The country's borrowing level (9.5 per cent) is now double that of the UK.
Because of the new system, there is a risk that students will turn up to vote on 7 May, but won't be registered.
Arriving at a JobCentre to claim Jobseeker’s Allowance, I felt like I’d fallen into the pages of Kafka’s The Trial. I was expected to navigate a complicated system while being treated with endless suspicion.
They should oppose any legislation that jeopardises women’s full and equal access to all reproductive health services.
Information concerning three of the UK’s most sensitive inquiries has been lost in the post.
Miliband will not mimic Cameron's approach to Ukip and change policy direction.
The Greens' wealth tax numbers just don’t add up.
Opening up sport for everyone in the capital.
As MPs discuss a national action plan to end FGM, campaigners explain the practical steps the country needs to take to eradicate this abuse.
"Love, empathy and relationships".
The number of part-time students has fallen by a third since 2010.
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