Archive of 19 May 2005

DUP refuses power sharing

There are no circumstances under which the DUP would share power with Sinn Fein, the Reverend Ian Paisley said this afternoon.


    NHS dentistry provision under fire

    Less than half of UK dentists were able to offer unregistered patients an emergency appointment on the NHS, new research has shown.


    French 'no' would be problem for EU

    The UK's new Minister for Europe today said there would be a problem for the European Union if a member state did not ratify the European Constitutional treaty.


    Consumer credit shake-up

    Consumers will be able to take disputes over credit agreements to an independent ombudsman rather than engage in expensive and lengthy court battles, under new Government plans.

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