Archive of July 2009

Computer hacker Gary McKinnon has lost his case against extradition at the high court today.

McKinnon loses extradition fight at the high court

Computer hacker Gary McKinnon has lost his case against extradition at the high court today.

  • Gordon Brown may agree to face down David Cameron in a televised debate prior to the next general election.

    Brown may concede to televised election debate

    Speculation is growing that Gordon Brown will agree to face down David Cameron in a US presidential-style television debate prior to the next general election.

  • Politics.co.uk

    School discipline called into question

    A "serious problem with discipline" continues to exist in Britain's schools, the Tories have claimed, after figures showed 90,000 pupils were suspended for attacking teachers and classmates last year.

  • The Dartford MP is one of 33 MPs to announce their intention to stand down at the next election since the expenses stories began.

    MP resigns over second job

    Dartford MP Howard Stoate has announced he will resign at the next election because new rules banning MPs' second jobs mean he will no longer be able to practise as a GP.

  • David Cameron swore! Outrage has not followed

    Cameron in trouble for "twat" gaffe

    David Cameron has seized the silly season news agenda by using the word "twat" on live radio.

  • The police at the G20 protests failed to recognise the rights of protesters, according to a report by an influential committee of MPs.

    G20 policing strategy questioned

    The police at the G20 protests failed to recognise the rights of protesters, according to a report by an influential committee of MPs.

  • Dodgy dealings need better regulation, MPs say

    Strengthen bribery bill, MPs say

    Fully tackling corruption will need a much stronger bribery bill than the one currently proposed by government, MPs and peers have warned.

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