Archive of 13 June 2008

Gordon Brown and Ban Ki-moon issue joint statement condemning abuse of democracy in Zimbabwe

PM and UN chief demand end to Zimbabwe abuse

Gordon Brown and Ban Ki-moon have issued a joint statement condemning the abuse of democracy in Zimbabwe.

  • Mr Davis is making the political gamble of his career

    Davis: Sun can 'bring it on'

    David Davies has told the Sun newspaper it can "bring it on" if it wants to campaign against him in his constituency by-election.

  • The no camp has been surprisingly effective

    Ireland rejects EU treaty

    Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission has said the Lisbon treaty is not dead following the Irish no vote.

  • The videos are hoped to appeal to younger voters

    House of Lords hits YouTube

    The House of Lords is trying to challenge its crusty and out-of-date image by launching a series of videos on YouTube.

  • One in ten gas stations in Britain belong to Shell

    Fuel strike hits Britain

    Gordon Brown's assurances yesterday that talks to avert a strike by 600 tanker drivers could succeed have come to nothing this morning as the government urges motorists not to panic buy on the first of the strike's four days.

  • President Bush is on a 'farewell' tour of Europe

    Outcry grows over Bush protest ban

    The outcry over a ban imposed on anti-war protesters planning to march during president Bush's trip to London over the weekend is growing.

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