't call her a Blairite, but Liz Kendall wants to reconnect Labour with aspirational centre-ground voters
PM says it's 'tougher but fairer', but critics say it would be 'extremely detrimental' to access to justice
Miliband himself may have failed to cut through – but his policies were largely popular, argues Guardian columnist
Policy chief set to be replaced by Mark Reckless, as Nigel Farage insists Ukip 'has never been more united'
Prince of Wales and Sinn Fein leader express regret for the past and talk of need to move forward
Police Federation survey shows three quarters of forces have cut or merged neighbourhood teams
Unite boss threatens to withdraw funding if Labour Party fails to elect the 'correct leader'
The two leaders were expected to clash, but the SNP leader says talks were 'constructive'
Shadow business secretary had been favourite to succeed Ed Miliband as Labour leader
Campaigners argue that quotas are the quickest way to improve female representation, but others warn of unintended consequences
Chancellor offers greater powers to cities that agree to be governed by a directly elected mayor
Sources insist the letters sent to government ministers 'are much more boring than people think they are'