Archive of 26 February 2005
The Attorney General has denied reports that a parliamentary answer he issued on the legal case for the war with Iraq was drafted by Downing Street.
John Prescott's plans to demolish thousands of Victorian terrace houses across the north of England have been criticised by architect Lord Rodgers.
The Government has given a fresh signal that it is prepared to offer concessions over its controversial new anti-terror plans.
The Conservative Party has pledged to unify the "complicated" administration overseeing sport with an "accountable" and "transparent" single "British sports foundation".
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.