Archive of 13 February 2005
Speculation that Tony Blair might resign if Britain votes 'no' in the referendum on the EU Constitution has been given another lease of life.
In a warning against complacency, Patricia Hewitt has told Labour Party activists that the party needs to win "hearts and minds all over again".
Tony Blair today warned disgruntled Labour supporters not to allow Michael Howard into Downing Street "through the back door."
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has warned local authorities that he will cap council tax increases if necessary.
The Home Office has denied speculation that Charles Clarke is about to drop plans to place terror suspects under house arrest.