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The coalition government will come under pressure on nuclear weapons today, as a number of new MPs from different parties visit Downing Street to call for government action on disarmament.
The Mayor of London has begun legal proceedings to have the Christian peace activist Brian Haw forcibly removed from Parliament Square.
Pressure is growing on defence ministers, who appear to have ruled out including Trident in their strategic review. The Lib Dems have been accused of accepting Tory policy on the issue.
The Vice-Chancellors of the UK's leading universities have triggered a negative reaction by calling on the new government to lift the cap on tuition fees.
NGOs and campaigners have given a mixed reaction to the Prime Minister's promise that his administration will be Britain's “greenest government ever”.
History has great comic timing. It is 350 years this month since a major political compromise with an uncanny modern-day parallel.
Students and academics have called on the Liberal Democrats not to abandon their opposition to increases in university tuition fees now that they are in coalition with the Tory Party.
The new Business Secretary Vince Cable has been urged to act on his view of the banking system by curbing the unethical investments of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
The Green Party have urged Liberal Democrat supporters who object to their party's coalition deal with the Conservatives to join the Greens to achieve real change.
Friends of the Earth have called on the new government to take urgent action to create a low carbon-economy. They said it should be a key priority for the coalition.