The family of a Wakefield man murdered by his violent nephew are demanding a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron. Shabir Choudary was killed at his flat in the city nearly four years ago.
West Yorkshire Probation Trust has admitted failures in their risk assessment of his killer - his nephew Zahir Aziz. Now Mr Choudary's family want government agencies to be more accountable.
She was loved and loathed in equal measure during her life and now it seems that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is continuing to divide opinion in death.
A group of Tory MPs say they're serious about wanting to rename the late August Bank Holiday "Margaret Thatcher Day". Her admirers say it would be a fitting tribute to the Iron Lady who grew up as a grocer's daughter in Grantham. But today the proposal got a lukewarm reception.
Members of Parliament travelling back to the UK from overseas to pay tribute to Baroness Thatcher can claim up to £3,750 in travel expenses, it was confirmed today.
MPs are able to claim for their journeys back following the recall of Parliament during the Easter recess, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) says.
Downing Street has confirmed that Baroness Margaret Thatcher will be given a Ceremonial funeral:
The Prime Minister has held talks with northern Lincolnshire's four MPs on how to improve the area's economy.
In what was described as an 'excellent meeting', David Cameron discussed investment in renewable energy, City Deals, rail improvements and calls to upgrade the A15 between Scunthorpe and Lincoln.
Catch up with what the region's MPs asked David Cameron at PMQs.
Including Philip Davies (Shipley), on the Budget, Diana Johnson (Hull North), on performance-related pay, Gloria de Piero (Ashfield), on taxes and Hugh Bayley (York Central), on the Spare Room Subsidy/Bedroom Tax.