Downing Street Soothes Recession Fears Downing Street has insisted that the U.K economy is “slowly healing” despite ongoing […]
by Simone Hinrichsen David Cameron made an official announcement today defining tougher controls on unemployment and housing benefits […]
As the donations-for-influence scandal rumbles, Prime Minister David Cameron has been forced to reverse his position from earlier […]
David Cameron is expected to pledge to double funding for dementia research by 2015 to £66 million. It […]
By: Anna Redman
Spanish wind turbine manufacturer, Gamesa, has announced their plan to create around 800 jobs at a new Edinburgh plant, which will be located in Leith.
The investment in this project will be about £125m.
Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken in Troon at the Conservative Party Conference where he discussed the independence referendum and […]
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David Cameron has said that he aims to help more people in the UK become home-owners. The government […]
Chris McManus, 28, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, and Franco Lamolinara have both died following an attempt by UK Special […]
By Sandra Juncu
Did you know that a leaking tap can fill a bath tub in less than a week, and waste as much as 1 litre of water per hour? Did you know that research has shown as much as £1 out of every £3 spent in the UK on lighting and heating homes is wasted?
These are just some of the questions being asked this week as part of a campaign to raise awareness on environmental problems and on individual alternatives for a greener future.
By Edoardo Zandona’
The U.N. Security Council approved a resolution last night endorsing military forces to intervene against Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. The decision was made in an emergency meeting, after Gaddafi warned rebels in Benghazi that loyalist forces will conduct an attack to the city with “no mercy and no pity”.
Speech analysis by David Walsh Podcast by Katy Docherty and Emily Glass ‘The Big Society’ could be compared […]
by Simon Black April 29th 2011: Not only is it Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding or the 66th […]
by Paul Foy Portugal and Spain have called on the Irish Government to accept financial help from the […]
Expenses MPs to be tried Three ex-Labour MPs involved in the expenses scandal, including Jim Devine of Livingston, […]
by Paul Foy The government has announced that it is to launch a programme to train 1000 new […]
By David Walsh David Cameron has defended planned welfare cuts by calling for the country to ‘pull together‘ […]
By Jennifer Flett When your 18th birthday arrives there is a world of possibilities opened up which none […]
By Benjamin Zand Gordon Brown and Bob Ainsworth, the Defence Secretary, have been forced to back track on […]
David Cameron’s controversial alliance in the European Parliament has been hit with new criticism today by an anti-fascist […]
By Matthew Robertson Gordon Brown, has proposed several solutions to reducing the rising budget deficit by raising £16bn […]
By Gemma Haigh and Narelle McGowan In Conservative Leader, David Cameron’s key note speech on Thursday he spoke […]
By Charlotte Morgenthal and Carla Simpson UK Baby P doctor suspended. The doctor who failed to notice Baby […]
By Michael Heggie A Conservative proposal to cut payroll taxes for businesses that take on unemployed people was […]