'Siri, give me the worst possible take on UK broadcasting.'
'Brexit is a dangerous populist and nationalist spasm worthy of Donald Trump.'
As we enter party conference season universities should brace themselves for more sustained criticism. While we should always
The five things you need to know on Monday October 5, 2015... 1) THE OSBORNE IDENTITY George Osborne will be pleased at front
George Osborne has persuaded former Labour Transport Secretary Lord Adonis to chair a new independent commission to oversee
The rationale for the Conservative Government continuing to push through HS2, the proposed high speed rail link, can easily
Labour is calling on local councils in England to come together to form a series of "regional economic powerhouses" in an
Britain needs an apprenticeships "revolution", with a major increase in the quality and quantity available for young people
Here are the five things you need to know on Monday 17 February 2014... 1) CLEGG PLAYS FOOTSIE WITH LABOUR Project Differentiation
The coalition's plan to find a private business to take over the running of the East Coast Main Line was branded "mad" by
Plans to throw open the selection of Labour Party candidates could transform British politics, a former minister has claimed
Labour must draw up plans for a possible coalition with the Liberal Democrats if it fails to win the next general election
Careers advice is letting young people down, a report has warned, saying the majority have not been told about apprenticeships
The rise in apprenticeships is "deceptive", according to Lord Adonis, who warns there is a "black hole" for thousands of
There is a compelling need for more - and better - youth apprenticeships. Long-term youth unemployment is rising as fast as university tuition fees, yet employers are complaining of a lack of skilled labour. It is because there is a black hole of no education and no work-related training into which over a quarter of a million young people are falling every year.
There's something to be said for a single application process for all school leavers: UCAS has been gesturing in this direction for a while, with UCAS Progress, which was intended to incorporate all the options from 14 to 19, although so far hasn't included work-based options.
There should be as many apprenticeships on offer to school leavers as there are university places, a former Labour schools
A Labour Government would carry out the biggest shake-up of vocational education for a generation to create a "gold standard
Politicians who send their children to private schools should not be allowed to have any say over Britain's education system
High speed rail between London and Birmingham might not be achieved in the 2020s because of "endless dither and delay" by