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.
Civil servant sacked for offensive Wikipedia edits on Hillsborough 24-year-old is fired for gross misconduct after changing ‘You’ll never walk alone’ to ‘You’ll never walk again’.
Popularity of Miliband and Clegg falls to lowest levels recorded by ICM poll Labour leader’s satisfaction rating slips from -25 to -39 and deputy prime minister’s falls 16 points to -37 from May to June.
Half of Labour candidates in marginal seats are Westminster insiders Research finds Labour and Lib Dem are choosing more candidates from political classes than Conservatives.
China’s Li Keqiang speaks out against Scottish independence Asked about referendum at press conference, premier says that he wants to see a ‘united United Kingdom’.
British embassy reopens in Tehran as Iraq crisis helps thaw Iran relations William Hague says diplomatic base in Tehran to be restored as west looks to Iran to help tackle Isis-led insurgency in Iraq.
Fatty foods rationed as Michael Gove shakes up school food Education secretary’s school meal plans include making milk available and cutting down on deep-fried meals.
BBC to be investigated over Tory MPs live TV swearing Media watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into whether the BBC breached broadcasting standards after a Conservative MP swore during a live TV show.
Michael Gove forced to disown closest aide after attack on David Cameron Dominic Cummings listed ‘bumbling’ prime minister among the biggest obstacles to change.
Nick Clegg – China is ‘shackled to communist doctrine’ Downing Street distances itself from comments by the deputy prime minister as Li Keqiang travels to Windsor Castle.