The Ministry of Defence has been explaining how it will bring home millions of pounds worth of equipment from Afghanistan.
Some 4,480 military personnel have been made redundant today in the latest round of army job cuts, the Ministry of Defence said.
The Ministry of Defence will set out the number of posts it will cut from the service in order to reduce the size of the Army by a fifth.
The UK and Ecuador have made no progress in the case of Julian Assange, who has been granted asylum by the south American country.
ITN's Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship explains why Stephen Hester's time ran out at RBS.
NHS boss Sir David Nicholson faced MPs again today to answer questions on NHS gagging order payments to 52 staff.
It's the 50th anniversary of the resignation of war minister John Profumo, a watershed moment for the reporting of political scandals.
The hastily announced Government bill to create a statutory register of lobbyists is a highly politicised piece of legislation.
Iain Duncan Smith "will not back down" in the legal fight with the European Commission over access to UK benefits for European migrants.
David Cameron has defended the equal marriage bill while Nick Clegg claims a civil partnership amendment is laced with an "ulterior motive".