Archive of 22 June 2008
Gordon Brown begins his much-hyped attempt to have a dialogue between oil producers and consumers today.
A new poll puts the Conservatives 23 points ahead of Labour in the popularity ratings with 49 per cent of respondents favouring the Tories.
Gordon Brown has today called on oil producing countries to conclude a new deal on energy to help stop rising oil prices and guarantee international economic stability.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling has today called for future pay increases to be in line with the government's inflation target of two per cent.
Second home allowances for MPs could be replaced by an annual housing grant worth up to £24,000, the Sunday Times claims.