Archive of 8 June 2008
Labour Party deputy leader Harriet Harman has been forced to leave her home as two protesters set up camp on the roof of her house to demand that divorced fathers be given better access to their children.
Home secretary Jacqui Smith has said intelligence services had not asked for an increase in the time terror suspects can be held without charge.
The controversial row over Conservative MEPs expenses looks set to continue as two more members of the European parliament were revealed to have made potentially dubious claims today.
Barack Obama became the official presidential nominee for the Democratic party last night and paid tribute to Hillary Clinton for her "valiant campaign" as she formally bowed out of the race.
The government is gathering more and more information about its citizens and must change its attitude to data retention, an influential committee of MPs has found.