In her letter of resignation Baroness Warsi says that the Government's policy on Gaza is "morally indefensible".
The family of Cheryl James say they are relieved at the Attorney General's decision to allow them permission to apply for a fresh inquest into the death of their daughter.
Pte James was one of four soldiers who died at Deepcut barracks in Surrey between 1995 and 2002.
Private James' parents, backed by Human Rights campaign group Liberty, called for a fresh inquest into her death, lodging an application with the Attorney General for consent to apply to the High Court for one.
Today a spokesman for Dominic Grieve said he had granted his consent.
The spokesman said:
Labour have been granted an urgent question in the Commons to the Attorney General Dominic Grieve over the collapse of the case in the man accused of being behind the fatal bomb attack in Hyde Park in 1982:
Attorney General Dominic Grieve has welcomed the Court of appeal's ruling backing the use of whole-life sentences.
A panel of five judges, headed by the Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas, announced their decision on "life-means-life" orders at the Court of appeal in London.
Pakistan's High Commission has rebuked Attorney General Dominic Grieve for his "negative and divisive " comments about corruption in some ethnic minority communities.
The Attorney General has apologised after apparently suggesting to a newspaper that corruption is rife in Britain's Pakistani community.
Conservative MEP Sajjad Karim has accepted Dominic Grieve's apology following his "ill-advised" comments about corruption in Britain's Pakistani community.
Mr Karim wrote on Twitter:
The Government's most senior law officer has apologised for any offence caused by remarks about corruption in Britain's Pakistani community.
Attorney General Dominic Grieve said in a statement: "If I gave the impression that there is a particular problem in the Pakistani community, I was wrong.
"It is not my view. I believe the Pakistani community has enriched this country a great deal as I know full well from my extensive contact with the community over a number of years. I'm sorry if I have caused any offence."
Attorney General Dominic Grieve said "sorry if I have caused any offence" following his comments about corruption in the Pakistani community.