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'I am not going to stand back while this Government takes aim at hard-fought workers’ rights'
Department of Transport changes to include new age limits, part-privatised tests, driverless cars and job losses
Ministers hope a tailored leadership programme will make public services more appealing
Exclusive: Scheme has fewer than 100 apprentices, figures reveal
The Thai baht fell to its weakest level in more than six years after more than 20 people were killed and 120 wounded in the worst ever terrorist attack on the country yesterday.
Exclusive: The move prompts speculation that the engineering giant will launch another assault on the lucrative British market
Business would share financial returns with the state, making it ideal for projects with a revenue-raising element, such as toll crossings
Exclusive: The Unite union is planning a series of demonstrations outside a number of Pizza Express’s 430 restaurants over the coming weeks
MPs and private forecasting firms ask why national weather service workers should be paid extra for not getting it wrong
Exclusive: Gatwick claims an extra runway at Heathrow would breach air quality regulations
Ed Davey made the accusation following last week's shelving of the Green Deal
At present, there is not enough room to seat more than half of members
The party's next leader will be announced on 12 September
The sudden prospect of the left-winger becoming Labour leader has panicked mainstream MPs into talk of getting rid of him at once