Archive of 24 July 2011
Vince Cable's claim comes after a newspaper report suggested the party was being 'bullied' over News International's bid to take over BSkyB.
Ministers will "check" that Britain has sufficient measures in place against non-Islamist terror threats in the wake of the Norway attacks, William Hague has said.
Britain's response to the eurozone crisis could cost the UK thousands of jobs, Ed Balls has warned.
David Cameron has spoken out about the influence of his father and living in the shadow of his elder brother, in an article for Big Issue magazine.