Archive of February 2005

Politics.co.uk

Government focuses on 'serial truants'

Education Secretary Ruth Kelly is to launch a new offensive against the hardcore of truants that account for the majority of those missing school.

  • Politics.co.uk

    Commons set to vote on anti-terror laws

    The Government is facing a major political test as it attempts to get its controversial anti-terrorism powers through the House of Commons.

  • Hospital hygiene linked to MRSA rate

    Cleaners call for more staff

    Hospital cleaners believe that more staff are needed to enable them to improve hygiene standards in their wards, according to a poll by Unison.

  • Tories pledge to reform sports administration

    Sports quangos earmarked for abolition

    The Conservative Party has pledged to unify the "complicated" administration overseeing sport with an "accountable" and "transparent" single "British sports foundation".

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    Conference to 'name and shame' BNP members

    Kevin Curran, general secretary of the union the GMB, is leading calls for greater public awareness of the criminal elements within the British National Party.

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