Ministers today claimed that an initiative set up to tackle gang culture in the wake of the 2011 riots was "working" with significant falls in recorded knife and gun crime.
Candidates at the 2015 general election will come under pressure not to take a proposed 11 per cent pay rise for MPs after an impasse between party leaders and the body responsible for fixing parliamentary salaries.
A series of failures in recent years have wasted hundreds of millions of pounds
An attempt by David Cameron to kick the vexed issue of MPs’ pay into the long grass was rebuffed by Ed Miliband on Monday night.
Sir Jeremy personally intervenes to stop Work and Pensions Secretary blaming Robert Devereux for universal credit programme debacle
President Xi Jinping has visited victims of the deadly explosions that ripped through the eastern city of Qingdao after an oil pipeline ruptured.
Side effect of property scheme is £400m gain in stamp duty this month
Report reveals that charities getting less while cost to public purse has risen
Allowing in for-profit companies is the worst way to better our care
While public servants in the North are better paid than their private-sector neighbours, the exact opposite is true in London
Riots broke out in Rio de Janeiro after a demonstration by Brazilian teachers turned violent. Masked protesters hurled rocks and fire bombs at police, while others looted from banks and broke into government buildings.
New coalition will advocate for policy reform and regulation to lower broadband cost to 5 per cent of monthly income in developing countries
Services firm agrees to repay past profits from its £40m-a-year contract and forgo all future earnings
Rare July deficit raises doubts about the Coalition's progress in tackling the black hole in Britain's finances
If schools are basing policies on outdated laws, it is very much a problem
And that man Godfrey Bloom protested that women were sometimes given preferential treatment in the workplace