The Daily Mail has responded to catastrophic flooding in parts of the UK by linking the country’s inadequate flood defences with the amount it spends on foreign aid
The UK invested £5bn for energy in countries such as Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan between 2009 and 2013
Government departments have effectively been banned from promoting initiatives that are not central to the party’s key election themes of crime, the economy, immigration and welfare
Former Shadow Health Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, says an obsession with targets and spending was 'killing patients'
Former party whip will sit as an independent in the European Parliament
Almost £500,000 of goods and equipment "confiscated" by terror group as aid budget row continues
TaxPayers' Alliance says countries with space programmes should not be receiving money from UK mean to be going to world's poorest
After causing waves of offence and being gently rebuked by his party leadership, Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom has belatedly apologised and promised not to use the term “bongo bongo land” again.
When George Osborne spoke today he evidently felt he was responding to the public mood. How long will that mood last?
Chancellor also announced £300bn of new capital spending projects by the end of the decade - including the largest programme of road building in 50 years
'We are still as far away from the target of balancing the deficit as we were in 2010'
There is growing speculation that spending on schools will be squeezed by £1bn, even though it is officially one of three 'ring-fenced' budgets along with health and overseas aid
American fashion labels dominate the high street, but now it's time to welcome the country's homewares into our homes, says Trish Lorenz
Whitehall departments are to face fresh spending cuts over the next two years, with the money saved spent on infrastructure projects, Chancellor George Osborne told a pre-Budget meeting of the Cabinet today.
David Cameron has said that the Government needs to go “further and faster” to bring down the deficit after the loss of Britain’s coveted AAA credit rating.