There will be a state memorial service for the former prime minister tomorrow before he is buried in a private ceremony at his ranch
Labour MP claims former Manchester United manager would provide morale boost
Voters will turn away if they keep hearing sneers and grumbles from Cameron and co
There is a common belief Labour can somehow coast to victory
Court hears how money was used to fund trips to Europe under banner of 'research and translation' work
“Education, education, education” wasn’t just the crappest tricolon ever
All Major did was allow a few high-performing schools serving the middle classes to opt out into grant-maintained status
Britain's elite new police force launches today with appeal for private sector to fill its skills gap
The International Development Secretary Justine Greening rejects ex-PM’s request for money to support work of foundation
Britain's senior political television journalists are at war with Downing Street over what they see as attempts by David Cameron to bypass them and use less critical media outlets to broadcast policies to the public.
Regular Radio 4 listeners will already know The Reunion, the programme that has been picking at old scabs and offering moist-eyed snapshots of times gone by since 2006. It's about revisiting crowning glories and ghastly calamities of old, with the wonderful, and sometimes awful, benefit of hindsight. Like Desert Island Discs, it has a distinct format: a group of people are brought together to recall a shared moment in their lifetimes. Unlike DID, however, there is more scope for sadness, for joy, or for sheer, red-faced fury.
Reform is coming to the Civil Service, but some worry it will harm more than help
When Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher were establishing the global mood music of the monetarist, greed-is-good 1980s, Pierre Mauroy sought to make France dance to a different tune. As the first Socialist Prime Minister of the Fifth Republic (1981-84) and first prime minister of the François Mitterrand era, Mauroy pursued a policy of nationalisation, taxation of the rich, increased minimum wages, retirement at 60 and a 39-hour working week.
The root cause that separates people in any society is ignorance leading to fear of unknown. We must use the knowledge of local communities at a national level
Possibly to illustrate the point that “Britain’s role in the world” is very much a work in progress these days, David Cameron made a speech about it on a building site.
Plan unveiled that would allow patients to sign a disclaimer asking for help to end their lives