David Cameron described the Brynglas Tunnels as a "foot on the windpipe of the Welsh economy" an inquiry into the proposed relief road is told.Read more
Concerns have been raised over the use of public money by the National Citizen Service
The Daily Politics asks a forensic lip reader to decipher footage of the former PM David Cameron.
Design Council Cabe, enlisted to help Suffolk County Council and its team through the process of planning the Lake Lothing crossing, says it wants to make Lowestoft people proud.
Clare Devine, executive director of architecture, built environment and design, said: "Through our extensive experience on major infrastructure projects across the country, we can help to ensure that the design of the bridge and the surrounding landscape provides safer and more pleasant connections, encourages walking and cycling, and creates a new bridge which people in Lowestoft can be proud of."
Former Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the government would provide £70m to the project , which is estimated will cost about £100m, during a visit to Suffolk in March 2016.
Was David Cameron caught on camera criticising his successor's Budget?
BBC Newsnight has learnt that the government's flagship response to the 2011 riots, the Troubled Families programme, had "no discernible" impact on unemployment, truancy or criminality, according to an analysis. The report - seen exclusively by BBC Newsnight - is embarrassing for ministers, who had trumpeted previous data suggesting 98.9% of families in the scheme had been "turned around". Our policy editor Chris Cook reports.
Lord Jones on the political row over David Cameron's resignation honours list.