Iodine deficiency during pregnancy may lower the cognitive ability of some babies, researchers publishing in medical journal The Lancet have found.
Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) President Sandie Keene has praised the sector for widening and improving the spread of personal budgets…
We are entirely dependent on the actions of banks because they are the ones who create and allocate the money supply, shaping the economic landscape.
The move towards Universal Credit, cuts to the NHS, and the new Personal Independence Payments (PIP)will take millions from disabled people's pockets, say the Trades…
All new Further Education teachers should have at least 2 good GCSE grades in English and Maths, an advisory group for Labour has said.
Research by customer experience providers 7 suggests banks must use big data to learn what customers want and prevent them from moving elsewhere.
Six hundred Afghan interpreters who worked with British troops are to be given the right to live in the UK following a government climbdown.
Scotland's thriving economy means it can 'more than afford to be a successful independent country', a new paper with strong Scottish government backing has said.
The gay marriage bill, which will grant same-sex couples the right to marry in England and Wales, has passed through the House of Commons despite serious Tory opposition.
A report published today by the parliamentary Work & Pensions Committee gives a more balanced assessment, according to Alan Downey, KPMG’s Head of Public Sector.