Archive of 18 February 2005

Barber: No to 'work till you drop'

Unions protest against pension reforms

Thousands of union members will take part in a series of protests today against controversial plans to reform public sector pension reforms.

  • Livingstone to issue statement on Tuesday

    Livingstone: Olympic bid 'stronger' despite row

    London Mayor Ken Livingstone today insisted the London 2012 Olympics bid had been strengthened over the past week despite the row over his allegedly anti-Semitic remarks to a newspaper reporter.

  • Clarke: No movement on control orders

    Clarke gives no ground over control orders

    Home Secretary Charles Clarke today re-emphasised his determination to introduce control orders for terror suspects before the current regime of indefinite detention runs out next month.

  • Mid Bedfordshire constituency party backs Sayeed

    Sayeed survives de-selection

    Conservative MP Jonathan Sayeed survived a de-selection bid from his constituency party last night, following allegations he profited from guided tours around Parliament.

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