Archive of 4 June 2010

Police are investigating 30 crime scenes

PM visits Cumbria after gunman shootings

David Cameron has visited Cumbria, two days after shooting spree killer Derrick Bird murdered 12 people before turning the gun on himself.

  • Three candidates running for public administration select committee chair

    'Heart torn out' of influential Commons committee

    The new public administration select committee (Pasc) will be a "pale imitation" of its former self whichever candidate wins the election to be its next chair, Paul Flynn has said.

  • England's fans at World Cup could undermine 2018 bid

    Minister pleads for World Cup good behaviour

    Crime prevention minister James Brokenshire has begged England fans to behave well during the forthcoming World Cup - while taking drastic steps to stop the worst football hooligans getting to South Africa.

  • Carriage expansion plans derailed?

    Train carriage expansion in doubt

    Plans to increase capacity in Britain's railway network have been thrown into doubt as spending cuts trigger a review of train carriage purchases.

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