Archive of 26 May 2005

Goldsmith defends war advice

Attorney General Lord Goldsmith has again stated that he made "genuinely independent" conclusions about the legality of the war with Iraq.


    Court challenge to Asbo laws

    The High Court is today hearing a challenge to a city centre curfew imposed as part of the Government's crackdown against anti-social behaviour.

  • Unions and management meet

    BBC negotiations begin

    Talks have begun today at the industrial conciliation service Acas in the hope of preventing further strikes at the BBC.


    Employer relations key for union funds

    Unions applying for funding from the Union Modernisation Fund will have to show how their proposals will build positive relations with employers.


    Breath test lottery

    New figures from the Home Office reveal a wide variation in the number of breath tests carried out in England and Wales.


    Big names top MPs bill ballot

    This year's Private Members Bills ballot has thrown up a number of big names with a realistic chance of having their bills debated.


    Army doctors pay concerns

    Army doctors' pay needs to be brought in line with civilian staff if the "crisis" in recruitment and retention is to be addressed, according to the British Medical Association.

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