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UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said that the UK should have "an immigration system based on quality control".
A Sunday Politics artist joined Tory, Lib Dem and Labour politicians to have fun refreshing their party images.
Pursuing British soldiers involved in what became known as Bloody Sunday is a "waste" of police time, ex-Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain has said.
UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has said that he is "concerned" over the escalation of tensions in Ukraine.
Labour MP Jack Dromey has accused the the Daily Mail newspaper of "dirty gutter journalism" over its reporting of what it says are historical links between him and a campaign group, the Paedophile Information Exchange.
Party mood as Labour members pass historic union link shake-up
Elderly and disabled passengers could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding, councils in England warn.
Ed Miliband's plans to change the party's historic links with the trade unions are to be put to Labour party members at a special conference in London.
There are 200 days to go until Scotland's independence referendum and the Yes and No campaigns are locked in a fierce battle to win crucial votes.
Councils in England are warning that the elderly and disabled could lose vital bus services because of cuts in government funding.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has described his campaign manager, Neil Hamilton, as a "backroom boy" at the party's spring conference.
Chris Mason on a maturing UKIP, but its instincts stay the same
Scottish independence could be a "positive development" for British Airways, according to the boss of the company which owns the airline.
The leader of Cardiff council announces she is standing down due to her husband's ill health.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett tells activists that the scientific debate about climate change "is over".
Some towns and cities are "unrecognisable" due to the impact of mass immigration, UKIP leader Nigel Farage says.
Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has claimed that the Greens "will win" the debate over fracking in the UK.
Voters are set to get more of a say in who gets the top jobs in the EU in the 2015 elections.
A group of MPs say BT should get no more government money for rural broadband until it is clear how it is spending the £1.2bn already awarded to it.
Runners and riders in the race to be UK's next EU Commissioner