Archive of 12 July 2007
Police across England and Wales will have access to head camera technology, used to boost conviction rates in violent crime especially domestic violence.
The Liberal Democrats called today for a four pence tax cut as part of a bid to make the tax system fairer.
The secondary school curriculum is to be radically relaxed in order to give teachers more freedom in the classroom.
Justice secretary Jack Straw has called for a national conversation about the use of prison, after warning it will not be possible to build a way out of the prison crisis.
The Territorial Army (TA) is being used in "unprecedented" numbers and has become an "integral" part of UK defence, despite the fact it need far better training and support, the Commons public accounts committee (PAC) has concluded.