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Temporary civil servants are earning as much as £1,000 a day, a Commons Committee has revealed as it urged the Government
Temporary civil servants are earning as much as £1,000 a day, a Commons Committee has revealed as it urged the Government
The government has recently imposed new rules on universities to work more closely with schools in poorer areas, targeting white working-class boys in particular in a bid to get them into higher education. But can this really get past the social elite class system in the UK?
With just a few weeks left until Britain votes, plenty of column inches have already been dedicated to the interests of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and what they want to hear from the main party leaders. Less attention has so far been paid to what each party will actually offer Britain's enterprises.
What is needed is a more active industrial policy. For too long, while other countries have supported industries where they have a competitive advantage, policy makers in the UK have used the country's bad experience with industrial policies in the 1970s to justify a hands-off approach.
The head of Britain biggest drugs company, GlaxoSmithKIine, has accused the government of delaying the introduction of new
A leading teachers' union is to issue a legal challenge to the government over its controversial pension reforms in a fresh