David Cameron hinted that the UK will soon join the US in air strikes on Islamic State.
For the Green party, asking nicely for employers to pay a living wage isn't enough.
Shadow London minister will not follow David Lammy in launching mayoral bid before the election.
It is easy to imagine him as the popular mayor of a minor American city. What works when he is playing to the gallery, however, will not work if he becomes the head of a sovereign nation.
As polls narrow, and a Yes vote in the Scottish referendum becomes increasingly possible, the PM insists he won't resign if the Union breaks up.
The Lib Dem Disco 2014 is the social highlight of the party's conference this October. But what is it?
Telling Scotland not to “go” is a bit like saying: “We don’t want you to run your own affairs. You must always have the governments we give you.”
Western powers have been chastened by their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as by the financial crisis and the recession that followed it.
Plus, why the sisterhood is cold-shouldering Austin “Haddock” Mitchell.
Labour backbencher and Tottenham MP David Lammy is the first politician to declare his wish to be Labour's London mayoral candidate.
Speculation about a split on the right is nothing new – as far back as 1846, when Robert Peel repealed the Corn Laws, the “battle for the soul” of the Conservative Party was underway.
Ukip could prove to be of merely short-term electoral advantage to Ed Miliband; Labour may be in power after 2015, but its principles will not.
The dominance of the capital threatens to choke the life from the rest of the United Kingdom. We must act before it is too late
The Prime Minister and US President have vowed against isolationism in the face of Islamic militants and the situation in Ukraine; will Cameron finally clarify Britain's stance on air strikes against Islamic State?
In light of the failing public agencies in cases such as Rotherham and Mid-Staffordshire hospital, we need a plan to enhance proper local scrutiny.
What impact will the Clacton by-election and Douglas Carswell's defection have on the UK Independence Party?
Some in Labour are in danger of giving the appearance that they believe Cameron’s MPs will do a better job of finishing him off than they can.
The Labour leader drove a wedge between Cameron and Clegg on civil liberties.
There are few regimes as authoritarian as the one in Bahrain, and even fewer that enjoy such a level of support from the UK.
The Thames estuary airport idea has been rejected; the Mayor of London wasted £5.2m on lobbying for it.
The possibility of a Conservative victory in 2015 is one of the Yes campaign's biggest trump cards.
After a video apparently showing the beheading of another American journalist has been released, a Cobra meeting will be held to discuss the threat to a UK hostage.
The rest of the UK's reaction to Scottish nationalism is one that shows the independence debate is more tied to Holyrood's success than to how bad Westminster is.
The Yes campaign's efforts on the ground are helping it close the gap in the race for independence.
A poll on Scottish independence for the Times has found the Union "on a knife edge" with the Yes campaign only three points away from victory.
Along the Anglo-Scottish border from Dumfries to Berwick, activists and swing voters give their opinions on the Scottish independence question.
The Deputy Prime Minister admits that effectively stripping suspected terrorists of their UK citizenship is difficult in terms of Britain’s legal obligations.
A proposal to build a new airport in the Thames Estuary is to be rejected in an apparent blow to the Mayor of London. But could it help him?
The most crucial of all decisions – to go to war – must not be left in the constitutional and procedural shadowy shambles it currently is.