Archive of 13 November 2006
The government is expected to publish plans to allow the televising and broadcasting of court cases by the end of the year.
John Prescott yesterday said he was "satisfied" with the police inquiry into loans for peerages, amid reports that Downing Street has filed an unofficial complaint.
Tony Blair's rhetoric on the 'war on terror' leaves him open to the charge that he is "exploiting a politics of fear", a new report has warned.
The European Commission's reputation for fraud and corruption is unfair, a committee of peers has concluded.
The Home Office has "reluctantly" agreed to compensate six prisoners who claim they were forced off their drug addictions by going 'cold turkey'.