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Britain's safety depends on "degrading and ultimately destroying ISIL", Prime Minister David Cameron says, in the wake of Friday's attacks in Paris.
Scottish Labour says there should be an independent audit of what it claims are "hidden waiting lists" in Scottish hospitals.
Nicola Sturgeon on Desert Island Discs.
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, says that people in the UK should be "alert, but not alarmed" in the wake of the attacks on Paris.
Welsh Muslims are living in "immense fear" of backlashes following the Paris terrorist attacks, it is claimed.
Home Secretary Theresa May will chair a Cobra meeting later to discuss the government's response to the attacks in Paris.
Paris signals Islamic State militants' change of tactics
Colum Eastwood is the new leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP).
UK PM David Cameron warns "we must be prepared for a number of British casualties" after the "brutal" Paris attacks.
The first minister has warned people to be prepared for the possibility some of the casualties from the "horrific" Paris attacks might be Welsh.
Prime Minister David Cameron warns that "we must be prepared for a number of British casualties" from the Paris atrocity, as he condemns what he calls the "brutal and callous murderers".
Jeremy Corbyn is set to launch a defence of his leadership of Labour in a speech at a party conference later.
The first charter flight of Syrian refugees will arrive in Glasgow on Tuesday, with more to follow in the coming weeks.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron offers "thoughts and prayers" to the French people in the wake of Friday's deadly attacks in Paris.
David Cameron privately lobbied to stop the closure of police stations in his constituency as the force tried to find £60m of savings, the BBC learns.
A former assembly presiding officer calls a proposed new devolution system the "worst" attempt to re-write Wales' constitution during his time in politics.
The UK signs a deal with Ghana for the transfer of prisoners between the two countries.
A Labour MP urges Jeremy Corbyn to change course on the economy, welfare and immigration in a wide-ranging attack on his party's leader.
The UK Youth Parliament will be sitting in the House of Commons for its sixth annual debate on concerns of young people.
Plans to close tax offices across Wales and centralise services in a new centre in Cardiff are criticised by First Minister Carwyn Jones.