The latest stories from the Politics section of the BBC News web site.
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David Cameron has told the Liaison Committee that a Sydney style attack could happen at any moment in Britain.
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce is charged with assault and criminal damage over an incident at a shop in North London earlier this year.
MPs hear evidence from Prime Minister David Cameron.
The son of former deputy prime minister John Prescott will fight for a seat in Parliament after two previous failed attempts to be selected.
Politicians and Asian organisations in Britain denounce the attack by the Pakistani Taliban on a school in Peshawar in which 141 people died.
Former UKIP parliamentary candidate Kerry Smith says he may have been a victim of "black arts" within the party.
MPs heard evidence on decision-making in defence policy.
Labour MP Sarah Champion wins support for her bill to require large firms to publish information on any gender pay gap between employees.
People are "fed up" with onshore wind farms being built, and "enough is enough", Prime Minister David Cameron tells MPs.
The Labour Party is in "dead trouble" over its stance on English devolution, says Lord Heseltine.
David Cameron is expected to face questions from senior MPs about climate change and the threat posed by extremists.
Welsh MPs warn of the dangers of plans to restrict their say in English matters at Westminster outlined by the UK government.
A Conservative member of the House of Lords is making history when he becomes the first peer to retire publicly.
The Houses of Parliament may have been considered suitable for demolition, if it was not for their history.
Ofcom, the UK's telecoms regulator, has named senior Treasury official Sharon White as its new chief executive.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy has announced his new front bench team, with jobs for fellow leadership contenders Neil Findlay and Sarah Boyack.
Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine predicts the UK will join the euro one day.
Lord Prescott has referred top the Labour leader as 'Red Ed' during an interview on Radio 4's Today programme.
Arrangements for a Stormont opposition could be put in place as early as March 2015, according to the government paper given to the parties last week.
A Welsh cancer patient who waited three months for a drug moved to England and got it within 72 hours of registering with a GP, MPs are told.