The economist, who was jailed for nine weeks in 2012, tells us why she feels the justice system needs to change to help women
The Journal's opinion column for Friday, December 19, in which we focus on the subject of prison reform
Chris Huhne says the case for renewables is supported by projections that the wholesale cost of energy – generally benchmarked to the price of natural gas – will continue to rise
Renewables are the answer to UK’s energy concerns, argued Chris Huhne at last week’s North East Energy Debate. Peter McCusker reports
Campaigners say Environment Secretary Chris Huhne was wrong to suggest Scotland is doing more than Northumberland
Former energy secretary Chris Huhne said UK policy should be in favour of onshore wind in order to keep Scotland happy
Opencasting offers North East farmers and landowners the chance to make money, but they must ensure they protect their position
Vicky Pryce has resumed her role as a Government economics adviser after serving a jail term for swapping speeding points with ex-husband Chris Huhne
Barrister Constance Briscoe gave a false statement in an investigation into Chris Huhne's speeding points Southwark Crown Court has heard
Denise Robertson ponders why good political programmes on television are fast becoming a thing of the past
Controversial Labour donor David Abrahams came out with a stinging attack on his critics today and claimed he will be cleared of any misconduct in relation to planning matters.
LIBERAL Democrats in the North-East are hoping to secure election victories following Nick Clegg’s party leadership win.
THE Newcastle businessman at the centre of the Labour party donations scandal had a planning application fast tracked.
A BUSINESS park at the centre of the political donations row was approved by a Liberal Democrat council despite concerns raised by officers at a Labour-controlled authority, it emerged yesterday.
POLICE have been asked to investigate whether Labour donor David Abrahams could himself be a middle-man.
DURHAM Police are due to meet Liberal Democrat leadership contender Chris Huhne today over his concerns about the decision to allow a company controlled by Labour donor David Abrahams to build a business park in the county.
DURHAM police yesterday said they will speak to Liberal Democrat leadership contender Chris Huhne over his complaint about Labour Party donor David Abrahams and his business dealings.
The Bernard Matthews plant at the centre of the bird flu outbreak will not face prosecution, the Food Standards Agency said yesterday.
Lord Owen, one of the Gang of Four which formed the Social Democrats in the 1980s, said yesterday that Sir Menzies Campbell was too old to be leader of the Liberal Democrats and should be replaced by "a young Turk".
Farmers have reacted angrily to the news that Defra staff, including some of those overseeing the Single Farm Payments fiasco, have received over £7m since 2004 in performance-related bonuses.