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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
Academy of Medical Sciences

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William Hague has called for `judge-led` inquiry
Britain waits for torture inquiry announcement

By Alex Stevenson David Cameron could confirm an inquiry into British complicity in the torture of terror suspects later. The prime minister is understood to have agreed the terms to an inquiry led by a judge, it has been widely reported. Foreign secretary William Hague had already called for a “judge-led” inquiry to investigate the… Read more »

Brian Haw has been protesting in Parliament Square since 2001
Court bans Parliament Square protesters

By Ian Dunt The high court has banned protestors from remaining in the tent village on parliament square. Protestors started arriving in serious numbers in May, campaigning over a range of different issues, including the environment, the war in Iraq and capitalism. They joined Brian Haw, who has been holding a vigil in the Square… Read more »