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.


    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.


    New push on household recycling

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


    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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