Augusta Riddy is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman.
In his first speech as Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds made a commitment to improving life chances for disadvantaged pupils.
The Scottish government has committed to establishing a national investment bank by 2020, but is it enough to kick-start growth?
The 2017 Capital of Culture wants government cash to build on its recent success.
Women are dramatically underrepresented in patents. Are they no good at inventing things?
A recent report argues that tariff-free trading zones could generate £1,500 for every Northern family.
The new bill would see social housing landlords subject to the same scrutiny as local authorities.
The chief executive of HS2 Ltd, Mark Thurston, talks about executing the UK's biggest public infrastructure project in a generation.
David King, former government chief scientific advisor, explains why a new initiative is going to make the West Midlands a clean energy hub.
The minister resisted accusations of a funding gap in his first grilling by the Transport Select Committee, saying every investment must have a “business case”.