The Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has published a report calling on the government to do more to help Syrian torture survivors arriving in the UK as refugees.

Downing Street has confirmed that Prime Minister Theresa May will make her speech on the government's Brexit plans next week, Tuesday 17 January.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced how its £1.2 billion of road funding will be allocated between councils across England for the 2017 to 2018 financial year.

A nationwide competition to find the next UK City of Culture has been launched by Minister of State for Digital and Culture Matt Hancock.

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has confirmed the appointment of Michael King as the new Local Government Ombudsman.

Lord Hill, the former European commissioner for financial services, who resigned after the referendum vote for Brexit, has urged the government to be ‘grown-up’ in its negotiations with the EU.

A new report is urging for the government to set minimum quotes for the number of women in Parliament and local government.

A new agreement has been released offering an all-in-one solution for printer/copier, managed print and records information management needs.

Liberty has launched a crowd-funded legal challenge to the UK government's ‘assault on our freedom’ through the so-called ‘snoopers' charter’.

First Minister Nicole Sturgeon has announced an extra £107 million is being invested into health and social care partnerships.

A report has revealed that nearly 38,000 staff from HMRC will be required to move large distances as part of a reorganisation.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that introducing a maximum cap on the amount that people can earn would be ‘the fairer thing do’.

In a speech to the Charity Commission, Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that the government will take an active role in tackling ‘everyday injustices’ and building a ‘shared society’.

An extra £10 million a year has been pledged to ensure the Welsh social care sector is strong and sustainable for the future.

A group of MPs have urged Prime Minister Theresa May to find a ‘political consensus’ on funding social care in England before 2020.