Voters in the "squeezed middle" are flocking to the Labour party after Ed Miliband pledged to freeze fuel bills for 20 months if he wins the next general election, according to a new poll that shows a
Ministers attempting to put the troubled universal credit welfare reform programme back on track have been presented with a radical plan to restart the scheme and write off £119m of work over the past
Business leaders in the UK want a relationship with the EU that is based on trade, not politics, writes Matthew Elliott. The debate on Britain’s membership of the EU has shifted. Where once it was a question
The new curriculum for GCSE maths will see pupils in England spending more classtime studying the subject and memorising mathematical formulae, such as Pythagoras's theorem. The revised maths curriculum
Innovation, specialisation and selection on merit can make Britain's education system great again Last month's OECD report showed how urgently we need to make education our country’s number one priority.