Archive of 14 February 2009
Campaigners pushing for a limit on the Vatican's political influence will hit the streets of London today, in a march coordinated with protests in Rome.
A group of MPs and human rights activists have written to president Barack Obama calling on him to publish details of secret documents allegedly containing details of UK complicity in torture.
Taxpayer money will go to drug dealers unless the Tories back plans to force drug addict benefit recipients to enter treatment, a Labour MP has said.
Prime minister Gordon Brown has called for a review into the pensions received by MPs
Alistair Darling has refused to rule out the possibility the government could nationalise Lloyds Banking Group - the company formed from the merger of Lloyds and HBOS.