Archive of 10 January 2007
Tony Blair last night finally broke his silence on the execution of Saddam Hussein, saying the way the former Iraqi leader was killed was "completely wrong".
Efforts to scrap new laws ensuring firms cannot refuse their services to gay people on the grounds of sexual orientation were defeated by the House of Lords last night.
Tony Blair has promised that MI5 will have no role in policing in Northern Ireland, in a bid to reassure republicans wary of new justice arrangements in the province.
Margaret Beckett has welcomed a European Commission recommendation that all EU states should cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
The British situation in Iraq is "different in many critical respects" to that of the US, Tony Blair has insisted as George Bush prepares to announce further deployment of troops.