Archive of 10 September 2005
The wife of a suspected terrorist facing possible extradition to Algeria has called on the government to bring him to trial or free him.
Tory leadership hopeful David Cameron claimed yesterday that Labour has let down Britain's poorest people by delivering shoddy public services since 1997.
Kenneth Clarke has overtaken David Davis as the preferred choice of Conservative party members to replace Michael Howard as their leader.
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has taken a swipe at the US government for its record on tackling climate change in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans.
The Conservatives need more women MPs in order to attract voters' support, the party's most senior female parliamentarian will warn.