EU leaders sign new constitution
Heads of state and government took it in turn to sign the text in the same room where the Treaty of Rome was signed to establish the EU in 1957.
Eurocrats leave Wales off EU map A bureaucratic blunder has left Wales off a map of Europe on the cover of a prestigious EU reference book.
Straw withdraws 45 minutes claim
The claim was at the heart of an unprecedented row between the BBC and the government which led to the death of David Kelly and the Hutton inquiry.
Axed intelligence expert defiantIntelligence has been used as a "PR tool" under Tony Blair's government, a former government expert has claimed. John Morrison also said he did not regret speaking out on a BBC programme, even though it cost him his job.
Loss of funds 'could cut police' A budget shortfall could force a cut in the number of police officers on the beat in England and Wales, senior police have warned
Army forced to sell Land Rovers bought for Iraq The Army is having to sell Supacat all-terrain vehicles and converted Land Rovers it had to buy urgently to fight the Iraq war because Gordon Brown will not pay for them.