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Friday 07 January 2005
Thursday 16 December 2004
Sunday 28 November 2004
Tony Blair has become locked in a dispute with the newest member of his Cabinet over welfare payments to the sick and disabled.
Friday 10 September 2004
Tuesday 29 June 2004
Providers of low-cost pensions and savings should not levy the maximum annual charge of 1.5 per cent unless they can prove they are offering advice about the products, the Government said yesterday.
Ruth Kelly MP: 'I don't have the choice of taking red boxes home. I have four children, and they want their mum'
Monday 29 March 2004
Wednesday 17 March 2004
Lord Penrose yesterday threw the door open to Parliament to decide whether Equitable Life policyholders should be due compensation, as MPs rounded on Ruth Kelly for her "callous" treatment of his findings and "washing her hands" of policyholders' troubles.
Tuesday 16 March 2004
Ruth Kelly, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, yesterday tried to head-off calls for compensation for Equitable Life policyholders by holding private briefings meetings with MPs before a public hearing of the Treasury Select Committee.
Tuesday 06 July 1999
Sunday 31 May 1998
Saturday 28 March 1998
Sunday 22 March 1998
Sunday 15 March 1998
Wednesday 23 July 1997
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- 3 Gay couple beaten in park urge MPs to moderate language on gay marriage
- 4 X marks the spot: The find that could rewrite Australian history
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