News archive from 14 January 2011, page 45

Third undercover police spy unmasked as scale of network emerges

Third undercover police spy unmasked as scale of network emerges

The unprecedented scale of undercover operations used by police to monitor Britain's political protest movements was laid bare tonight after a third police spy was identified by the Guardian. News of the existence of the 44-year-old male officer, who...

 

London's air, the WEZ and the Law

On the Harrods bit of Brompton Road is an air quality monitoring station with a dirty story to tell. The Kings College website that collects data from all such stations in the capital shows that so far this year it has recorded illegal average levels...

Guardian, 21:16 in Politics
 
Miliband tells Labour: no complacency after Oldham byelection win

Miliband tells Labour: no complacency after Oldham byelection win

Ed Miliband sends out a tough message in the wake of Labour's victory in the Oldham East and Saddleworth byelection, telling his party it will only become the leaders of "the progressive majority at the heart of Britain" if it understands...

Guardian, 21:16 in Politics
 
Ed Miliband: The Labour party still has to change

Ed Miliband: The Labour party still has to change

The first real electoral test for this Conservative-led government has revealed people's deep sense of unease about the direction in which our country is being led, and their anger at promises so solemnly made and yet so casually broken. I believe...

Guardian, 21:16 in Politics
 
DALGLISH IN DARK OVER TRANSFERS

DALGLISH IN DARK OVER TRANSFERS

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish insists he has not discussed potential transfer targets for the current window and does not even know whether the subject is up for discussion with principal owner John Henry, who is in town for this weekend's...

Daily Star, 21:31 in Sport
 
Jude Law to play sailor in new West End show

Jude Law to play sailor in new West End show

The actor, who previously played Hamlet at the Donmar in 2009, will take on the role of Mat Burke, a sailor who falls in love with a former prostitute played by award-winning actress Ruth Wilson. Anna Christie is being shown as part of theatre...

Metro, 21:44 in Showbiz
 
ROBERTSON BACKS ALLEN FOR TITLE

ROBERTSON BACKS ALLEN FOR TITLE

Neil Robertson declared Mark Allen favourite for the Ladbroke Mobile Masters after the Northern Ireland potter ousted the world champion to reach the semi-finals. Robertson came away from the 6-4 defeat feeling there was little he could have done...

Daily Star, 21:47 in Sport
 


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