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Prime minister to chair climate change committee

Boris Johnson is to chair a committee to focus on reducing government emissions.

Government announces "ambitious" new policies in Queens Speech

Boris Johnson has set out his “ambitious” new policies and outlined his Brexit strategy in the Queen’s speech on Monday.

Leaked document reveals government’s education plans

A document leaked to the Guardian has revealed a range of new education proposals being considered by the government.

Government spends £97 million on Brexit consultants

According to the National Audit Office, preparing for Brexit has cost the government £97 million in consultancy fees.

Prime Minister could announce resignation on Friday after Leadsom departs cabinet

Speculation is mounting that prime minister Theresa May could announce her resignation as early as Friday 24 May, after Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom dramatically quit the cabinet on Wednesday.

Government open talks with British Steel to keep firm afloat

Ministerial talks began to prevent British Steel's collapse yesterday after it secured the backing of shareholders and lenders to survive until the end of May.

Crossrail under scrutiny from National Audit Office

Crossrail officials have come under fire from the government’s spending watchdog for hiking up unnecessary costs into the landmark programme.

Majority of employers back reform to apprenticeship levy, FSB survey says

A survey conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses revealed this week that over a quarter of UK employers favour reform to the government’s apprenticeship levy.

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