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Broadband Britain - and where it's not working - to be debated by MPs
The Welsh government admits for the first time it cannot prove the biggest sale of publicly-owned land in recent years in Wales achieved best value for money.
The cross-party campaign for the UK to stay in the European Union is formally launching with the message that leaving is "not worth the risk".
The Foreign Office confirms Russia summoned Britain's defence attache to explain reports that RAF pilots had been authorised to shoot down Russian aircraft in the Middle East.
Some of the UK's most senior former judges, along with leading lawyers, criticise the government's response to the migrant crisis.
Labour MP Helen Goodman apologises after making comments about Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's Chinese wife.
The UK and Scottish governments hold talks on the welfare powers to be included in the new Scotland Bill.
Monday sees the formal launch of the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union.
The Welsh Conservatives will scrap the grant which pays the majority of tuition fees for students, if they win next year's assembly election.
The SDLP has told Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers not to table a bill in Westminster that sets out legislation with dealing with the legacy of the Troubles.
Nigel Farage has told the Sunday Politics on BBC One that the two campaign groups supporting a British exit from the EU are "complimentary" rather than "contradictory".
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he is backing both groups campaigning for the UK to vote to leave the EU.
Former Conservative Chancellor Ken Clarke advises George Osborne to "get your tin hat on" and press ahead with cuts to tax credits.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she will not jump to conclusions in the case of MP Michelle Thomson.
The founder of one of Northern Ireland's most successful firms says politicians in Northern Ireland need to provide a sustainable future in order for companies to flourish.
The tone of Theresa May's party conference speech on immigration was "all, all wrong" according to Conservative heavyweight MP Ken Clarke.
Wales could "pay a high price" for cuts to lifelong learning, the older people's commissioner says.
Labour accuses the government of planning legislation that could cause "everyday racism" and "widespread discrimination" in the housing market.
Tax on tobacco should be raised to persuade smokers to quit, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health says.
More than 100 days' worth of GP out-of-hours sessions were not staffed in the past three months, according to figures gathered by Scottish Labour.