The coalition government sees its majority reduced to 26 in an opposition debate on the so-called "bedroom tax", as Liberal Democrat MPs voice their disquiet over the controversial policy.
With gas and electricity bills soaring, cabinet minister Ed Davey tells the energy companies they should stop "squeezing" their customers in pursuit of higher profits.
Across Westminster today I found quite a few coalition voices sighing that the government was yet again getting stuck into a week in which it appears to be dancing to Ed Miliband's tune.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey sets out reforms to the energy market which could see consumers able to switch suppliers within 24 hours - and firms face criminal sanctions.
David Cameron says that fuel poverty only went up under Labour, but having looked at the figures, FactCheck isn't as convinced. Same goes for his claims on winter fuel payments.
The benefits of the proposed £50bn HS2 high-speed rail line will not be as great as previously thought because of increased costs, according to a report.
Penalising benefit claimants who are not deemed to be doing enough to find work is leaving people without any money to live on, according to research from the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Britain's economy grows by 0.8 per cent in the third quarter of 2013, with all the main sectors showing a rise in activity.
The deputy prime minister says the national curriculum should be taught in every school and all teachers should be qualified. One free school founder tells Channel 4 News why he disagrees.