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Passport applicants who paid £30 extra to avoid missing travel because of processing delays should get refunds, MPs say.
An influential group of major technology firms is calling on the UK to appoint "digital ministers" in every government department.
Extra powers for Wales, how it is funded and whether it would be weaker if Scotland left the union are the subject of a debate on the impact of the independence referendum.
The leaders of the three main parties at Westminster sign a pledge to devolve more powers to Scotland, if Scots reject independence.
Pro-union supporters and celebrity campaigners take part in a rally in London aimed at persuading Scotland's voters to reject independence.
Council nurseries are the highest-rated part of England's school system yet minsters are accused of neglecting them
A breakaway Scotland would worry some EU members
Zac Goldsmith says the Recall Bill proposed by the deputy prime minister is a "dangerous thing".
Will any post-referendum settlement for Scotland be fair to people in the rest of the United Kingdom?
First and deputy first ministers pay tribute to former first minister and DUP leader Ian Paisley at Stormont
Sinn Féin MLA and Policing Board member Caitríona Ruane withdraws from the panel to select a new Police Service of Northern Ireland deputy chief constable.
The campaign to keep Scotland in the Union received more cash in total than the pro-independence side, according to the final set of official figures.
The House of Commons could double up as an English Parliament as part of a future devolution settlement, a Tory MP urges.
A man admits beating MP George Galloway in a west London street but denied his attack was religiously aggravated.
Adam Fleming visits a tapestry recalling Scottish history to look back at key moments in the independence campaign.
A former Welsh secretary says the current devolution settlement is unfair and should change.
Employers in Wales are likely to cut the number of apprentices they take on by almost half after ministers cut the budget by £7m, a trade body warns
The funeral of Ian Paisley, the former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister of Northern Ireland, takes place later.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond is to attend a summit to discuss plans to tackle Islamic State (IS) militants, following the killing of hostage David Haines.
First Minister Alex Salmond and Prime Minister David Cameron are hitting the Scottish campaign trail ahead of Thursday's independence vote.