Chancellor George Osborne raises the pension age to 69 in the autumn statement, but says we're all in it together. Are young people being targeted unfairly in the name of economic recovery?
Twenty billion pounds worth of the UK's assets are to be privatised by 2020, the government announces, starting with the sale of its 40 per cent stake in Eurostar.
Tory MP Tim Yeo is fighting for his political career after his local party refused to re-adopt him as its candidate for the next general election.
As one policeman is charged in connection with "plebgate", former minister Andrew Mitchell says he cannot believe the officer who made the "pleb" allegations against him will not be prosecuted.
As the government says it has turned around the lives of 22,000 "troubled families", Channel 4 News asks if the right families are really being helped.
With an inquiry to be held into Paul Flowers' appointment as Co-op Bank chairman, the Conservatives are also drawing attention to his links to the Labour party.
Average household debt has doubled in a decade despite low interest rates, says the Centre for Social Justice, with total UK debt rising to a peak of £1.4tn.
David Cameron orders an inquiry into the "intimidation" tactics of the trade unions in the wake of the Grangemouth oil refinery closure but is warned against the risk of "union-bashing".
Police not to investigate allegations against Shapps, but Met lawyers say software selling may constitute offence of fraud.