Archive of 9 July 2008

Mr Davis is on the right side of the argument, our poll suggests poll shows support for Davis

David Davis was right to trigger a by-election on civil liberties, a <i></i> poll suggests today.

  • The one on the right could do with some PMQs tips

    PMQs analysis: Showing Gordon how it's done

    Harriet Harman treated a rowdy House of Commons exactly as they deserved - like a bunch of naughty schoolchildren.

  • Ms Harman vs Mr Hague

    PMQs as-it-happens

    Welcome to's As-It-Happens page. Here you can keep up to date with major parliamentary debates, press conferences or news events in real time. Just hit refresh on your browser to see the latest development.

  • Glasgow is turning into the cnetre-tage of British politics

    Accusations fly in Glasgow East

    Accusations of political slurs and misinformation are flying in the Glasgow East by-election just one day after the Labour candidate began her campaign.

  • Mr Cameron is trying to address the problem, he says

    Tory MEPs forced to publish expenses

    Tory MEPs in the European parliament will have to publish their expenses and state whether they have any family members on the payroll, under new guidelines announced by David Cameron.

  • London Assembly to investigate Boris Johnson's City Hall appointments after two high-profile resignations in a fortnight

    Assembly to investigate Boris' appointments

    The London Assembly has voted unanimously to investigate Boris Johnson's record of appointments to City Hall since he became mayor.

  • Lord Falconer made his opposition plain

    Lords savage 42-days

    The House of Lords has launched an almost universal attack on the government's 42-day detention plans in its first day of reading in the second chamber.

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