Archive of January 2014
The education secretary said the popular series had sought to denigrate British patriotism and had been used by "left wing academics" to portray the first world war as a "shambles" led by an out of touch elite.
The case for storing the antiviral drug Tamiflu, for use in a flu pandemic is based on "judgement rather than evidence", a cross party committee of MPs found.
Government regulated rail fares went up by an average of 3.1 per cent today, making UK commuters some of the most hard-pressed in Europe.
The prime minister used his New Year's message to warn that the UK's economic recovery remained "fragile" and risked devastation if an alternative economic plan was adopted.
Fears that Britain will see a mass influx of immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria, when restrictions are lifted today are likely to prove unfounded, it was claimed today as airlines reported no sharp increase in those flying to the UK.