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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GENERAL union GMB warned yesterday that breakdown service AA is preparing to axe yet more jobs at its call centres in Newcastle upon Tyne and Cardiff.
KURDISH and human rights activists will protest at Downing Street today against brutal abuses in Iran.
GENERAL union GMB hailed a "victory for common sense" yesterday, after an internal disciplinary hearing reinstated a London parking attendant who had been suspended for visiting the toilet.
THE National Union of Teachers praised A-level students for their "outstanding" results yesterday, but also urged reforms to the examination system.
BRITISH broadcast unions demanded assurances from the BBC yesterday that it will not help union-busting Canadian media moguls.
LAWYERS representing the family of execution victim Jean Charles de Menezes demanded an urgent public inquiry into his death at the hands of armed police yesterday.
THE Communication Workers Union welcomed the introduction of "pricing in proportion" yesterday, meaning that, from next year, the cost of posting letters and packets will be dependent on their size and shape as well as weight.
THE coastguard forced passenger ferry company Wightlink to suspend its services today, after withdrawing its safety certificates.
EDUCATION experts said yesterday that students should not give up hope of a university place if their A-level grades are not all that they were hoping for.