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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.
Immigration campaigner Sir Andrew Green is among several public figures to be nominated for a peerage by David Cameron.
Government borrowing rises in September to £11.8bn, which will limit the government's options in the run-up to next year's election economists say.
Giles Dilnot puts on a thinking cap to look at political think tanks and their role in the Westminster Bubble.
Former cabinet minister Ken Clarke says some of his Eurosceptic Conservative colleagues should be in UKIP.
How enthusiastic are the people of the East Midlands about the possibility of getting more political power from Westminster?
Former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, credited with transforming Australian society in the 1970s, has died at the age of 98.
The government is launching an advertising campaign urging benefit claimants to report changes in circumstances or face jail.
MPs are to debate whether voters should be able to deselect them using a "power of recall" if they commit wrongdoings.
UKIP Commonwealth spokesman Winston McKenzie has said the song UKIP Calypso, which is performed with a mock Caribbean accent by DJ Mike Read, is "fantastic".
How does a town that voted Yes in Scottish referendum feel now?
The Northern Ireland Assembly has voted by 91 votes to 10 in favour of making it a crime to pay for sex.
The House of Lords agrees unanimously to make "revenge porn" a criminal offence in England and Wales.