New research shows that the North-South divide is widening as highly skilled individuals are increasingly migrating to London.
Steve Sinnot has been elected as the new general secretary of the National Union of Teachers.
The Butler Inquiry into the Government's handling of intelligence in the run up to war in Iraq will be published on 14th July.
Tony Blair and Michael Howard have clashed in the Commons over the state of public services.
Simon Hughes has set out his vision for the Liberal Democrat party at the launch of his campaign to become party president.
The Solicitor General has announced new measures designed to boost the level of convictions in rape cases.
A sub committee of the Science and Technology Committee has urged the Prime Minister to do more to ensure the success of the Kyoto Protocol.
An influential committee of MPs has said that the Government need to make greater efforts to ensure forms are accessible.
The Treasury has announced that the results of this year's Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) will be published on 12th July.
Conservative proposals on education, due to be released later this morning, will place "choice" at their centre.
Conservative proposals to widen choice in education have been branded the "law of the jungle" by a leading teaching union.
The Liberal Democrat leader has accused Labour and the Conservatives of engaging in an "artificial" debate about choice in the public services.
The BBC has launched its submission to the Government's consultation on Charter Renewal, promising that the BBC will take the lead in the digital revolution.
A new pilot project to provide greater pensions information for employees and employers has been launched by the Work and Pensions Secretary.
The Intelligence and Security Committee has highlighted a number of areas of vulnerability in the UK's security infrastructure.
Rumours that Labour are to suffer a parliamentary defection have intensified over the weekend.
The former leader of the Conservative Party has launched a new thinktank- the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ).
The former head of Strathclyde Police, Sir John Orr, is to carry out an independent review into the authorisation of religious parades in Scotland.
The Education Secretary has announced a new raft of financial incentives to encourage maths graduates to move into teaching.
The Government has unveiled a set of new proposals, designed to protect the UK's heritage.
Talks to avert Tuesday's tube strike have broken down.
The Prime Minister has said that Iraq is now in control of its own future.
The Home Secretary has said that an existing scheme to test offenders for Class A drugs will be extended, on a pilot basis, to cover alcohol abuse.
New plans to tighten security and set up a chain of command for emergency situations in the Commons were unveiled yesterday.