Archive of January 2010

Blair speaks to the Iraq inquiry during a gruelling all day session

Blair: I regret nothing

Tony Blair feels no regret for the war in Iraq, he confirmed at the close of a gruelling all-day session at the Chilcott inquiry.

  • The main conference room in Lancaster House, central London

    Brown vows Taliban defeat

    Gordon Brown pledged to defeat the Taliban on the battlefield and in people's hearts and minds in his opening remarks to the London Afghanistan conference.

  • Vince Cable believes the Labour government is to blame for the banking crisis

    Cable sets out 'hauntingly familiar' PR vision

    Vince Cable will set out his vision for a proportional representative electoral system today, at an event organisers describe as "hauntingly" reminiscent of the 1970s.

  • Some local residents dislike the number of students in certain areas.

    Action on 'student ghettoes'

    The spread of areas dominated by student housing will be halted by the government as it imposes new rules on landlords, it was announced yesterday.

  • Denham: 'Simply not good enough to offer the most bog-standard, lowest-cost service'

    'Bog standard' councils face criticism

    Councils offering "bog-standard" services because of cost cutting will not be accepted, the communities secretary has warned.

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