Prime Minister Announces New 24 Hour Super Priority Visa Service Downing Street has today unveiled plans to extend the 24 hour visa service aimed to attract more investment in Britain.
Remembrance Sunday 2014 – David Cameron’s Message The Prime Minister pays tribute to the Armed Forces, both past and present, this Remembrance Sunday.
Future of Tower of London Poppy Display Secured Centrepiece of installation to tour UK for 4 years.
Prime Minister Calls on European Council for Action on Ebola David Cameron has written to members of the European Council asking leaders to agree a new package of measures to tackle the Ebola crisis.
Minister Claims Some Disabled People ‘Not Worth’ the Minimum Wage It was revealed yesterday by the Labour Party that the Welfare Reform Minister, Lord Freud, had said during a fringe meeting at the Conservative Party Conference two weeks ago, that some disabled people weren’t ‘worth the full wage’.
Michael Gove forced to disown closest aide after attack on David Cameron Dominic Cummings listed ‘bumbling’ prime minister among the biggest obstacles to change.
British Values – Article by David Cameron This week there has been a big debate about British values following the Trojan Horse controversy in some Birmingham schools – about what these values are, and the role they should play in education.
David Cameron joins calls for push of ‘British values’ in schools The prime minister said it was not an option for anyone living in this country not to abide by British values such as equality.
Offenders caught with knife a second time could face six months in jail Conservative support for plan dismissed as ‘headline-grabbing’ by Nick Clegg shows distance between coalition partners.
Blow to Cameron as centrist MEPs back Juncker for European commission job PM’s European policy in disarray as coalition plan dents efforts to stop Juncker and German Eurosceptics join Tories’ MEP bloc.