Salaries could rise to that height within five to eight years, says think tank
Research suggests only German public sector employees take more sick leave than their counterparts at the European Commission
There is a common belief Labour can somehow coast to victory
Will there even be state pensions by the time my children grow up?
IPPR says unemployment rate among 25 to 64 year-olds fell 0.2 per cent to 5.6 per cent in past year, while rate rose by 0.5 per cent to 21 per cent for younger jobseekers
Former Australian Prime Minister says climate change claims are exaggerated
Former England captain expressed his concerns via his official Twitter account to criticise those on the task force apart from Glenn Hoddle
Finding comes ahead of Tories’ plan to deter foreign nationals
Report slams Britain's poorest parents for not preparing their children to begin lessons at five, and criticises education system for not doing more to promote 'social justice'
Libertarians might run a mile, but radical steps are needed
Survey reveals extent of social segregation in UK – along both ethnic and class boundaries
Britain now spends almost £2 billion-a-year on welfare payments in once-thriving seaside towns
Conservatives aim to shed ‘rich’ image in bid to win over crucial voters outside the South East
Today Labour's Liam Byrne is demanding that the Government carry out a cumulative impact assessment to find out how welfare reforms are really affecting families
Sir Ian Kennedy ridicules politicians' objections to Ipsa plans after they wanted to be relieved of setting own pay
Boris Johnson put himself at odds with the Conservative leadership today as he backed giving an amnesty to illegal immigrants who have been in Britain for 12 years.