Archive of 18 February 2010

British Israeli relations may be damaged over the affair

UK/Israeli relations under threat as Dubai row escalates

The dispute over the assassination of a senior Hamas official threatens to derail relations between Britain and Israel today, as the government steps up pressure.

  • A photo taken during the Flakland conflict, in 1982, in which 649 Argentine and 255 British soldiers died

    Falklands tensions rise

    Tensions between the UK and Argentinean governments are on the rise after the South American country announced new controls on ships passing through its waters to the Falkland Islands.

  • Elderly care needs innovation, Audit Commission says

    Councils 'face elderly challenge'

    Local authorities are likely to struggle with the rising costs of looking after elderly people if they do not innovate to achieve savings, the Audit Commission has warned.

  • Dialysis at home could improve the lives of 7,000 people

    Burnham raises home care stakes

    The NHS should not be afraid of transforming services from hospital to the home, health secretary Andy Burnham will say later.

  • Jan Moir's article caused outrage on the internet

    PCC rejects Jan Moir complaint

    The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has rejected a complaint into the now-infamous article written by Daily Mail journalists Jan Moir into the death of Stephen Gately.

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