Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’
14 Feb
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Horsemeat scandal: Government’s response ‘flat-footed’ »

By Gerald Heneghan The government’s response to the ongoing horsemeat scandal has been branded “flat-footed” by MPs.

Nursery ratios set to rise under new childcare reforms
29 Jan
2013
Written by GeraldHeneghan

Nursery ratios set to rise under new childcare reforms »

By Gerald Heneghan Nurseries and childminders in England will be permitted to look after more children under new childcare reforms set to be announced today (January 29th).

Green Deal launched across Britain »

By Lauren Grice The Green Deal has been launched by the government today (January 28th) in a drive to improve the energy efficiency of homes in the UK.

Cameron and Clegg insist coalition remains ‘steadfast and united’ »

By Gerald Heneghan David Cameron and Nick Clegg have asserted that the coalition remains “steadfast and united” as they unveiled a raft of new reforms in its mid-term review.

Supermarkets support government crackdown on blue badge abuse
30 May
2011
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Supermarkets support government crackdown on blue badge abuse »

Following major reforms to the Blue Badge scheme announced earlier this year, seven major supermarket chains have now given their support for the Government’s drive to eradicate Blue Badge abuse. Responding to the concerns of disability groups, Local Transport Minister Norman Baker wrote to all major supermarkets urging them to do what they could to [...]

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