David Cameron has removed Michael Gove from the English education department to become "minister for TV" with a brief to promote the Government's message in broadcast interviews as he shapes up to fight for a Conservative majority in next year's general election.
THE Home Office Minister has said there will be a panel of experts to sit alongside Lady Butler-Sloss in the inquiry into allegations of child abuse, but he refused to confirm whether or not the other members would have equal powers.
MOST of the 114 missing Home Office documents potentially linked to child sex abuse allegations in Westminster appear to be about routine inquiries from politicians, according to the department's top official.
THE Scottish Government has hit out at the "lack of prior consultation" from UK ministers before fast-track legislation to ensure police and security services can access mobile and internet data was announced.
THE failure of the England football team in the World Cup has prompted a Tory MP to resurrect the controversial idea of scrapping the four home nation teams and creating a single UK one - just two months before Scots vote on independence.
DAVID Cameron is steadfastly standing by Baroness Butler-Sloss as head of the new wide-ranging inquiry into historical child abuse allegations despite calls for her to step aside because she is an Establishment figure.
AFTER a comradely agreement about how the Tour de France had been a tour de force in England, PMQs sped down hill very quickly as round two of the NHS statistical ding-dong between Ed and Dave took hold.
THE head of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has apologised to MPs for an error which led tax officials wrongly to claim they were bringing in billions of pounds in additional tax revenue for the Exchequer.
Governance in Northern Ireland is set to be impacted by the unionist and loyalist reaction to a controversial decision to limit an Orange Order parade in Belfast, a senior member of the protestant loyal order has warned.