Archive of 16 November 2011
William Hague has struggled to draw a line under the UK government's links with torture, as campaigners criticised plans to increase the use of secret proceedings in court.
One million young people out of work have pushed the overall number of unemployed up to its highest level for 17 years.
Britain will not be able "get away" from efforts to stabilise the eurozone, the parliamentary leader of Germany's ruling party has announced.
Theresa May's chances of surviving the border checks row were significantly improved today after the former head of UK Border Force admitted he should have checked her awareness of health and safety policy.
Ministry of Defence cost-cutting efforts have actually resulted in a £500 million increase in the 15 largest defence projects, according to a new report.