Archive of 16 May 2006
MPs have today agreed to a police request not to interview key witnesses in their investigations into the loans for peerages row.
Part-time British troops serving in Iraq are more likely to suffer mental and physical illnesses than their full-time colleagues, a new report finds.
The government is keen to get an agreement on a partly elected and partly appointed House of Lords, Jack Straw says.
Patients faced with "undue delay" on the NHS can go abroad for treatment and have the taxpayer pick up the bill, the European Court ruled today.
More than 40 per cent of police officers have felt their life was in serious danger after being threatened by a member of the public, a new survey reveals.