Archive of 17 November 2006

Cash for honours probe finds 'significant material'

Honours probe finds 'significant' material

The policeman investigating the loans for peerages row has said he has uncovered "significant and valuable material".

  • New advertising regulations introduced to cut childhood obesity

    Junk food ads banned on kid's TV

    Junk food advertising should be banned on all television programmes aimed at children under the age of 16, the broadcasting watchdog has said.

  • New mental health bill is no less controversial

    Mental health bill disappoints again

    Campaign groups have said they are "profoundly disappointed" with the details of the government's new mental health bill, published today.

  • Margaret Hodge is reported to have said Iraq is Blair's big mistake

    Iraq was 'Blair's big mistake'

    Government minister Margaret Hodge has described the Iraq war as Tony Blair's "big mistake" in foreign affairs, according to a local London newspaper.

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