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Nick Clegg has suffered a major blow as he prepares to put his leadership on the line today, with a poll revealing the deep unease about the direction of the Liberal Democrats among current and former supporters. More current Liberal Democrat supporters – those who would still vote for the party now – believe the party has changed for the worse since the 2010 election (36 per cent) than think it has got better (20 per cent), according to a YouGov survey.
Britain wants to change the rules governing the free movement of people across the EU, Home Secretary Theresa May will tell European ministers.
The paper disc that people have had to display in their cars to show they have paid vehicle excise duty is to be replaced by an electronic system.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith tells the BBC that the Universal Credit programme may not be complete by 2017 as planned.
But Osborne's message will also be: The austerity goes on
The government plans to bring forward the date when the state pension age is raised from 65 to 68, Chancellor George Osborne will announce later.
More people are in work than in 2007, but incomes have fallen in real terms over that time as costs have generally risen faster than wages.
Justice Minister David Ford has said he is going to consult on changing Northern Ireland's abortion laws to allow women carrying babies with fatal foetal abnormalities to have a termination.
New guidelines aim to ensure deaf and blind people in Wales get equal access to NHS services, after it was revealed health boards were breaching equality laws.
One of Edinburgh's new trams completes the first run along the city's most famous shopping street in a night time test.
Battered by two months of bad publicity over the Obamacare website, the White House is going on the offensive to tout what it sees as the benefits of the President's signature healthcare plan, a White House official told CNN.
Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, one of Obamacare's architects and staunchest supporters, is also the only top congressional leader to exempt some of his staff from having to buy insurance through the law's new exchanges.
Some people see a silver lining and go looking for a cloud. They just can't feel good about the world they live in, even when they're presented with a feel-good story. Instead of rejoicing in a positive development, they're critical and cynical and mean.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday gets the chance to address younger Americans, a key demographic for the success of the health care exchanges set up under his signature reforms.
Wolf Blitzer interviews actor Mark Consuelos, whose new show is based on the true story of Congressmen living together.
A Labour MP has called for more people struggling with depression to seek treatment, after admitting to suffering from the disease himself.
Barrow and Furness Labour MP John Woodcock is being treated for depression, he reveals.
A crossbench peer has been accused by a charity of misappropriating more than £600,000 of its funds, to fund his own lifestyle, BBC Newsnight learns.
Paint peeling off the walls. Sheets for curtains. Broken blinds. A mangled wicker chair made settable with a board. An ancient stove with a giant hole. And there's also the pile of underwear in the living room.
BEIJING (AP) -- U.S. Vice President Joe Biden opened a two-day visit to China Wednesday by urging young Chinese students to challenge their government, teachers and religious leaders....