Communities Secretary Eric Pickles could be given power to put a blue pencil through any language with which he disagrees, critics claim
Ruling out all Thames Estuary options at this stage would have fuelled that political battle rather than allowing the Airports Commission diligently to evaluate each of the three short-listed options
Thousands of patients still live in hospitals, a year on from Government promises to transform adult social care
In bigger towns and cities only one service in 20 receives support, while in some rural areas almost every bus is subsidised
Spending cuts have hit the poorest parts of England and Scotland much harder than more affluent areas, according to research published on Thursday.
Black children are still getting a raw deal from the schools system, the Education Secretary Michael Gove said.
Our Demos research looks at three defining areas
The programme would also provide a stimulus for the economy and create tens of thousands of jobs in the construction industry
British Telecom has been handed a taxpayer “subsidy” of almost £1.2bn because the Government “mismanaged” its superfast broadband.
Colombian farmer’s attempt to impress girlfriend ends in tragedy
The number of children adopted annually in England and Wales rose by almost 10 per cent between 2011 and 2012, official figures published tomorrow show.
Chair of the Health Select Committee says claims amounted to 'more than anecdotal evidence' and should be urgently investigated by the Department of Health
Legal action launched over decision to allow sale of sites
Some of regulator's staff had 'limited experience' of food-safety crises, official report concludes
Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs ridiculed suggestions that its supply is linked to terrorist groups
Margaret Hodge describes department finances as 'a shocking example of incompetence'