There's no more money. None from the taxpayer, none from the lottery, none from the governmentLondon Olympic torch will not tour world Aug 31, 2008
They have done a hell of a lot in a short time. I am genuinely sympathetic to people like themWatercooler Stories Mar 25, 2008
Exploitation and excessive profiteering by touts puts tickets out of the reach of real fans. We are determined to protect consumers against thisBritain tries to blunt ticket scalping Feb 09, 2007
The public have told us that the BBC should be at the forefront of digital broadcasting, helping people adapt to new technologiesBBC to offer help for digital changeover Dec 19, 2006
The quid pro quo is flexible licensing hours means tougher protection for young and vulnerable peopleBritish stings to fight underage drinking Dec 27, 2005
Tessa Jowell (born 17 September 1947) is a British politician. She is the Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood.
She is a British Cabinet Minister and currently holds the positions of Minister for the Olympics, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General.
Born Tessa Jane Helen Douglas Palmer in London, her father Kenneth was a doctor and her mother Rosemary a radiographer. She was educated at the public school St Margaret's School for Girls in Aberdeen, the University of Aberdeen, the University of Edinburgh and Goldsmiths College, University of London. She became a social worker and eventually administrator of the mental health charity Mind. In 1978 she was Labour Party candidate in a by-election in Ilford North but lost Labour's majority to the Conservatives.