David Cameron 'damaged' by vote debacle as Labour leader scores rare political victory
Tentative Labour leader wants a 'UN moment' before any military move but is highly unlikely to get it
Vince Cable attacks Home Office ploy as report shows immigration stats are 'little better than a best guess'
Prime Minister says all-male clubs belong in the past but some senior Tories might disagree
Health, schools and pensions must be at risk, warns IFS director after Chancellor's electioneering vow
George Osborne and Ed Miliband among 148 MPs claiming money for their younger families
George Osborne 'visibly embarrassed' as US president confuses him with 65-year-old singer Jeffrey Osborne
Lib Dem leader keeps dodging question while C4's Cathy Newman asks: why are no heads rolling?
Despite Big Brother scare, most Tories are on side over national security: but Clegg's a different story
'I am a parent, I want to do the best for my child, every parent does,' says deputy prime minister
Lord Oakeshott goes on the rampage in wake of latest cash-for-access scandal to hit Westminster
Claims a Tory MP and three peers accepted cash for lobbying unmasks the 'murkier side of politics'
Clegg said to be considering tit-for-tat threat if Tories and Labour join forces to get 'snooper's charter'
Iain Duncan Smith was ready to cut welfare by further £3bn to fund defence; no thanks says the Chancellor
Prime Minister says there will be no 'knee-jerk reaction' to brutal killing and life must go on as normal
Recall would allow government to show leadership against jihadists – and against any far-right backlash
PM says he's proud of his government's reforming style but promises to stick to 'the big picture' from now on
Education Secretary claims those fighting reforms are anti-aspiration - but what of his own ambitions?
Why has David Cameron decided to publish the bill today and does it have a hope of becoming law?