Lady Justice, meet your new Lord Chancellor.
Gove wants to shake things up but seems to appreciate that lawyers are at the end of their tether.
The families of three women from Bradford thought to have joined IS.
PM accuses some Muslims of 'quietly condoning' Islamic State ideology.
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A survey of party members reveals the hardest workers are also the most likely to leave.
Burnham and Cooper are in the final four.
The nominations are in and a long contest lies ahead.
Think about the question and the words don’t matter.
No-one wants to run a 'No' campaign these days but it actually won't make much of a difference.
Aflame with controversy.
UKIP will rise (and possibly fall) on Farage's "personality cult".
You are now entering the Democratic People’s Republic of Manchester.
Northern cities want greater independence but it might come at a price.
Forward in defence of the Patagonian toothfish!
The Prince has views on defence procurement, badger culling and the Patagonian toothfish. Should we care?
A member of the European Parliament expresses his frustration.
The UK is refusing to take just 2,000 refugees to help tackle the crisis in the Mediterranean. And it puts the EU on a knife edge.
The SNP’s Mhairi Black becomes the youngest member of parliament.
More women and a great ethnic mix but parliament still doesn't fully reflect the British public.
London, the morning after the election.
The British election has come and gone, and the results have confounded the expectations of most pollsters. Words such as “historic,” “extraordinary” and “political earthquake” have been used to describe…
He’s out, but who is in?
Names are already flying, but rushing an appointment would be a big mistake.
Result defies all predictions, putting Conservatives significantly ahead of Labour.
David Cameron enjoying the moment.
There were shock results all round, with some big names falling.
Pull up another (20) chairs.
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Plaid Cymru calls for fewer Welsh MPs and English Votes for English Laws.
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Channel 4's dramatisation of the five days in May 2010 when the Coalition was formed is almost revolutionarily empathetic with our political leaders.
The big yellow box doesn’t loom large in the Lib Dem campaign.
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Alexander failed to pull a rabbit out of the yellow box, but the Liberal Democrats have more tricks up their sleeves.
Onlookers jockey for position as a fifer plays ‘God Save the Queen’ for Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Hoopla for Princess Diana or Prince Harry is one thing. But wonkish, middle-aged Prince Charles?
Surprisingly little finger pointing went on at the conference.
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Against the odds (and the polls) the Liberal Democrats remain optimistic in the lead up to the general election.
Nick Clegg, still a bit of a third wheel in British politics.
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The Lib Dems may have upset the status quo, but there's no such thing as three-party politics.