New funding for maths hubs designed to drive up the quality of maths teaching, and for the development of a computer science readiness programme, has been announced today.
International time differences have a negative economic impact on trade between countries, according to new research.
The Prime Minister’s extremism task force have announced plans to prevent all forms of radicalisation and extremist activity.
Parents may have to spend even more on their children’s care costs in the future despite plans to expand a tax-free scheme, says think tank IPPR.
The Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd, has launched a consultation on strengthening the powers of the Charity Commission.
A £375 billion national infrastructure plan detailing investment in areas such as energy, transport and communications up to 2030 has been unveiled.
Advisory notes from the Attorney General will be made available from today in a bid to prevent social media users committing contempt of court.
There has been an encouraging decrease in the number of young people receiving help for substance misuse problems in 2012-2013, it has been reported.
Children in care will be able to stay with their foster families until their 21st birthday under government plans to shake up the care system.
Cross-sector industry strategies are vital to enable healthy growth and development within the manufacturing sector, says a composites industry expert.