Archive of 28 November 2012
Labour needs to promise "tougher controls" on immigration if it is to win key marginal seats at the next general election, Ed Balls has told politics.co.uk.
Jurors could face tighter restrictions on their behaviour under proposed changes to contempt of court laws published today.
The editor of the Spectator has pledged not to sign up to any new statutory watchdog of the press, ahead of the Leveson report tomorrow.
The government has taken further action on problem drinking, by once again announcing the same consultation it had originally planned to hold during the summer.
Britain has said it would back a Palestinian bid for statehood at the UN tomorrow if president Mahmoud Abbas agrees to three conditions.