Archive of 1 March 2007
The government has won a vote on privatising parts of the probation service.
A pilot scheme that allows bereaved people to appear in court for the first time allows victims' families an opportunity to speak in murder cases, the constitutional affairs minister Harriet Harman said today.
The UK's first regional 'super' casino should open in Manchester, culture secretary Tessa Jowell said today.
The Conservatives will not fight the next election on a pledge to lower taxes, the shadow chancellor George Osborne said today.
Community groups tackling gangs and gun crime will be able to apply for a share of £500,000 government funding from today.