Over 50 per cent of adults visited a museum or art gallery in the last year
Statistics highlight poor quality of care for those recovering at weekends, which Jeremy Hunt calls ‘completely unacceptable’
From knocking most of Covent Garden to building castles in the sky over Soho, London would look very different today if it wasn’t for conservationists
The treaty will allow Sino-British co-productions to sidestep China's quota system that limits cinemas from showing foreign films
They are among gifts of significant cultural, scientific or historic objects handed over to offset inheritance tax
Francis Golding was one of the country's leading architectural, planning and conservation consultants, and had a big influence on the look of contemporary London. He died from injuries sustained in one of the cycling accidents that occurred in Central London on 5 November. Golding's major clients included Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Terry Farrell, Rick Mather, Rafael Viñoli, Jean Nouvel and Michael Hopkins. With Foster he worked on the "Gherkin"; with Nouvel on One New Change, also in the City of London; and with Rogers he consulted on the controversial Chelsea Barracks. He was cross about the Prince of Wales's intervention, though in the case of the Prince's Poundbury development in Dorset, he said, "I've seen the past and it works."
Health Secretary says NHS inquiry to be delayed as up to 30 more sites to be investigated
English Heritages' annual 'at-risk' survey has found 5,700 listed buildings or sites deemed to be imperilled by neglect or decay, a fall of 131 from the previous year
Research finds nearly half of 120 museums surveyed had increased number of unpaid interns and volunteers required to maintain their institutions
Money could be spent on events marking 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and the centenary of Dylan Thomas's birth.
Report cites staff cuts and fears for patient welfare – and says bullying by managers is increasing
British Telecom has been handed a taxpayer “subsidy” of almost £1.2bn because the Government “mismanaged” its superfast broadband.
A landmark report by the Royal College of Physicians in response to the NHS crisis has outlined 50 measures to modernise the service to cope with the demands of an ageing population, but critics question if there is the political will or money to make it a reality
The BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten is set to fight for his career on Monday amid calls for his resignation if he is found to have misled Parliament and speculation that the Government has decided to scrap the Trust altogether.
Surveys from the Royal College of Nurses, NHS Confederation and others reveal full scale of the daunting task A&Es face just to 'get through the winter'
Doncaster has long shouldered an unwanted notoriety for failing children’s services, political corruption and industrial decline. To add to this unholy trinity of woes it was recently ranked 347 out of 354 local councils in England for participation in the arts.