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Prime Minister David Cameron tells the Conservative Party conference in Wales that Offa's Dyke is becoming "the line between life and death".
The Conservative Party issues a code of conduct to all its MPs telling them not to "bully, abuse or harass" staff.
David Cameron speaks of the "peace" and "guidance" he finds in his Christian faith, as he releases an Easter message.
The eurozone crisis is expected to help the electoral fortunes of anti-EU parties in May's European elections.
MP Bob Stewart says Nigel Evans has "been through the mill" in a court case where a jury cleared him of all charges.
Have voters already made up their minds about the general election, or is their vote still up for grabs?
The cricket ball makers' strike that threatened the 1914 season
Labour leader Ed Miliband says on a visit to Israel that he is a supporter of "the homeland for the Jewish people".
The European Parliament has political groupings each made up of at least 25 MEPs from across at least seven nations.
A Devon-based Army commando regiment will no longer be axed but will reduce in size, the Ministry of Defence announces.
Lord Tebbit concedes that he made a mistake when he said he hoped Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness would be shot for attending a Royal banquet.
Conservative Peter Bone is under investigation for expenses relating to his second home, MPs' expenses watchdog says.
Scotch whisky exports remained flat last year, as sales were hit by slowing demand in China and other emerging markets.
Former Culture Secretary Maria Miller "did do something wrong" and the public were right to judge her, the man who has replaced her has said.
Why the Queen and Margaret Thatcher are back on stage
The ups and downs of Scotland's independence party
Scotland's deputy first minister will appeal to Labour supporters to "reclaim" the party by voting for independence in September's referendum.
An influential report says NHS funding cuts may be behind longer waiting times but says Wales is not lagging behind the rest of the UK.
"Overblown rhetoric" on efforts to bring down immigration has contributed to a drop in students doing technology, engineering and maths courses at UK universities, peers say.
The United Nations is likely to warn governments that a "dash for gas" will not solve climate change, the BBC's Roger Harrabin reports.