YouGov poll suggests 45% of Brits intend to vote for the UK to leave the EU despite proposed reforms
Ukip leader caught in standstill traffic on the A1 as he made his way to Bradford for BBC programme.
First Ministers say it would be 'virtually impossible' to fight two campaigns at once.
Enda Kenny said the new Dail, or lower house of parliament, will sit again on March 10.
Prime Minister will seek to persuade Conservative MPs to back his EU reform proposals on Wednesday.
Institute for Fiscal Studies say Universal Credit will leave millions of working families worse off.
Finance minister will keep 10p income tax rate despite calls for hike from Labour and Lib Dems.
Politicians have been reacting to the draft proposals for reform of Britain's EU membership.
Analysis: Tax hike might wrong-foot Nats but will it cost Labour votes, asks Stephen Daisley.
European Council president outlines his response to Mr Cameron's proposals for EU reforms.
'Red card' system allowing states to block unwanted rules from Brussels expected to be in proposals.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has warned that Scotland stands to lose billions of pounds.
Politician being probed by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.
More than 120 senior economists have written to David Cameron about the government's refugee policy.
Charity folded in August 2015, days after being handed £3m grant in a last-ditch bid to remain open.
Report warns of 17% cost and demand gap, while local authorities and government argue over funds.
Think-tank calls for basic income guarantee, whether people are in or out of work.
SNP's Douglas Chapman has called for local authorities to be notified of nuclear convoys in advance.
With only 400 refugees relocated so far, the SNP has called on Westminster to fulfil a 'moral duty'.
Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie has attacked the SNP for its record on civil liberties.