A government guided by common sense would respond to news that publicly owned Royal Mail has increased profits to £403 million by scrapping plans to flog off the service.
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CHRISTMAS celebrations were held yesterday for bowel-cancer patients who will not survive to see the festive season because they are denied access to new targeted drug treatments.
AUTOMOTIVE union T&G called for urgent talks with new MG Rover owners Nanjing yesterday.
INTERNATIONAL Development Secretary Hilary Benn said yesterday that the government is to give an extra Â£1 million aid to Niger, where millions of people are facing famine.
SOUTH-EAST England's Green Party Euro MP Caroline Lucas was appointed yesterday to the board of directors of the US based International Forum on Globalisation (IFG).
The RSPCA warned yesterday that ammonia skin burns are found on 82 per cent of chickens that are sold on supermarket shelves.
THE Environment Agency warned yesterday that showers which drenched the country over the weekend will do nothing to cut the chances of hosepipe bans.
HOUSING charity Shelter warned yesterday that children born this century start life with greater inequalities in housing than at any time since the Victorian era.
FIREFIGHTERS in Suffolk are to stage two strikes next week, after voting heavily in favour of industrial action in a row over jobs yesterday.
FORMER Tory MP Rupert Allason was once again threatened with jail yesterday over his failure to reveal his financial assets.