LABOUR'S biggest affiliate is to cut its funding by £1.5 million in the wake of changes to the party's links with trade unions.
FORMER Labour cabinet minister Patricia Hewitt has said the National Council for Civil Liberties was "naive and wrong" over its links with the Paedophile Information Exchange.
SNP MSP Joan McAlpine is facing calls to resign as an official aide to First Minister Alex Salmond after referring herself to Holyrood authorities over an expenses claim.
Secret letters sent to on-the-run suspects in Northern Ireland did not amount to immunity, exemption or amnesty from arrest, the UK Government has said.
RELATIONS between the Coalition parties have deteriorated after David Cameron and George Osborne were accused of ambushing Nick Clegg over Europe.
MINISTERS were accused of "taking food from the mouths of children" after blocking millions of pounds of European funding agreed for British food banks.
A COUNCIL engaged in a war of words with Alex Salmond has voted to push ahead with controversial plans to revise protocols for ministerial visits.
about 68,000 benefit claimants are having their welfare payments stopped unfairly each year, heightening demand for food banks, a think tank has warned.
David Cameron will today roll out the red carpet for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, his best hope of winning concessions designed to satisfy eurosceptics within his own Conservative party.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg is to go head to head with Ukip's Nigel Farage in two broadcast debates on the European Union in the run-up to the May 22 elections to the European Parliament.