Archive of 2005

Whitehall's goings-on revealed

Freedom of Information casts light on Whitehall farce

A debate over the softness of toilet roll and Jim Callaghan's reluctance to move into Number 10 are amongst the more bizarre documents thrown-up under the new Freedom of Information Act.

  • House prices increasingly beyond the reach of first-time buyers

    Possible help for young home owners

    The Government is considering plans to offer subsidised loans to single people and young couples looking to enter the housing market.

  • Howard attacks "so-called human rights"

    Howard pitches for law and order vote

    Launching the first stage of the Conservative Party's election manifesto, Michael Howard has attacked what he referred to as the "proliferation of so-called 'human rights'".

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