Role of BBC political editor highlighted by expected exit of Laura Kuenssberg
Officially, the person who replaces Laura Kuenssberg as political editor will be picked by a team of BBC senior managers and the director general, Tim Davie, on the basis of which journalist is best placed to explain the workings of Westminster to tens of millions of Britons on a daily basis.
Add zip to your meal with this lively, light $15 red blend from Cotes du Rhone
More and more wines are being made and labeled with no added sulfites. This is controversial, as sulfur is a natural preservative that prevents wine from spoiling in the bottle.
Boris Johnson 'selling out' workers, says Labour - follow updates live
Boris Johnson rejects calls for tougher Covid plans amid rising cases
Parliament's Victorian walls and ceilings are crumbling
Parliament's walls and ceilings are crumbling so badly experts spent thousands of hours surveying cracks and defects around the decrepit Victorian stonework.
Call for ban on charities fighting animal experiments to be ditched
Actor Peter Egan, vice-president of the RSPCA, is lobbying the government to scrap a ban on charities campaigning against animal experiments.
Prosecutors say man charged with killing U.K. lawmaker considered himself affiliated with ISIS
British prosecutors told a court in Westminster that a man charged with the killing of a member of Parliament had been planning similar attacks for years and that he had considered himself affiliated with the Islamic State.
Mark Drakeford says devolving crown estate would help Wales with net zero aim
The Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford, has said that devolving the crown estate to Wales could boost the country's aspirations to become a world leader in renewable energy.
Man filmed chasing Michael Gove is ex-Tory councillor who says 'all men carry knives'
A man who confronted Michael Gove on Tuesday has been filmed apparently boasting about his right to carry arms, saying the "government should fear their people".
Net zero strategy: Tory MPs' anger over Treasury assessment on high costs
Anger is growing across the Conservative party over a Treasury document on the costs of the net zero strategy which MPs claim has been "neutered" - though sources insisted estimates had not been reliable enough to include.
Westminster ignored and hid Marble Arch Mound warnings, says report
S enior executives at Westminster council ignored and covered up major warnings the cost of building Marble Arch Mound would spiral out of control, a report into the project's failing has found.