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PM insists auctioning Hutton report into David Kelly's death was not meant to cause offence

'No offence meant' on Hutton report auction

Tony Blair today insisted "no offence" had been intended in auctioning a copy of the Hutton inquiry signed by his wife to raise money for the Labour party.


    Kennedy slams 'centralised' Labour

    Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy today launched an attack on the government for making Britain one of the most centralised countries in the democratic world.


    Cameron disarms Blair with support

    David Cameron today set the tone for his new style of politics when he began prime minister's questions by giving the government his full support on school reforms.


    Unions 'stuck in the past'

    The militancy that governs the words and actions of trade union leaders threatens to make the organisations "irrelevant", a former TUC economics chief warns today.


    Brown to continue Blair's reforms

    Gordon Brown has today said he would carry on Tony Blair's policy of reform if he became the next prime minister.

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