Brexit is an opportunity to dismantle our chaotic 'spreadsheet state' It is said that the era of robots is coming. But looking at our Government, you would be forgiven for thinking it is already here.
The Home Affairs Select Committee, which advises British lawmakers on policy, announced its support of a national database of serial stalkers and domestic abuse perpetrators. In a landmark win for stalking
Charities, teaching unions and medical colleges accuse UK government of ignoring young people Children’s services from Sure Start to schools and NHS mental health are at breaking point, according to a
The parents of British men and women who died fighting against the Islamic State group have visited Syria. Among them was the father of Jac Holmes from Bournemouth who died last October. The 24-year-old
Mark and Lisa Elkins are being forced to sell the house they've lived in for 15 years. They took out a mortgage with Northern Rock back in 2003. When an American private equity firm, Cerberus, took over
It was disappointing to learn that the UK Government’s current Brexit Secretary thinks an extension to any post Brexit transition period could replace the already agreed need for an Irish specific backstop
Philip Hammond’s plan to bring down the government’s annual borrowing was back on track last month after a blowout in August that knocked the chancellor off course. Public sector net borrowing in September,