Archive of 22 February 2005

Politics.co.uk

New bill to give public right to press correction

A new Private Member's Bill has been launched in the House of Commons that would give the public the right to correct factual inaccuracies in the press.

  • Howard: We will give pensioners respect

    Howard promises older people respect

    Conservative leader Michael Howard today pledged to "respect and protect" UK pensioners, who he claimed had been "airbrushed" out of New Labour's vision of Britain.

  • Clarke: There is still a serious threat to the UK

    Clarke presses ahead with control orders

    The Home Secretary Charles Clarke has told the House of Commons that he intends to press ahead with controversial plans to introduce control orders for terrorist suspects.

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