Archive of 28 September 2012
Gordon Brown "lacked the fundamental qualities" to be a good prime minister, former foreign secretary Jack Straw has said.
Government officials should avoid the temptation to define an 'acceptable level of fraud', MPs have said, as a probe into allegations of malpractice at a major government contractor continues.
Two senior executives at G4S, the company that botched security at the Olympics, have left the company - but chief executive Nick Buckles remains.
A Labour government would introduce a spending review to assess how every penny of public money is spent, according to the shadow chancellor.
Bankers who manipulate the interbank lending rate Libor should face criminal sanctions, an independent review has concluded, as part of efforts to reform "what has become a broken system".