Archive of September 2005

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Blears rejects Asbo 'illiberal' claim

Home office minister Hazel Blears has rejected claims that the government's respect agenda is illiberal and authoritarian.

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    Blair: We must be 'change-makers'

    Tony Blair today challenged his party to be "change-makers" in a rapidly changing world to secure a fourth election victory.

  • The union and the catering company have reached a compromise over 200 'troublemakers'

    T&G reaches deal with Gate Gourmet

    The Transport and General Workers Union (T&G) and airline caterer Gate Gourmet have announced that they have reached a settlement after a row that has continued for nearly two months.

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    Jowell paints glowing Olympic picture

    Britain must seize the opportunity of the 2012 Olympics to become the kind of country it wants to be, Olympics minister Tessa Jowell said today.

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    Majority 'want Iraqi pullout timetable'

    The majority of voters want to see a timetable for pulling troops out of Iraq despite the current worsening security situation in the country, according to a new poll.

  • Alan Johnson said the government still regarded unions as a 'vital'

    Johnson: No return to the 1970s

    Alan Johnson today took a hard line against union attempts to reintroduce the right of secondary picketing by vowing not to return to the industrial action of the 1970s.

  • Tony Blair and Irish taoiseach said they "warmly welcomed' the move

    Blair welcomes IRA decommissioning

    The prime minister and the Irish premier have welcomed a report suggesting the IRA has completed total arms decommissioning.

  • Brown: set out vision of a share-owning, home-owning democracy

    Brown pledges 'New Labour renewed'

    Gordon Brown set out his vision for "New Labour renewed", as he pledged to continue the reform agenda pursued by Tony Blair.

  • Top leadership candidates have publicly criticised each other's policies

    Tory leadership rivals clash

    The Conservative leadership contest has shifted up a gear, with top leadership candidates publicly criticising each other's policies.

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