Archive of 25 February 2010
The "motivation of the suspect" has been made the main focus for prosecutors when they assess assisted dying cases, but the director of public prosecutions has denied relaxing rules on euthanasia.
Gordon Brown repeatedly shouted at Tony Blair that he had ruined his life in their final confrontation before the handover of power, according to new details of Andrew Rawnsley's book.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced £1.3 billion of bonuses despite revealing losses of £3.6 billion.
Alex Salmond has revealed the questions that could be asked in a referendum on independence today.
An attempt to send global poverty up the agenda for the forthcoming general election campaign has got underway in St Paul's Cathedral.