Archive of September 2004

Ofsted backs adventure sports

Outdoor education too important to abandon, says Ofsted

A new report from the school inspectorate Ofsted says that the benefits of outdoor trips are too important to forfeit because of fear of legal action.

  • Howard sites registered under another name

    Conservatives accuse Labour of cyber-squatting

    The Labour Party has been accused of "cyber-squatting" after they appear to have registered three websites in the name of Conservative leader Michael Howard.

  • Politics.co.uk

    Card vote on rail renationalisation

    The vote on rail renationalisation is proving too close to call, as conference organisers have requested a card vote, with prospect raised of a further vote if the margin is tight.

  • Politics.co.uk

    New push on household recycling

    The Government has launched a new £10 million advertising campaign to encourage more people to recycle household waste.

  • Politics.co.uk

    McCartney turns on Lib Dems

    Ahead of the Hartlepool by-election, Labour Party Chairman Ian McCartney has launched a scathing attack on the Liberal Democrats.

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