Monday, January 03, 2005

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Last day of Christmas

This is the last day of my Christmas and today we recal some events from November 2004.

Blunkett denies visa 'fast-track' The home secretary has denied helping to fast-track a visa application for his ex-lover's former nanny.

Blunkett quits as home secretary David Blunkett has quit as home secretary after an e-mail emerged showing a visa application for his ex-lover's nanny had been fast-tracked.

Blairs defend private flat rental They were at the centre of the so-called "Cheriegate" affair in 2002.

North East votes 'no' to assembly People in the North East have voted "no" in a referendum on whether to set up an elected regional assembly. The total number of people voting against the plans was 696,519 (78%), while 197,310 (22%) voted in favour.

Europe is 'shutting out UK firms' EU countries discriminate against UK firms in favour of home-based companies when awarding contracts, according to a report commissioned by the Treasury.

Don't mention the fraud EU's new transport commissioner, Jacques Barrot, had been given an eight-month suspended prison sentence in 2000 for his involvement in a French political funding scandal.

EU reveals increase in aid fraud The EU has revealed an increase in cases of serious abuse of its international aid project, losing it 1.5bn euros over the past year.

Hunt ban forced through Commons Commons Speaker Michael Martin has invoked the Parliament Act meaning a ban on fox hunting will be in place by February 2005


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