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Spy chief's parting warning on online privacy
International development secretary Justine Greening travels with soldiers from the Royal Army Medical Corps to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone.
The BBC's Damian Grammaticas speaks to Robert Iwaszkiewicz about joining the UKIP grouping in the European Parliament
Some 5.5 million voters in England and Wales have yet to be transferred onto a new version of the electoral register.
Health Minister Mark Drakeford launches a stinging attack on the Conservatives for trying to drag the reputation of the Welsh NHS "through the mud" for "partisan political purposes".
Norman Smith asks what happened to pro-European Tories
Former First Minister Lord McConnell says an agreement on more powers for Scotland must "stand the test of time".
There has been a rapid deterioration in the state of jails in England and Wales with cracks in the system of widening, the chief prison of inspector warns.
Fabian Picardo says the people of Gibraltar see their future with the UK, and being part of Spain is "not realistic".
UKIP leader Nigel Farage defends allowing a Polish politician criticised for a comment on hitting women into its grouping in the European Parliament.
The new head of the historic sex abuse inquiry, Fiona Woolf, says she has dined with former home secretary Lord Brittan but insists that would not affect her "actual or apparent impartiality".
Welsh patients receive a second-class health service, according to UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
The government's Recall bill 'will hardly ever be used' claims Conservative Zac Goldsmith debating with Lib Dem MP Tom Brake.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is fined £200 by the Electoral Commission, while the Conservative Party forfeits a £28,000 donation.
UKIP investigates claims of "underhand play" it alleges behind phone calls to voters in Rochester and Strood.
UKIP's European political grouping is working again after a member of the Polish Congress of the New Right joined up.
First Minister Peter Robinson says he is disappointed a UK-wide inquiry into child sex abuse will not include allegations about Kincora boys home.
The Daily Politics' top five political tracks from the past few years, with some more memorable than others.
Claims that thousands of patients from Wales are seeking treatment in England because they are not happy with the Welsh NHS are dismissed.
The UK will fly unmanned drones over Syria in the battle against Islamic State militants, the government says.