by Paddy McGuffin Home Affairs Reporter "Now give us justice" was the demand today from campaigners fighting for a Hillsborough-style inquiry into an infamous 1971 massacre of 11 civilians by the British army.
by Richard Bagley Shropshire looked set to be the latest victim of the government's £20 billion NHS England cuts drive today after county health boss Peter Herring unveiled an ominous "review" of services.
by Paddy McGuffin HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) was accused today of pursuing the minnows but ignoring the sharks as it published a new list of its "10 most wanted" tax avoiders who it said had cost the Treasury over £27 million.
Wigan Council environment director Terry Dunn was forced to apologise to workers today after he emailed staff about job cuts then waxed lyrical about his forthcoming nuptials, concert visit and holiday abroad.
by Paddy McGuffin The backlash against the government's controversial immigration ad vans campaign forced an official response today as the advertising watchdog confirmed it would investigate whether guidelines had been breached.
by Peter Lazenby A surge in buy-to-let mortgage lending to levels not seen since the 2008 crash will heap more pressure on housing benefit costs as wannabe landlords try to make good on their gambles, the GMB union has warned.
by Peter Lazenby David Cameron's announcement of a £500 million cash sticking plaster for crisis-hit A&E units was dismissed by unions today in the face of his government's £20 billion health service privatisation giveaway.