Susan Hulme presents the day's top news stories from Westminster, including press freedom.
MPs approve five bills and the Peers debate three more. Mark D'Arcy reports.
The keenly awaited report of the Leveson Inquiry into newspaper standards is released.
A clash at Prime Minister's Questions over the government's welfare-to-work programme.
MPs grill Lord Patten over the size of the payoff given to the former Director General.
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Mark D'Arcy reports on passionate debates from the UK Youth Parliament.
Rachel Byrne with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Peers inflict a series of defeats on the government's plans for secret courts.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Sean Curran reports on the day's sitting of the House of Lords.
The energy secretary tells MPs anyone involved in gas price rigging will be prosecuted.
Sean Curran reports on criticism of the payout to the outgoing BBC Director-General.
Mark D'Arcy reports as the Lords debate plans to protect children from online porn.
With David Cameron away, Nick Clegg deputises at Question Time in the Commons.
Keith MacDougall with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Ministers promise to 'scythe through reams of planning red tape' to rejuvenate the economy
Northern Ireland secretary's briefing to MPs on the shooting of prison officer David Black
Sean Curran reports on Prime Minister's Questions and the day's events at Westminster.
A health minister says that abuse at care homes is a 'national scandal' that 'has to end'.
Mark D'Arcy reports on the day's events at Westminster.
Sean Curran with reports from Westminster, including Afghanistan, the economy and badgers.
David Cameron defends his government record in the face of Labour accusations.