(BBC) The work and pensions secretary is to lay out welfare system reforms after saying too many people are "parked" on benefits.
(UK) Alastair Campbell denies Tony Blair misled Parliament over the intelligence in the run-up to the 2003 Iraq war.
(BBC) Being black or Asian no longer means you will be automatically disadvantaged, says Communities Secretary John Denham.
(BBC) Britain's Chancellor is expected to announce a one-off tax on bankers' bonuses as he tackles the country's budget problems.
(BBC) Lawyers for oil trading firm Trafigura end attempts to keep secret a report about toxic waste dumping in the Ivory Coast.
There is no evidence that new arrivals in the UK are able to jump council housing queues, an Equality Commission report says.
(BBC) Opposition parties and campaigners have condemned the decision to hold an inquiry into the Iraq war in private.
(BBC) Voters in European polls deliver a damning verdict on Labour, as it is beaten by UKIP and sees the BNP gain its first MEPs.
Seven councils are accused of "negligence" for depositing money with Icelandic banks, days before they went bust last October.
(BBC) Gordon Brown's spokesman says he believes bankers should consider waiving their right to bonuses.
(BBC) A possible deal to end the oil refinery dispute in Lincolnshire over foreign labour emerges at talks chaired by Acas.
Paying for sex with prostitutes who are controlled by pimps or illegally trafficked to the UK is to be outlawed.
(BBC) Advice given to Tony Blair about the legality of the Iraq war was fatally 'flawed', a former senior law lord claims.
(BBC) The number of migrants allowed into the UK may have to be cut because of the economic crisis, a UK immigration minister says.
(BBC News) Prime Minister Gordon Brown calls on other governments to follow Britain's lead by supporting their struggling banks.
(BBC News) UK plans to enable police to hold terror suspects without charge for longer cause concern at Europe's human rights watchdog.
(BBC News) The government is urged by a cross-party committee of MPs and peers to adopt a Bill of Rights for the UK.
(BBC) - Gordon Brown promises the world would be prepared to put money into Zimbabwe if democracy were restored.
A group of MPs call for a limit on the data collected and held on British citizens for the compulsory ID card scheme.
China has criticised Gordon Brown for taking part in talks with Tibet's exiled leader, the Dalai Lama.
Attempts to cut the 24-week upper limit for abortions to 20 or 22 weeks are rejected by British MPs.
(BBC News) British MPs back the use of human-animal embryos for medical research, defeating an attempt to ban it.