Sajid Javid: Budget help for firms hit by rates rise
The government says it will make system "fairer" for businesses facing the steepest increases.
Income rules for foreign spouses upheld
Cash threshold deemed lawful but Supreme Court judges criticise the hardship it brings to families.
Family of British IS bomber deny £1m compensation payout
The family of Jamal al-Harith say the reported £1m settlement was split between four people.
Cressida Dick appointed as first female Met Police chief
Cressida Dick becomes the first woman to lead London's police force in its 188-year history.
Tom Watson's 'inadvertent' dab in PMQs
Labour deputy leader's dance move is caught on camera after Jeremy Corbyn's question.
Theresa May on the attack over Troubles' soldier cases
Theresa May attacks those she says have 'dragged soldiers through the courts' over incidents in NI.
Lamont: Remainers' 'duty' not to undermine Brexit talks
Lord Lamont urges peers not to amend the Brexit bill during a marathon debate.
Self-driving cars must be covered by insurance, says UK bill
The UK proposes that insurance companies have to cover all accidents involving self-driving cars.
Street parties planned to remember murdered MP Jo Cox
Her widower said the event was a "fitting tribute" to the mother-of-two, who was murdered last June.
UK economy grows faster than thought
The UK's economy did better than thought at the end of last year, but estimate for 2016 is cut.
'More spent on free schools as older buildings deteriorate'
The government has pledged billions for free schools while existing buildings are deteriorating, watchdog finds.
Welsh language to be allowed in MPs' Welsh Grand Committee
MPs will be allowed to speak Welsh in some parliamentary debates under UK government plans.
New TV channel for BBC in Scotland
The BBC in Scotland will launch a new channel, with a £30m budget, in autumn 2018.
Jean-Claude Juncker: UK faces hefty Brexit bill
The European Commission's president warns of a "tough" two-year divorce negotiation with the EU.
Philip Hammond 'listening' to business rates concerns
Philip Hammond is under pressure to act with some businesses facing "eye-watering" rate rises.
Come to France post-Brexit, banks urged
Presidential contender Emmanuel Macron calls his country an "attractive space" for UK-based companies.
France loves you
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron tells French Londoners to come home in pre-election rally.
Aggregate figures exclude inflation and an adjustment for successful appeals.
Vice-President Mike Pence represents the new Donald Trump administration at the Munich Security Conference.
'Block him out'
Abuse victim hails MP's attempt to let people add mothers' names to the marriage register.
How do the former prime minister's assertions stack up?
It may no longer be the most dangerous job in politics, but being Commons Speaker is always fraught with controversy.
They said what?
What is the best way to counter the rise of the fake political quote?
Theresa May offers promise of help on business rates
The prime minister says the government is looking at "appropriate relief" for firms hardest hit by business rate rises.
Labour deputy leader 'dabs' during PMQs
Labour's Tom Watson appears to perform the 'dab' dance move during Prime Minister's Questions.
NHS and social care in a state of emergency says Corbyn
During Prime Minister's Questions, Jeremy Corbyn accuses the government of putting the NHS in England in "a state of emergency".
Meeting the candidates in the Copeland by-election
Labour have held the seat for more than 80 years but with a majority of just 2,500 over the Conservatives, the party's long rule is under threat.
Some peers 'contribute absolutely nothing'
A former Speaker of the House of Lords has claimed that many peers contribute "absolutely nothing" to Parliament - despite claiming their full £300 daily allowance.
Jeremy Corbyn failed 'test' on Brexit says Labour peer
Jeremy Corbyn is not a "true believer" on Europe and failed his "test" during the referendum campaign, says peer Lord Liddle.
Trump state visit: Protests outside as MPs debate petition
Protests take place in London as MPs debate whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK.
May's message 'we're watching you'
Michael Cockerell says Theresa May's appearance in the House of Lords was to send a message
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.
Shadow cabinet: The comings and goings under Corbyn, and the current line-up
Labour's top team has had several incarnations of late, and high turnover in four particular roles.
Who's Who: Theresa May's cabinet
Theresa May is forming her government after becoming prime minister. Who is in - and out - of her first cabinet?
Stoke by-election guide
A preview of the 23 February vote where Labour is looking to see off a UKIP challenge.
Copeland by-election at-a-glance guide
As party leaders head to Copeland in Cumbria, here is a guide to the by-election taking place on 23 February.
The Jeremy Corbyn Story: Profile of Labour leader
A profile of Jeremy Corbyn - the radical left wing MP who has now seen off a challenge to his leadership of the Labour Party.
Political party conferences 2016: At-a-glance guide
The best bits from the 2016 party conference season.
Who's staying and who's going in the shadow cabinet?
A string of members of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet have quit and Hilary Benn has been sacked. Who has gone and who remains? Here's a quick guide.
At-a-glance: Guide to Labour 2016 conference agenda
An at-a-glance guide to Labour's 2016 party conference agenda.
The result in maps and charts
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?
Who is Michel Barnier? Meet the EU's chief Brexit negotiator
Michel Barnier, who has moved seamlessly between jobs in Paris and Brussels, is the EU's chief Brexit negotiator.
'Indyref 2' being pushed online
As the EU referendum count turned decisively towards Leave, the online conversation in Scotland immediately turned to the possibility of another vote on independence.
Five models for post-Brexit UK trade
Norway, Switzerland, Canada or Singapore? What approach should the UK take to trade deals with the EU and others, once it leaves the European bloc?
England's most pro and anti-EU boroughs
The vote in England exposes huge differences between the levels of support for the Remain and Leave campaigns in London and the rest of the country.
Images of the historic day when millions of people across the UK voted in a referendum on whether the UK should remain in or leave the EU.
Who's who: Cabinet
What we know about the make-up of David Cameron's new cabinet
Labour reshuffle: Diane Abbott made shadow home secretary
Diane Abbott becomes shadow home secretary as part of a Labour front bench reshuffle but critics say it has failed to unify the party.