Archive of 23 August 2013
Labour's proposals for a publicly funded statute of Margaret Thatcher in her hometown of Grantham are "rank hypocrisy of the highest order", the town's museum director has said.
More employers will be named and shamed if they fail to pay the minimum wage, the government insisted today.
Conservative and Ukip politicians have put aside the national standoff between their parties to unite against a controversial wind farm in north Devon.
Former chancellor Alistair Darling has come out against HS2, warning ministers their plans to give Britain's transport infrastructure a major boost could become a "nightmare".