Archive of 22 October 2007
Representatives of the UK's major business groups are visiting chancellor Alistair Darling today over their opposition to changes to capital gains tax (CGT).
Toasting with European leaders in Lisbon will seem like an all too distant memory for Gordon Brown today, as he prepares to report back to parliament on the EU reform treaty.
The former home secretary has backed calls for more stop and search crime prevention tactics to be used to deal with gun crime.
Gordon Brown has been challenged to allow his party to have an open vote on the EU treaty by the Conservatives.