"..the most serious failings concerned the way in which allegations of torture were managed." It's the most critical observation by the borders and immigration chief inspector. For David Bolt's repo
A London conference aims to raise over £6 billion to help Syria's neighbours provide for thousands of refugees. But in Geneva separate peace talks hoping to end the Syrian conflict collapse.
Here's the piece of paper that tells you how high in Margaret Thatcher's estimation Cecil Parkinson had risen by 1983.
A Ramsgate resident today wrote to Kent police about the Conservatives spending £14,000 at the Royal Harbour Hotel.
The Prime Minister says he wants to stamp out an "industry trying to profit" from baseless claims against serving military personnel and veterans.
Did the Tories spent twice as much in defeating Nigel Farage in Thanet South last year as they were legally allowed under the rules?
Stewart Wood, senior adviser to Ed Miliband when he was Leader of the Labour Party, believes the polls must have been wrong for all the years of Ed Miliband's leadership
Next week's 48-hour strike by junior doctors in England is suspended as Acas talks continue between the British Medical Association and the government.
A new website giving parents and teachers advice on protecting children from extremism is being launched by the government as it seeks to combat "the spell of twisted ideologies".