Archive of 15 August 2010
The chance of an inquiry into the death of David Kelly became markedly more likely today, after Michael Howard joined those calling for it to take place.
Nick Clegg has offered a defence of the coalition government's first 100 days in power, as he starts an important week in government.
Ed Miliband has said he's "increasingly confident" of winning the Labour leadership even as polls show his brother has twice as much support.
Four cancer specialists closely involved in the treatment of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmet al-Megrahi have said they were not consulted before his release.
Scotland looks set to scrap the double jeopardy law which prevents someone being tried twice for the same offence.