Housing Minister Grant Shapps and Communities Minister Andrew Stunell have called on councils to use every opportunity under the New Deal for Older People to give elderly people more choice and control over where they live, so they are not pressured to sell their home or move into residential care.
Ahead of a government summit on 'coasting schools' to be held at Downing Street, Ofsted's Chief Inspector, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has confirmed his intention to scrap the 'satisfactory' judgment for school inspections.
Schools will soon find it easier to manage their teachers and help ensure they are performing to the best of their abilities.
Conservative Party Co-Chairman Sayeeda Warsi has asked Ed Miliband to set the record straight after his misleading comments on rail fares during Prime Minister's Questions.
The Education Secretary, Michael Gove, has announced that the current programme of information and communications technology (ICT) study in England's schools will be scrapped from September.
Britain will have a national high speed rail network providing vital new capacity and faster journeys across the country from 2026.
David Cameron and Andrew Lansley have announced a new drive to free up nurses to provide the care patients and relatives expect.
David Cameron has announced a series of measures to tackle the compensation culture and free SMEs from the stranglehold of health and safety red tape.
Michael Gove has announced that the number of academies in England has reached 1,500.
The Conservative Party Co-Chairman, Lord Feldman of Elstree, has confirmed plans to "create a new political party in Northern Ireland" which will deliver mainstream, national politics to the people of Northern Ireland.