Labour leader Ed Milliband was on the campaign trail in David Cameron's Witney constituency today.
The Prime Minister enjoys a game of snooker while relaxing at Chequers and even has fun on his family's karaoke machine.
Surrey South West MP and Secretary of State for the Department of Culture, Media and Sport under renewed pressure over Murdoch links.
Thames Valley Police has arrested a 22-year-old man from Witney on suspicion of rape.
The man was arrested last night in connection with the rape of a 15-year-old girl in the early hours of last Saturday.
A 41-year-old man who was previously arrested on suspicion of rape has been released without charge.
– Det Insp Steve Raffield
We recognise this incident is likely to cause concern in the local community and I would like to reassure people that we have a team of detectives working on the case.
If anyone in the Carterton community has any concerns or queries, I would encourage them to speak to their neighbourhood policing team.
During a family holiday on the Scottish island of Jura, the Prime Minister said a scan showed he had a protruding disc.
Mr Cameron, who enjoys deer stalking, said his back pain meant he avoided the hunting activity, which requires crawling on the ground.
His comments came during a pre-recorded interview with the BBC. Mr Cameron said about the whisky-producing island: "It's a great place to unwind. I like the great outdoors. I like an active holiday.
The island is home to thousands of red deer and according to the Prime Minister deer stalking is "probably one of the most defendable" field sports. He also denied giving up hunting because of opposition to the sport by some people.
"I find now I'd rather go for a walk and this year I've got a phenomenally bad back so I really don't think I'll be able to crawl," he said.
The body of a 37-year-old man has been found in Ducklington Lake at Witney, Oxfordshire. It's still not clear how he died.
A library book, originally loaned out for two weeks, has been returned - 55 years late. Who borrowed it? Asana Greenstreet went undercover to find out.
A library book, originally loaned out for two weeks, has been been returned - 55 years late. It was borrowed in 1958 from Witney library in Oxfordshire and finally given back by an elderly lady.
She was told by staff that she didn't need to pay an overdue fine - which is thought to be about £900!
The Labour leader went electioneering in Witney today - Ed Miliband in the heart of David Cameron's constituency. It's ahead of next week's county council elections.
In Oxfordshire, out of more than 70 councillors, just 9 are Labour. But Mr Miliband's message was: there mustn't be any no-go areas for his party. Phil Hornby reports.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is campaigning today - in the heart of Prime Minister David Cameron's Witney constituency.
David Cameron won't switch on the Christmas lights in his own constituency of Witney this year as he is 'too costly'. Last year's bill - which attracted up to 10,000 people - totalled £45,000, including £2,300 security. Mr Cameron is pictured switching on the lights two years ago.