Archive of 18 March 2013
After another US state repeals the death penalty, the UK hopes it will eventually lead to a nationwide ban on the practice.
Ministers have turned down Michael Heseltine's call for the government to become more active in its handling of foreign takeover bids.
Cash benefits have helped reduce the impact of the downturn on Britain's middle income families, figures show.
David Cameron cut a reluctant figure today as he confirmed plans to set up a new press regulator, amid claims the three party leaders had effectively killed freedom of the press.
A new report has revealed HMRC has cost its customers £136 million by not answering its phones.