The latest stories from the Politics section of the BBC News web site.
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How's Labour immigration policy shaping up?
A report by Ipsos Mori and Demos suggests that 18 to 30-year-olds today are in many ways to the political right of their parents and grandparents.
The NI secretary says she is willing to meet unionist and Orange Order leaders, to discuss their call for a commission of inquiry into the issue of parades.
Tory MP Laurence Robertson and the SNP's Pete Wishart on the chances of a United Kingdom football team.
What the "rushed in" law means for your privacy
Emergency data laws are vital to protecting national security, Theresa May tells MPs.
Emergency legislation will be brought in next week to force phone and internet companies to log records of customer calls, texts and internet use.
Children in care in Wales still do not have the support they need and are being denied the right to an advocate, claims the children's commissioner.
Industrial action is taking place across the UK over a series of disputes with the government - with more than a million public sector workers due to strike.
The 800th anniversary of Magna Carta is the right time for a debate on the merits of a written constitution, MPs say.
Single markets in electricity and gas covering the whole of Great Britain should continue if Scotland becomes independent, a report says.
Michael Gove criticises what he calls "an ideologically motivated minority" of NUT members for a planned walkout by teachers on Thursday.
The president-designate of the EU Commission addressed the most Eurocritical group in the European Parliament on Wednesday.
Rape victims are being named and "vilified" online because laws to protect their anonymity are too weak, a House of Lords committee hears.
People should go to work instead of joining Thursday's public sector strike, David Cameron says, as he pledges to change strike laws.
Newspaper has obtained thousands of details of Kleinwort Benson customers in the Channel Islands.
Business secretary Vince Cable has launched an informal review of the way it conducts stock market flotations of public assets.
The president-designate of the EU Commission is reported to have told a group of MEPs he will respect the result of Scotland's referendum.
Downing Street adds its backing as the retired judge appointed to chair a child abuse review rejects calls to "step down" over her family connection with a previous probe.
UK companies were the sole supplier to Syria of three important ingredients in the production of deadly nerve agent sarin, BBC Newsnight learns.