December 12 2013 Latest news:
The Government makes “no apology” for the new immigration rules which prevented former boxing champion and convicted rapist Mike Tyson from entering the UK, Immigration Minister Mark Harper said.
Barclays is to end its sponsorship of the capital’s Boris bikes, introduced by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson in 2010.
Sports minister Helen Grant does not believe the law needs changing to make match-fixing a specific criminal offence.
Senior officials from the five leading sports have been called into a summit meeting with the Government today on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing, it can be revealed.
The Mayor of London is to call today for “more careful” language in discussing the dangers of cycling in the capital, as he warns safety protests such as the so-called “TfL die-in” risk scaring people off.
Plans to increase MPs pay by 11 per cent have been labelled ‘wholly inappropriate’ by a cabinet minister in this time of austerity.
David Cameron led tributes to South Africa’s first black president Nelson Mandela tonight, saying “a great light has gone out in the world”.
Where the cycle lane isn’t segregated from other traffic then the blue paint used along Cycle Superhighway 2 should be removed as it gives riders ‘a false sense of security’, a summit has heard.
The use of Boris Bikes this autumn fell year-on-year for the first time since the cycle hire scheme was introduced in 2010.
Traffic officers were each ordered to fine at least 10 cyclists a month, according to an email sent by a senior police officer.