Archive of 24 May 2008
Gordon Brown has denied the significance of the location of his meeting with the Dalai Lama on Friday.
The international development secretary Douglas Alexander has travelled to Burma for discussions on how to best help victims of Cyclone Nargis.
Jamie Oliver has attacked the government's lack of commitment towards transforming school dinners after his lenghty campaign.
New measures to tackle knife crime could increase hostility among young people, according to the Children's Commissioner of England.
Former foreign secretary Margaret Beckett says a change of tack is essential if Gordon Brown is to win the next general election.