Lively debate for the south and south east - the clash over the EU referendum: should we stay or should we go? Defence: 2% - more or less? And gay rights: what next? Tim Aker MEP, Flick Drummond MP & Sir Gerald Howarth MP discuss.
The MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey says the 3 prisons on the Isle of Sheppey are "a penal powderkeg that could explode with very serious consequences".
A packed hall of more than 200 party faithful have heard the two contenders make a pitch to become the next leader of the Liberal Democrats. Tim Farron and Norman Lamb have both vowed to revive their party - which was decimated in last month's General Election. Richard Slee reports from Southampton.
The MP for Bexhill and Battle Huw Merriman asked the government why the people of Heathfield have to wait so long for their post office to reopen.
Buckinghamshire Tory MP Cheryl Gillan asked the Leader of the House Chris Grayling for the latest on the campaign to help boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Labour have denied claims Ed Miliband pulled out of a photoshoot in front of Brighton Pavilion over fears voters may think it was a mosque.Read the full story ›
The new Armed Forces Minister, Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt, on the problem of combining that job with her role as a Navy reservist.
The Conservative MP for Aldershot Sir Gerald Howarth on the Government's forthcoming defence review and the possibility of more cuts.
Council asks public for ideas after bad reaction to plans to repaint Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower red & white in £3.5m sponsorship deal.Read the full story ›
The chewed end of a cigar smoked by Winston Churchill in his hospital bed is expected to fetch up to a thousand pounds at auction in Dorset. The cigar was smoked in 1962 while Churchill was recuperating from a fractured hip. It was saved by a student nurse and kept in a paper bag. The cigar will go under the hammer in Dorchester in October.