McDonnell favours free vote on Syria
Issues such as going to war should be "above party politics", shadow chancellor John McDonnell says, ahead of a potential vote on UK air strikes in Syria.

UK should back air strikes - Hollande
The French president calls on MPs to back UK air strikes in Syria, as Labour MPs seek to defuse a row over the issue.

Corbyn aide's suspension lifted
A senior aide to Jeremy Corbyn who urged people to vote for a Class War candidate has his suspension lifted, a decision immediately criticised by MPs.

Livingstone: Blair to blame for 7/7
Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is criticised for suggesting Tony Blair was to blame for the deaths of 52 people in the 7/7 London bombings in 2005.

Fire Brigades Union to rejoin Labour
Members of the Fire Brigades Union vote to re-affiliate to the Labour Party, more than a decade after leaving it.

Queen opens Commonwealth summit
The Queen opens a two-day summit of Commonwealth leaders in Malta, as David Cameron promises a Commonwealth unit to target the "scourge" of extremism.

MPs and councils in abuse inquiry
The Anglican and Catholic churches, three councils, and both current and former MPs are to be investigated by the inquiry into child sexual abuse, its chair says.

A&E waiting times 'getting worse'
Waiting times in A&E departments across the UK are worsening as pressures grow in hospitals, figures suggest.

Minister to make fracking decision
The decision to allow shale gas drilling - or fracking - in Lancashire will be made directly by the government, it has emerged.

'Very significant' cuts still to come
"Very significant" government spending cuts will be imposed before the next general election, the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank warns.

Religious education 'needs overhaul'
Religious education in England's schools needs a total overhaul to bring the subject into the 21st Century, argues a report.

NI leaders attend British Irish meeting
The first and deputy first ministers attend a meeting of the British Irish Council in London.

A tour of the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont.

Scottish Greens re-elect co-convener
Maggie Chapman maintains her position as co-convener of the Scottish Green Party, following a leadership election.

BBC Democracy Live takes you on a tour of the Scottish Parliament.

Concerns halt payments to college
Payments to a private Cardiff college are suspended after a BBC Wales investigation reveals allegations of fraud.

A guide to the National Assembly for Wales.

Budget: The East Midlands reacts
Who are the Budget winners and losers in the East Midlands?

Pre-election Budget with added catapult
A pre-election Budget, but will the catapult energise the Midlands?

Political editors across England
Political analysis from around England

Links to UK political websites
Links to political parties and other useful websites covering UK politics.

Who's who: Cameron's cabinet
Here's a full list of who is doing what job in David Cameron's new cabinet

Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet
The details of Labour leader Ed Miliband's shadow cabinet following the recent reshuffle.

European Parliaments online
Links to other Parliamentary broadcasters

AUDIO: 'Terrible divisions' in Labour over Syria
Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign as Labour leader if he is seen as a liability to the party, a Welsh MP says, amid a row over his opposition to air strikes against jihadists based in Syria.

VIDEO: Abbott: We will arrive at a collective decision
Labour MP Diane Abbott has defended Jeremy Corbyn's opposition to air strikes in Syria.

VIDEO: Cameron: IS 'have tried to attack us'
David Cameron has asked the Commons for backing over plans to carry out air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.

VIDEO: Corbyn: 'Does it strengthen or undermine security?'
Jeremy Corbyn has questioned whether a proposal to launch air strikes against so-called Islamic State "is likely to reduce or increase" their threat.

VIDEO: Lansley on net migration figures
Andrew Lansley says it is hard to see how the government can meet its aim to bring it down to below 100,000 by 2020.

VIDEO: Spending Review - in 60 seconds
Chancellor George Osborne does a U-turn on cuts to tax credits and vows to protect police funding in his Spending Review.

From postie to Serjeant at Arms
The postman who became Serjeant at Arms

Osborne pins hopes on Universal Credit
Osborne's £12bn welfare cuts rely on delayed Universal Credit

Syria bombing: Where UK parties stand
Where the UK's political parties stand on Syria vote

Welfare cuts postponed, not axed
There will still be longer term reductions in welfare spending

Oldham is a fundamental test for Labour
Oldham vote is first big test of public opinion for Corbyn

Will spectacular U-turn harm Osborne?
Will U-turn on tax credits harm George Osborne?

Parliamentary Diary.