Archive of 25 July 2011
The British targets of Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik have been revealed in a 1,518-page manifesto he wrote before Friday's attack.
Attempts to disprove the evidence given by Rupert and James Murdoch last week are seeing the phone-hacking scandal enter a new phase this week.
David Cameron has appealed for an improvement in Britain's outlook, saying he wants the country to get "our confidence back".
Health secretary Andrew Lansley's leaked letter criticising the government's public sector pension reforms "could have been written by any of the union negotiators", according to TUC general secretary Brendan Barber.
A partisan clash between Republicans and Democrats over the US' debt ceiling is being watched warily by ministers in London.