|Lib Dems to push for income tax cuts
Raising the income tax allowance to £12,500 will be a Lib Dem demand in future coalition talks, the party is to say.
Clare's Law introduced against abuse
A scheme to let people to find out from police if their partner has a history of domestic violence is introduced across England and Wales.
'Great uncertainty' in tax crackdown
Government forecasts for what it expects to recoup from closing tax loopholes are vulnerable to "great uncertainty", MPs say.
PM and Clegg in foreign staff row
David Cameron and Nick Clegg are criticised for employing foreign domestic staff after a minister attacked the "metropolitan elite" for using cheap migrant workers.
Free school meals scheme criticised
Some primary schools will struggle to comply with Nick Clegg's free school meal scheme, a senior Tory MP warns.
Storm-hit towns bid for £64m fund
Areas hit by storms will get priority when the next round of coastal regeneration money is handed out, ministers say.
Elvis beats Lib Dems in by-election
A pensioner dressed as Elvis beats the Liberal Democrats into last place in a Nottingham by-election.
Reject 'Europhobia', urges Wood
Plaid Cymru party leader Leanne Wood urges voters to reject "damaging Europhobia" in May's European election as her party meets for its spring conference.
Currency union refusal 'is final'
The cross-party decision to rule out a monetary union if Scotland became independent is final, the chief secretary to the Treasury says.
Chief vows to restore trust in Met
The head of the Metropolitan Police has vowed to win back public trust after a report found officers spied on the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence.
EU vote plan blights UK, says Cable
David Cameron's commitment to an in/out referendum on Europe is "blighting" investment in the UK, Vince Cable warns.
UKIP 'has cleansed' Tories, says MP
The UK Independence Party has done the Conservatives an "enormous favour" by "cleansing" the party of views it finds distasteful, Tory MP Robert Halfon claims
MP: I don't want to trace my father
Labour's Caroline Flint says she never attempted to track down her biological father because she wanted to "get on with my own life".
Apology over level crossing deaths
Network Rail offers a "full and unreserved apology" to families bereaved by level crossing accidents, as MPs criticise its handling of deaths in the past.
Cameron: UK will back up Ukraine
David Cameron promises to "stand up" for the people of Ukraine, as the EU agrees to take measures against Russia.
Lawyers stage second cuts walkout
Thousands of lawyers opposed to legal aid cuts in England and Wales stage their second walkout this year.
Careless farming 'adding to floods'
The UK government is discussing new rules to stop farmers contributing to flooding through poor land management.
VIDEO: Prime minister's questions
"Nothing should be off the table" in terms of sanctions against Russia, says David Cameron.
VIDEO: Ellison review statement
Baroness Lawrence describes the resistance she faced to making claims of police corruption.
VIDEO: Flood risk debate
MPs discuss government policy on managing flood risk, during an estimates day debate.
VIDEO: Scottish Parliament
Salmond refuses to commit to a post-yes Scotland reintroducing the 50p rate of income tax.
VIDEO: Question Time
The first minister says Peter Hain's Commons replies on OTRs were "inaccurate".
VIDEO: Immigration Bill
The Archbishop of York argues the government should provide more information to deportees.
VIDEO: Welfare Reform Committee 1
Food bank providers say the 'terrifying' increase in food aid is clearly linked to welfare reform.
VIDEO: European Parliament
MEPs take evidence from Ukraine's special envoy on Crimea, amid deepening tensions.
On the Run scheme over says Villiers
No On the Run letters have been issued by the Northern Ireland Office since December 2012 and the scheme is now over, according to the secretary of state.
A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.
Bank says currency union 'unlikely'
A deal on sharing control of the pound between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK is "unlikely", analysts at the global bank Citigroup say.
BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.
Investigation into GCSE exam results
An investigation is launched after "unexpectedly low" grades for new GCSE English language exams sat in January.
A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.
Miners' strike: Worth the price?
The economic recovery has been patchy in many Yorkshire coal communities in the 30 years since the national strike against pit closures, so was the struggle worth it?
Pitfalls of 'major party status'
With the greater recognition UKIP is being granted, there comes the pitfalls of greater scrutiny of its members.
Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England
VIDEO: House of Commons
Theresa May announces a judge-led public inquiry into undercover policing.
Q&A: Beginner's guide to PM's speech
David Cameron delivers his long-awaited speech on the UK's relations with the EU. Here's an at-a-glance guide.
Links to UK political websites
Links to political parties and other useful websites covering UK politics.
Who's who: Cameron's cabinet
As David Cameron reshuffles his cabinet, here's a full list of who is doing what job.
Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet
The details of Labour leader Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet following the recent reshuffle.
European Parliaments online
Links to other Parliamentary broadcasters
VIDEO: Davey: UKIP basically lie to people
UKIP "basically lie to people" claims Ed Davey, who says the Eurosceptic party was scaremongering over immigration
VIDEO: Jackman 'wants to be first black UK PM'
Sir Tom Jones has dubbed a Voice competitor "the singing politician" and the singer wants to the first UK black PM.
VIDEO: Reading the signals on Lib Dem fortunes
Liberal Democrats are meeting for their spring conference with minds focussed on May's local and European elections.
VIDEO: Political week in 60 seconds
The political week up to 7 March is reviewed in one minute by Adam Fleming, looking back over the headlines.
VIDEO: Straw dismayed by police corruption
Former home secretary Jack Straw has told MPs the revelations of police corruption around the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry are the most shameful he has heard in his 35-year parliamentary career.
VIDEO: Grayling effigy at legal aid protest
Celebrities including actress Maxine Peake and former Blur drummer David Rowntree have joined thousands of protesters opposed to legal aid cuts in England and Wales.
VIDEO: 'Justice will become a luxury'
Nicola Hill, President of the London Criminal Court Solicitors Association (LCCSA), says justice will become a luxury, not a right for all if planned government cuts to legal aid go ahead.
VIDEO: Special advisers 'raised in veal crates'
Government advisers - known as Spads - were largely unknown creatures until comedies offered an insight.
Should Boris still be wooing foreign property investors?
Should Boris stop wooing foreign property tycoons?
How David Cameron got lampooned on Twitter
How David Cameron found himself lampooned on Twitter
Russia - punish or dialogue?
Should EU leaders punish Russia or encourage dialogue?
Viewpoints: MPs and peers on Ukraine
MPs and peers consider the ongoing crisis in Ukraine
Heath, Thorpe and the lost coalition of 1974
The story of Ted Heath and Jeremy Thorpe's doomed deal
Election 2015: The political battleground
The towns, villages and cities which will decide next election
Latest opinion polls
See how political parties are doing in the latest opinion surveys
What is parliament and how does it work?
Find out more about the Commons and Lords and how they work