Move 'challenges' gay marriage bill
An amendment that would extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples poses "significant challenges" to the introduction of gay marriage, Culture Secretary Maria Miller has warned.
Briton undaunted by space mission
A former Army test pilot is to become the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station (ISS) - and says it will be less dangerous than his old job.
Second body found at blast house
A second body has been discovered in the remains of a terraced house which was destroyed by a suspected gas blast.
Warning over hospital capacity
Hospitals are "dangerously close to full", Labour has warned after it emerged that the number of hospital beds available to patients in England has shrunk by almost 6% since the coalition Government took office.
Tory leaders rally around Feldman
Conservative co-chairman Lord Feldman will face questions about allegations he described grassroots activists as "swivel-eyed loons", at a meeting of the party's board.
Farage moves to exploit Tory unrest
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has moved to exploit unrest within the Conservative ranks, urging discontented Tories to defect to his party.
Stars enjoy flower show preview
Celebrities have flocked to the world's most famous flower show for a sneak preview ahead of the Queen's official visit later on Monday.
Qatada 'a proud and dignified man'
Radical cleric Abu Qatada is a "proud and dignified man" who has been held in custody for too long, an immigration tribunal has heard.