Journal columnist George Hepburn on the Prime Minister's efforts to win support for EU reform and how it may lead him into deep waters
For Tyneside businessman ALEXANDER TEMERKO the Ukraine conflict is not a quarrel in a faraway country. It is a battle in his homeland
Journal columnist and former political editor Paul Linford looks into his crystal ball and predicts a truly tumultuous election year
Back in the middle of April, this column gave the German stock market a plug.
In the light of the fiasco surrounding the appointment of junior hospital doctors, it may be salutary to highlight some of the deficiencies of the Hewitt innovations.
It was with great interest that I read the article headlined "Landscape treasure with a history of toil" by Tony Henderson (The Journal, June 18), in which Neil Diment bemoaned the fact hay meadows full of flowers were very scarce and could not really understand why.
When, nearly a year ago, the idea of a Tony Blair "farewell tour" was first publicly mooted in the form of a leaked memo from 10 Downing Street, it was greeted with near-universal derision.
Your editorial on May 31 sets out so clearly the fact that the North East is neglected by this Labour Government, despite 28 of the 30 MPs in the region being in that political party.
Prime Minister Tony Blair yesterday warned the leaders of the rich world they have a "duty" to make progress on climate change at this week's G8 summit in Germany.
The British Embassy in Tehran has been pelted with rocks and firecrackers during a demonstration by students.
A high-tech train travelling at 125mph crashed in Germany yesterday, killing at least 25 people in the first fatal accident involving the magnetic levitation system.