As the second city to win the UK City of Culture award, Hull is already seeing investments to improve the city's economy by 2017
David Cameron is planning to indicate to Barack Obama and other Nato leaders at a summit in Wales next week that Britain is keeping open the option of joining the US in launching air strikes against forces of the Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq.
David Cameron will plead with Scottish voters on Thursday not to abandon one of the "oldest and most successful single markets in the world", after the home secretary, Theresa May, highlighted nerves in the pro-union campaign, warning that it needed to redouble its efforts.
David Cameron returns to work at Downing Street from his Cornish holiday on Wednesday with a double whammy of a political headache after his two great foes – one within and one outside the Conservative party – embarked on the first steps of a possible journey to Westminster.
More than 120 business leaders have urged Scotland to vote no in next month's referendum, saying the economic case for independence has not been sufficiently made.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that he hopes to stand as the Conservative candidate in the safe Tory seat of Uxbridge and South Ruislip at next year's general election.
The east Kent constituency of South Thanet has been catapulted to the forefront of British politics after local Ukip members selected the party leader, Nigel Farage, to be their general election candidate, setting up an intriguing battle with a Tory candidate who once headed Ukip himself.
With three weeks to go until the referendum, Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond take part in their second debate.
Harriet Harman, Labour's deputy leader, accused the Conservatives of relying on "shady money" on Tuesday as she published figures showing how reliant the Tories are on funding from unincorporated associations.
Ukip has launched its Scottish manifesto by pledging to allow smoking in pubs, raise the drink-driving limit, and provide 30 minutes of free parking in all town centres.
Conservative cabinet ministers campaigning for Britain to leave the EU are putting Northern Ireland’s political progress at risk, Labour’s Alan Johnson will warn.