PM's family have publicly supported a campaign against the closure of 44 children's centres in Oxfordshire
The rig is accompanied by lorry and drilling sounds and features a flare which fires up every hour
Tory party supporters fail to spend as much as in previous years at Black and White gala
Of £250m a year originally budgeted for 'children and young people's mental health', there has been a £77m underspend this year. These figures highlight the gulf between what Conservative Ministers promise on mental health, and what they actually do
Tory whips tasked by Number 10 to ensure as many MPs as possible come out in favour of the In campaign
With prison places costing £40,000 a year, the Government is currently throwing good money after bad
Lord Kerslake, until 2014 the head of the Civil Service, accuses the Government of having “a worrying authoritarian streak”
First schools, now prisons. We look forward to the Gove-ification of the entire apparatus of the state.
The nation is getting bored - we really do need to get it over with soon
Blueprint for local control of prisons and league tables follows the Government’s education reforms
The moving comments I have read about Henry speak time and again to a quality he displayed that appears the rarest of all: leadership
Prison is probably the single biggest indictment of state failure yet we are still waiting for the “rehabilitation revolution” promised when the Tories took power in 2010
Harry's last few years were spent fighting the UK government over an injustice that hits more than half a million British pensioners. Their crime? They retired abroad - but to the wrong country
European Parliament Martin Schulz says proposal to curb EU migrant benefits would run into opposition from MEPs
'If we allow only those already within a position of privilege to access a university degree, we allow social mobility to stagnate'
It could take women, who are more likely to be in part time or short term jobs, far longer than four years to be recognised as a worker in the UK