A new report conducted by the House of Commons Education Select Committee has identified several weaknesses in the government’s proposals for social work reforms and has called for the changes to be scrapped.

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced the provision of 31 new free schools, on his final visit as PM, to the Reach Academy in Feltham.

A report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has warned that armed forces families are receiving poor housing which often lack basic facilities such as hot water and heating.

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that Home Secretary Theresa May is set to take over the role as PM, on Wednesday 13 July.

The Westminster Commission on Autism has called for the introduction of an ‘anonymous register’ of people with autism to be included in the Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF).

More than 1,000 barristers have argued that the referendum result is advisory and called for Parliament to act on the EU referendum vote.

The expansion of Heathrow Airport is necessary to help safeguard the future of the north east economy, a council has warned government.

Communities secretary Greg Clark has confirmed he is ‘impressed’ with a devolution bid for Leicester and Leicestershire which lacks proposals for a directly elected mayor.

Education select committee MPs have rejected the government’s plant to appoint Amanda Spielman as the next head of Ofsted, claiming they were concerned about her suitability for the job.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has raised concerns over the oversight of devolution deals in England, warning that plans for proper accountability are not yet in place.

The City of Edinburgh Council has approved a report on the Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region Deal.

850,000 new jobs could be available in the north of England because of the Northern Powerhouse devolution programme, review says.

The Transport Select Committee (TSC) has called on the government to scrap its plans to convert more hard shoulders into permanent driving lanes.

A new report has called on the government to set up a health and social care department to support greater integration.

The National Audit Office (NAO) has warned that the High Speed 2 (HS2) project is facing considerable cost and timing pressures, suggesting that the current timetable is ’unrealistic’.

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