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The general election offers Wales an "unprecedented opportunity", Plaid Cymru's leader will say at the party's campaign launch.
Politicians are urged to ensure human rights protections are stronger following the General Election.
Who won the first big election battle on social media?
The Electoral Commission says it has referred two allegations that the Liberal Democrats received donations in breach of party funding rules to the Metropolitan Police.
A parliamentary candidate is suspended by the Liberal Democrats after he was was arrested over child sex abuse allegations.
The government is defeated over a bid to change the way a future Speaker is elected to the House of Commons.
A new Channel 4 drama charts the days leading up to the decision by the Lib Dems to work with the Conservatives after the 2010 election.
Conservative MP Charles Walker is clapped by Labour MPs after claiming he has been "played like a fool".
"All the attention and resources" could be diverted to Scotland in the event of SNP gains at the general election, Plaid Cymru warns.
The US special envoy to Northern Ireland says foreign investors are not going to come without knowing what rate of corporation tax they will pay.
A judicial review of the decision to press ahead with the M4 relief road is rejected in full.
The Speaker tells MPs that he is in the chair and is "intending to remain in the chair" in the House of Commons
The Supreme Court says letters by Prince Charles to government departments can be published, after a campaign by the Guardian newspaper.
Health Secretary Shona Robison is set to make a ministerial statement to Holyrood on the contaminated blood scandal.
William Hague and the 85 others standing down
Ross Hawkins explains the formats of the leaders' joint television appearances before the general election.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband will each be interviewed by Jeremy Paxman and face audience questions in the first general election TV special.
Why have Osborne and Balls neutered themselves?
Winter fuel allowance rejected by only 400 pensioners
The end of the Parliamentary session involves a few odd actions and Norman French being spoken in Westminster.