Archive of 9 May 2008

The government has called Clegg's comments 'incendiary'

Clegg: Drop aid without Burma permission

The international community should airdrop aid to Burma regardless of whether the government there allows it, Nick Clegg, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, has said.

  • Michael Bloomberg will meet Boris Johnson today

    NY mayor to meet Boris

    The mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, is meeting his new London counterpart for the first time today.

  • Data protection leak from DWP

    Government slammed over data breach

    The government has been sending out highly sensitive data in packages with the passwords necessary to access it, it has been revealed today.

  • There has been a rise in the number of offenders going on to commit further violent crimes

    Rise in number of violent re-offenders

    The number of offenders going on to commit further violent crimes has risen slightly, new figures show.

  • Traffic jams are on the increase, figures show

    DfT accused of burying bad news

    The Department of Transport (Dft) is being accused of trying to hide poor results after it released disappointing the figures yesterday in a large batch of reports on congestion.

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