Archive of 15 June 2010

A scene from Bloody Sunday, on January 30th, 1972.

Bloody Sunday: The British government apologises

David Cameron has apologied on behalf of the British government for the events of Bloody Sunday, after the long awaited report into the killings was finally published.

  • BBC pay rise comes amid value-for-money calls

    Pay tensions spark BBC disquiet

    Industrial action and pressure from politicians are making life difficult for BBC managers, who have agreed a flat £475 pay rise for employees earning less than £37,000.

  • Sir Jock Stirrup has preferred British Airways to other airlines

    Military chief's first-class rule break

    The outgoing head of Britain's armed forces continued to take first-class flights after new rules were introduced urging Ministry of Defence (MoD) staff to travel as cheaply as possible, it has emerged.

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