Archive of 13 December 2004

Supermarkets urged to do more to help consumers

Supermarkets failing poor on healthy eating

All of Britain's supermarkets could be doing more to encourage healthy eating - but those known for low prices are doing the least.

  • Prentis determined to fight changes

    Unions meet to ward off pension reforms

    Leaders of the UK's main trade unions will be meeting later today in an attempt to decide on a united response to the Government's attempts to reform public sector pensions.

  • Concerns at impact of false accusations

    Tories press for teacher anonymity

    Teachers should be granted anonymity against abuse accusations until a formal police charge is made, according to the Shadow Education Secretary Tim Collins.

  • Brown continues push on poverty

    Brown: Moral duty to aid world's poor

    Britain will use next year's presidencies of the G8 and EU to push for greater debt relief for African countries, Gordon Brown has pledged.

  • Should MPs be cut?

    Call to 'prune' the Commons

    The Conservative Party's economic affairs spokesman has called for the number of MPs in the House of Commons to be trimmed.

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