Archive of November 2004

Ingram accepts public need to see action

Ingram: New Deepcut review, but no public inquiry

The Armed Forces Minister, Adam Ingram, has announced that there will be a new review of allegations of bullying and abuse at Deepcut barracks in Surrey.


    New attempt to tackle dangerous driving

    Drunk, uninsured, and irresponsible drivers will face harsher penalties if the Government gets its way, under the new Road Safety Bill.

  • Steel 'astounded' by honour

    New honour for Lord Steel

    Lord Sir David Steel, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats, has received the highest Scottish honour - the Order of the Thistle.

  • Blair meets Mandela

    Mandela and Blair discuss Africa poverty

    Nelson Mandela met Tony Blair on Friday to discuss the UK's 2005 presidency of the G8 and what should be done to aid the plight of Africans.


    Bush spurs on Irish deal

    US President George Bush has personally intervened in the Northern Ireland peace process to spur on the new power-sharing deal.

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