Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
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SCOTTISH Socialist Party convener Colin Fox called for Scots to mark the 700th anniversary of the execution of William Wallace yesterday by "crying freedom" from poverty, inequality and injustice.
THE National Union of Teachers hailed the good work of primary school teachers yesterday, but it warned ministers again over their obsession with "crude" educational targets.
REFUGEE campaigners warned yesterday that government boasts of a sharp drop in asylum applications are "nothing to be proud of."
THE Scottish National Party and the William Wallace Society marked the 700th anniversary of the Scottish independence leader's death with events in Edinburgh and London yesterday.
NEARLY 2,000 council workers in Sefton, Merseyside, warned yesterday that they will will walk out on strike over the victimisation of union officials during a successful fight against privatisation of council homes.
PEACE campaigner Chris Coverdale pleaded not guilty at Bow Street magistrates' court in London yesterday following his arrest during a protest in Parliament Square.
CALLOUS airline caterer Gate Gourmet extended its self-proclaimed deadline for going into administration yesterday, after last-minute negotiations with British Airways.
DOWNING Street lifted its news blackout yesterday on Prime Minister Tony Blair's holiday destination and revealed that he is staying in Barbados.
THE National Union of Teachers attacked exam board Edexcel yesterday, after revelations that it had used secretarial staff to mark important GCSE papers.
GENERAL union GMB urged the Inland Revenue to tighten up tax rules yesterday to prevent executives claiming flashy "company" cars as a status symbol.