More than 2,000 doctors in training have raised a concern about patient safety in 2013, new research reveals.
New measures that will speed up the delivery of new homes by cutting down unnecessary planning procedures have been revealed.
Employees will have to work until they are 68 before receiving a state pension, the Chancellor will announce today in his Autumn Statement.
There are still vast differences in cancer survival rates between European Countries despite improvements to cancer diagnosis and treatment over the last 10 years.
The government is spending billions more than planned to support workers in poverty as a result of spiralling living costs, says a new report published today.
Ofcom and the Information Commissioner’s Office should use their powers more readily to punish telemarketers who misuse phone networks and personal contact information.
The ageing population of Scotland should not be a major consideration when considering independence in next year's referendum, a think tank has said.
Visa provision from the Home Office is blighted with poor decision-making, warns the border and immigration watchdog.
An estimated 36 million people suffered with dementia in 2010 with this figure set to double every 20 years, a report warns today.
Almost 600 under-16s take up smoking every day in the UK, a new survey finds.