Archive of 22 September 2005

Kennedy: We will not move on from Iraq

Charles Kennedy today renewed his call for a clear exit strategy for British troops in Iraq, rejecting any suggestions he should "move on" from the issue.

  • Lib Dems reject ethnic quotas on election shortlists

    Party faithful reject ethnic quotas

    Plans to introduce ethnic minority quotas on candidate shortlists were last night rejected by the Liberal Democrats.


    Sir Ian 'considered resigning'

    The head of the Metropolitan police considered resigning after the shooting of an innocent Brazilian by his officers, who mistakenly thought he was a suicide bomber.

  • Northern Ireland secretary says paramilitaries will not be able to terrorise their own communities

    Hain: Loyalists must stop violence

    Violence and rioting by loyalist paramilitaries must end, Northern Ireland secretary Peter Hain has warned.


    Rifkind: I can handle Brown

    Malcolm Rifkind believes he has the experience to provide the Tories with a "credible alternative" to Gordon Brown if the chancellor does become prime minister.

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