The media watchdog submits its report on News Corporation’s controversial takeover bid to Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt but it remains confidential.
Shadow chancellor Alan Johnson claims Tuesday’s 2.5% VAT increase could cost 250.000 jobs – but the Tories accuse him of „hypocrisy”.
Attorney General Dominic Grieve is considering issuing a notice to remind the media that coverage of the arrest in the Jo Yeates murder inquiry must be fair.
Scottish Government arranges delivery of a further 120,000 litres of bottled water to Northern Ireland.
Looming rises in petrol duty and VAT are set to push petrol prices even higher than their current record levels.
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London Mayor Boris Johnson says the 50p top tax rate could harm the UK’s economy in an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
Scottish MP Anne Begg has spoken of her surprise at being made a dame in the New Year Honours List for her services to disabled people.
Britain would back UN-sanctioned military action to force out incumbent Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo, the foreign secretary says.
The BBC’s Tim Muffett talks to author and former Conservative MP Edwina Currie about how the sexual revolution of the 1960s changed women’s lives.
Wynika z niego, że gdyby wybory parlamentarne odbywały się w ten weekend, to na Platformę Obywatelską głosowałoby 33 i pół procent Polaków, a na Prawo i Sprawiedliwość 24,4 procent. Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej uzyskałby 16,6 procent głosów.
The board of Northern Ireland Water will meet later to reflect on how the company has handled the ongoing water supply crisis.
Foreign Secretary William Hague says he is pursuing a resolution to the situation in Ivory Coast „through all possible diplomatic means”
The government should avoid „clamming up” after the release of thousands of secret documents by Wikileaks, according to the information commissioner.
Wiceszef Platformy Obywatelskiej Rafał Grupiński ocenia rok 2010 jako trudny dla Polski z wielu powodów. Jednym z nich był brak pewności, że nasz kraj przejdzie pozytywnie przez światowy kryzys. Pozostawało pytanie czy zapaść finansowa wróci drugą falą, czy też będzie można spokojnie planować dalszy rozwój Polski.
The prime minister is warning that 2011 will be a „difficult year” because of the action being taken to tackle the deficit.
The details of an investigation into Northern Ireland Water’s response to the current water crisis are to be revealed later.
The government’s spending cuts are difficult but necessary to help the UK back onto its feet, the prime minister says in his new year message.
A legal loophole that allows breweries to sell off pubs and prevent them being reopened by a rival could be removed by the government.
Drivers applying for new licences from July will have to respond to a question about organ donation, as the government bids to increase donor numbers.
The Northern Ireland Executive announces a full investigation of NI Water’s response to the crisis that has left thousands without running water.
The spiralling cost of caring for dementia patients in the UK is to be the subject of a major inquiry by MPs and peers.
Alex Salmond uses his traditional New Year message to highlight the choice voters will have in May 2011.
Alex Salmond has used his traditional New Year message, to highlight the choice voters would have in May 2011.
Former Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern announces that he will not be standing in the Republic’s forthcoming election.
Veteran Conservative MP Peter Bottomley is awarded a knighthood in the New Years Honours list.