Archive of 2 January 2008
The British government has called on Kenyan leaders to calm inter-tribal fighting following six days of violence which have left up to 300 people dead.
Overcrowded prisons are to blame for last year's sharp increase in self-inflicted deaths among prisoners in England and Wales, it has been claimed.
A thinktank has dismissed the government's target for cutting NHS waiting times from referral to treatment as an "impossibility".
David Cameron has laid out the Conservatives' desire to become the "party of the NHS" in a speech in Manchester.