Archive of 29 May 2005
David Davis has called on Conservative Party colleagues to unite behind Michael Howard until the leadership contest rules are formally announced.
Dinner ladies will be required to undertake fresh training as part of a £280 million Government initiative to improve school dinners.
Opposition parties have voiced concern at reports that a large nuclear spillage went undetected at the Thorp nuclear reprocessing plant at Sellafield for almost six months.
Liberal Democrat MP Patsy Calton has died of cancer, aged 56.