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Simon Hamilton says the DUP is making arrangements with the assembly so its "in-out" ministers will not be paid for the days they are in office.
Religious supplementary schools in England that teach children intolerance will be investigated and closed down, Prime Minister David Cameron says.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hits back after David Cameron accused him of a "Britain-hating ideology".
David Cameron tells the Conservative party conference the reason polls were so wrong in the run-up to the General Election is because "Britain and Twitter are not the same thing".
Daivd Cameron claims that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is "security-threatening, terrorist-sympathising and Britain-hating".
David Cameron defends his decision to order the RAF drone strikes which killed a Cardiff jihadist in Syria.
Conservatives facing angry crowds in Manchester
The Conservatives are the only party that will not "prop up" another five years of Labour rule under in Wales, Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies says.
Only the Conservatives represent those in Scotland who want to remain part of the UK, the party's Scottish leader tells its conference.
Russia's intervention in the Syrian civil war has made the situation "much more dangerous", Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Russian intervention in Syria "has made a pretty difficult situation much more dangerous", Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Prime Minister David Cameron is to tell the Conservative Party conference he wants to begin a "national crusade" to help young people buy their first home.
The NHS in Wales will not keep up with demand for orthopaedic surgery unless significant and urgent changes are made, the deputy health minister warns.
Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers is expected to tell the Conservative Party conference that a failure to make political agreement threatens the survival of devolved government at Stormont.
The Cerberus investment fund releases the letter it wrote to First Minister Peter Robinson which set out how it would manage the Nama loan portfolio.
Tony Blair says the international community must be prepared to do "everything and more" to support those fighting Islamist militants in Syria.
A international conference on the health risks created by alcohol comes to Scotland because of its "progressive" attempts to tackle the problem.
David Cameron will announce plans to allow developers to offer "affordable homes" to buy not just rent in his closing speech to the Tory conference.
Business groups and charities have criticised claims by Home Secretary Theresa May that high migration makes a "cohesive society" impossible.
David Cameron says he will "look to see if there is an opportunity" to intervene personally on behalf of a protester on death row in Saudi Arabia.