Archive of 4 December 2007

ABI calls for coordinated flood management

Industry calls for 25-year flood plan

The insurance industry has called on the government to develop a 25-year flood strategy to guard against the rising risk of flooding.

  • Andrew Pelling confirms he will not seek re-election

    MP to stand down at next election

    An MP in one of the Conservatives' most marginal seats has announced he will not seek reselection at the next election.

  • Alexander 'told to stay on to protect Harman'

    Alexander hanging on as 'human shield'

    Wendy Alexander met with Labour MSPs today to defend her position amid growing claims she is under pressure to remain in office to protect the Labour leadership in Westminster.

  • Gordon Brown's govt inherits 'sleaze' tag from Tories

    Brown's reputation tainted by 'sleaze'

    The Labour government is now seen as tainted with sleaze, as the latest poll suggests David Cameron is regarded as a more capable politician than Gordon Brown.

  • Paul Gray still on civil service pay roll

    Former HMRC head still in government

    The former head of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), who quit over the loss of 25 million people's personal data, is still working for the civil service, it has emerged.

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