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The Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer, QC, has today published new guidelines for prosecutors dealing with fraud cases involving state benefits and tax credits.
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The House of Commons speaker and other current and former members are lined up to give evidence AGAINST the former deputy speaker
The Deputy PM insisted he planned to lead the party until 2020 – but only after his team had put forward three different possibilities as to when he will quit.
Simon Jenkins: First thoughts: The policy is too general – jobs need to be created away from the overheated south in the still-depressed Midlands and north
Neil Groves turned 46 on the day he died and planned an evening in with his father, with a few cans of beer and some crisps in front of the television – a regular weekend ritual.
Tenants who fail to take care of their home, fall behind on rent or are involved in antisocial behaviour will have to pay more rent, under one council's new plans
Homeless services are developed by and for men, with little consideration for the problems experienced by women, says Alexia Murphy
David Walker: The Cabinet Office has appointed a public official to oversee G4S. It's what you'd expect collectivists to do
Ed Balls to announce compulsory jobs guarantee scheme to be funded by tax on bankers' bonuses
Money intended to improve care for elderly and disabled people could end up being spent on bureaucracy, an alliance of councils and charities warns
Pet dog is given bottle of vodka to save his life after licking up glycol from garage floor
(not satire - it's the Tory Party!) A Conservative electoral agent and parliamentary assistant to a Tory MP has attacked feminists on Facebook saying they 'need a good slap round the face'. Stewart...
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Department for Work and Pensions is struggling to meet demands for savings, according to internal review
The domestic goddess divorced her husband Charles Saatchi after the Sunday People pictured him with his hands around her throat in a “throttling” gesture
The list goes on and on. The Public Accounts Committee, the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the Office for National Statistics, the National Audit Office, the Archbishop of Westminster, even the Tor...
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The latest person to die while facing a change to his sickness benefit is Neil Groves, who was hit by a train at Surbiton station on his 46th birthday. Mr Groves died just after 7.30pm on February ...
As the bill reaches report stage in the Commons, campaigners are calling for a better settlement on funding care, says Andy Kaye
NHS England should focus on enabling providers and patients to co-create better ways of delivering care, says Michael Macdonnell
David Walker: The Labour leader's Hugo Young lecture will not address dilemmas around professional autonomy in public services
Concerns voiced that move could put lives at risk by forcing police, fire and ambulance workers to share airwaves with public
Several major insurers exclude claims for damage caused by groundwater flooding, which has affected almost one-quarter of the properties affected so far this year
UPDATE: Unfortunately we weren't able to stop Channel 4 from broadcasting Benefits Street, the final episode aired but I am proud of what we achieved...
(not satire - it's the Lib Dems!) A couple of weeks ago it was reported that top Liberal Democrat Party donors Sudhir and and his son Bhanu Choudhrie have been arrested for fraud. But it has never ...
Owen Jones: After Stephen Lawrence, Ian Tomlinson and countless other scandals, it's clear the Metropolitan police is institutionally rotten. London deserves better