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The Scottish government announces plans to reduce the country's drink-drive limit in time for Christmas, making the limit lower than in England.
Wales now has a "window of opportunity" to rebalance wealth and power in the UK, Plaid Cymru's leader is expected to tell her party's conference later.
The UK has been told it must pay an extra £1.7bn (2.1bn euros) towards the European Union's budget because of the country's relative economic health.
Russell Brand speaks to Newsnight about his "alternative to corporate hegemony".
Prime Minister David Cameron pledges an extra £80m of aid for the fight against the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Alex Salmond says he has not made up his mind whether or not to stand for a Westminster seat at the next general election.
The Conservative Party chooses Kelly Tolhurst as its candidate for the Rochester and Strood by-election.
Increasing NHS spending in England by the £8bn health bosses warn will be needed by 2020 will be tough but possible, the health secretary says.
The government will set up an independent panel to look at evidence on a hormonal pregnancy test which some fear caused birth defects.
British agencies are examining the attack on the Canadian parliament for possible implications on the UK, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.
MPs reject a plan to repeal the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act that would have brought back the PM's right to choose an election date.
Former GCHQ chief gives evidence on privacy and security.
Simon Stevens on the changes needed in the way health services are provided to help close most of the funding gap.
William Hague defends Michael Gove against claims he is not working hard enough - before being told he was at a dog show.
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and David Cameron help political website Guido Fawkes celebrate 10 years onlline.
Ed Miliband promises to bring in an immigration bill creating "clear, credible and concrete changes" within months if Labour wins next year's general election.
A new tax on foreign heavy goods lorries coming to the UK could rake in twice as much as the government expected, new figures suggest.
The Daily Politics meets some of the contestants, and their political owners, in the Westminster dog of the year contest.
Unite chief on his life, Miliband and why he likes Downton Abbey
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