Withdrawal of HMRC 0845 Telephone Numbers By 11 December 2014 all HMRC 0845 helpline telephone numbers will be taken out of service.
UK’s First Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner Announced The Home Secretary has appointed Kevin Hyland as the UK’s first ever Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Fund NHS properly or charge for hospital beds says senior executive Nightly fee of £75 mooted as head of NHS Confederation says tough choices ahead with funding not meeting demand.
Spanish Ebola case requires rapid response to allay western fears It is important to ascertain exactly how Madrid nurse was infected to prevent inaccurate scare stories circulating on internet.
Bank of England proposes savings protection limit of £1m Savings of up to £1m in collapsed banks are to be protected under new proposals from the Bank of England intended to avoid a Northern Rock-style run on a financial institution.
Government should help with home building says Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander calls for radical solution that would see government acting as commissioner for housing.
Councils will slash emergency welfare schemes if ministers cut £175m grant One in six local authorities will abandon any crisis safety net, forcing families to use food banks or loan sharks, LGA warns.
Ed Miliband under fire from senior Labour figures as Tories take poll lead Prescott accuses party leader of being far too timid while Tony Blairs chief fundraiser tells him to be more friendly to business.
Ukip’s Mark Reckless on course to win Rochester byelection poll finds Survation poll puts Reckless nine points ahead in seat seen as much less promising for Ukip than Douglas Carswells Clacton.
Payday lenders should wipe out loans in wake of Wonga ruling experts say Thousands of people who have taken out payday loans from firms other than Wonga should also have their interest and charges wiped out, say consumer and legal experts.