The Government does not fully understand the relationship between food insecurity, hunger and malnutrition.
Public sector workers will receive increased pension protection in the event their job is outsourced, in new proposals.
When the Troubled Families program was launched in 2011 by the UK coalition government, there were four key measures by which it would be judged.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe will meet Prime Minister Theresa May and agree pioneering collaboration on medical research, robotics and use of data.
Labour party has concerns about allocation of asylum accommodation contract to private company, Serco.
Japenese tourism to the UK is expected to grow this year to its highest level as the two counties continue to strengthen economic and cultural ties.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has announced plans to fund 900 new children's social workers up to 2021.
Former service personnel suffering from PTSD or other mental illnesses will be prioritised for social housing under new proposals.
Sue Ross explains how her team provided an environment in which unaccompanied asylum-seeking children can achieve their full potential.
CE of NHS Confederation comments on government proposal £20.5 billion annual investment, hailed by PM as historic moment.
UK Foreign Secretary speaks at International Institute for Strategic Studies in Singapore to announce the Strategic Partnership for the Future.
The first ever think tank of its kind, a think tank for pets, has been formed to address the severe lack of pet-friendly rented accommodation across the UK
Thousands of rough sleepers will be offered specialist support to aid them in recovering from life on the streets through new sleeping centres
Dr Gideon Bolt, Utrecht University, discusses the need to increase support for a generous asylum policy in Europe before the refugee crisis
In the first of a series of five articles exploring the phenomenon of multilingual EU law, Dr Karen McAuliffe, PI on the European Research Council funded project ‘Law and Language at the European Court of Justice’, explains the importance of taking language into account when thinking about law
The EU - Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) will create an increase in job opportunities and more choice of goods at lower prices.
Additional funding up to £970 million, including £509 million from council tax flexibility will go towards recruiting more police officers.
The Court of Justice of the European Union, has ruled that the UK is able to renounce its decision to leave the EU without the permission of the other EU member countries.
Joshue O Connor, Head of Accessibility (Interim) at Government Digital Service (GDS) argues that accessibility is the key component of making government work better.
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