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Queen's 'rainy day' bank account is down to its last one million pounds, leaving her vulnerable to ‘unexpected costs’ claims National Audit Office
British Telecom has been handed a taxpayer “subsidy” of almost £1.2bn because the Government “mismanaged” its superfast broadband.
Decision to run errands part of a shake-up in BBC culture designed to 'give more status and seniority' to creative people at the BBC
Robert Devereux admitted it had taken him more than a year to realise that there were problems
MPs tell Tony Hall to pay back £24,500 he received when he quit for Royal Opera House in 2001
The Work and Pensions Secretary addressed the Commons after claims he misled Parliament over failures in the Government's flagship benefits reform programme
Customs checks aimed at thwarting drug and gun smuggling have been overlooked since border security staff came under pressure to cut passenger queues during the London 2012 Olympics, the public spending watchdog has warned.
The directors of the company behind a proposal to set up a state boarding school in the heart of the Sussex countryside have been warned they could face prosecution for failing to file their annual accounts.
BBC Trust chairman admits 'overpaying' after being questioned by MPs over £25m paid to 150 outgoing executives
More than 10,000 made redundant but further changes needed to get right employees
The Education Secretary Michael Gove’s department has been censured by public spending watchdogs over a plan to set up a state boarding school for inner-city children in the heart of the Sussex countryside.
Margaret Hodge describes department finances as 'a shocking example of incompetence'
Ministers have failed to make a clear “strategic case” for their ambitious plan to build a new high-speed railway between London and the North, the Government’s auditors claim.
Retired army officer was forced out for awarding Royal Armouries workers thousands of pounds
A “sweetheart” tax deal which saved Goldman Sachs millions of pounds was agreed by HMRC to save Chancellor George Osborne from “major embarrassment”, a court has heard.
Stephen Twigg: 'The word crisis is sometimes overused but I think in this context it is the right word'