2013

Horsemeat scandal: FSB urges Britain to ‘keep trade local’

By Gerald Heneghan The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has urged Britain to keep ...

Horsemeat scandal: Food retailers hit back at conspiracy claims

By Lauren Grice Food retailers have hit back at claims they were involved in ...

MPs call for national standard on anti-social behaviour

By Laura Moulden MPs have called for a national standard on anti-social behaviour to ...

Child killer Subhan Anwar murdered in prison

By Lauren Grice Child murderer Subhan Anwar has been killed in Long Lartin Prison.

Dangerous dog laws ‘woefully inadequate’

By Laura Moulden Dangerous dog law proposals have been branded “woefully inadequate” by the ...

Scottish avalanche traps climbers

By Lauren Grice An avalanche in Scotland has trapped a number of climbers in ...

Ed Miliband pledges return to 10p income tax rate

By Laura Moulden Ed Miliband has pledged to bring back the 10 pence starting ...

Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’

By Gerald Heneghan The government’s response to the ongoing horsemeat scandal has been branded ...

Bank of England: Recovery in sight

By Lauren Grice The Bank of England has claimed an economic recovery for the ...

Horsemeat scandal: FSA begins meat plant raids

By Laura Moulden The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has raided two premises involved in ...

Hit and run toddler footage released in appeal

By Gerald Heneghan Footage of a woman and a toddler making a “miracle escape” ...

Office Water Coolers Welcomes Yate MP Steve Webb

A successful Yate-based company has celebrated its 10th birthday by inviting in MP Steve ...

Dale Cregan admits murdering police officers

By Lauren Grice Dale Cregan, the 29-year-old on trial for the murder of two ...

Unpaid work scheme ruled unlawful

By Laura Moulden The government’s unpaid work schemes have been ruled unlawful following an ...

Barclays to cut 3,700 jobs in strategic review

By Gerald Heneghan Barclays has announced it is to cut 3,700 jobs in an ...

BBC journalists announce strike over cuts

BBC journalists are set to strike on February 18th over the issue of compulsory ...

Scottish independence: UK government sets out legal implications

By Laura Moulden The British government has released a factual analysis of the legal ...

Horsemeat scandal: Legal action begins in Europe

By Gerald Heneghan Court cases related to the ongoing horsemeat contamination scandal are set ...

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