What does the Conservative majority mean for HS2, the controversial plan for a high-speed rail link?
Campaigners urge Pride in London to drop 'homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic' party from line-up
The government to clamp down on 'rip-off' staffing agencies and expensive management consultants
Cyclist and 4x4 owner in expletive-ridden row: 'I'll smash your f***ing teeth down your throat'
The former Liberal Democrat leader on politics, integrity and not taking things too seriously
'Oliver Twist scenarios' are playing out on British streets, despite the government's new anti-slavery legislation
Campaigners argue that the recent election 'disenfranchised millions', underlining the need for a better system
David Cameron rules out withdrawal from the convention, despite opposition from his most senior colleagues
MoD spokesman says the thoughts and sympathies of the Naval Service are with the man's family and friends
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
Parents are 'being misled' say campaigners, but regulators insist that sugar content is 'clearly labelled'
Zero-tolerance approach to offensive clothing has helped the seaside town shed its 'wild west' image
Three-quarters of all fresh shop-bought chicken in Britain is infected with the food poisoning bug
The amount you can put into Premium Bonds is about to rise, but for the average investor they're a bad deal
Cambridge University outdone by former polytechnic in teaching satisfaction rankings
Legal classification of LSD and magic mushrooms is hampering important medical research, says expert
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
First stretch of the Crossrail service will open this weekend with fare cuts for commuters of up to 40 per cent