Archive of 27 February 2007
New immigrants must do more to integrate into British society, the chancellor Gordon Brown argued today.
The Conservatives could win a 100 seat majority, the latest opinion poll has suggested.
Broad based policies aimed at encouraging marriage will do nothing to help the most disadvantaged families, the prime minister said today.
Two former cabinet members have called for a full debate on the future of the Labour party, in what is being seen as a further challenge to Gordon Brown's smooth transition to party leader and prime minister.
The government is investing in new hospitals, not closing them, the health secretary Patricia Hewitt insisted today.