Jonathan Reynolds MP to move Private Members Bill in favour of Proportional Representation

Jonathan Reynolds MP to present proportional representation bill to the House

Limits on nurse training numbers should be scrapped

Central rationing of nursing degrees is exacerbating chronic shortage of NHS nurses and over-reliance on expensive agency workers

Farage: Britain must leave the EU to control immigration

Cameron's pledge to limit net immigration to the tens of thousands is in tatters, says Farage

It will take more than a cash injection to fix social care

2% rise in council tax unlikely to have real impact on care home crisis

Autumn Statement – Housing Comment

400,000 new homes is not enough

Pensions in the Autumn Statement – Towers Watson reaction

Another delay to pension contribution increases

Autumn Statement: opposition party funding cut is ‘bad news for democracy'

The Electoral Reform Society has challenged the government’s decision to cut public funding for opposition parties by a fifth [1].

TheCityUK responds to the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Autumn Statement & Spending Review

Chris Cummings, Chief Executive, TheCityUK, said:

CHART OF THE WEEK: International R&D Spending


Spending on research and development has been comparatively low in the UK for some time

IoD full Autumn Statement response

The Institute of Directors has responded to some of the specific policies contained in today’s Autumn Statement, including:

Child arrests fall by 54 per cent in four years

Number of children sucked into the criminal justice system falls

SMMT President delivers warning shot to Government 
to back UK automotive ahead of Spending Review

Britain’s global automotive success requires partnership with government to stay competitive