The Chief Medical Officer has published emergency plans for coping with a heatwave.
A new poll shows declining support for both Labour and the Conservatives.
Whitehall growth drives 27,000 increase in union numbers, new statistics show.
The ODPM has issued a consultation document to bolster protections for park home owners.
Today is the six-month anniversary of the formal reclassification of cannabis to a Class C drug.
Today the Bank of England confirmed that the total amount of debt owed by the British people has hit the £1 trillion mark.
The Environment Minister, Elliot Morely, has published a consultation paper setting out Government plans to tackle flooding and coastal erosion.
A new report from the Foreign Affairs Select Committee concludes that an "insufficient" number of troops in Iraq has contributed to a deterioration in security.
The Leader of the Conservatives in the European Parliament has written to the parliamentary authorities requesting that they are given committee places allocated to United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP).
A highly critical report from the Defence Select Committee has accused the Ministry of Defence (MoD) of letting British troops down.
The British Library has been praised by the National Audit Office (NAO) for its response to the information age.
The laws surrounding human remains held in UK museums, and claims for their repatriation, are the subject of a new Government consultation.
A committee of MPs has sharply criticised the performance of the long-term savings industry, and called for action to improve consumer confidence.
Iraqi civilians and their lawyers have begun a High Court action to try and force the UK Government to institute an independent inquiry into alleged deaths and serious injuries to Iraqi citizens.
New research shows a ban on smoking in workplaces and public areas would help bars and restaurants, as well as the wider economy, says the Government's health tsar.
A new report from the Conservatives' James Review has identified £477 million of potential savings at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
The International Development Secretary has said that next week's World Trade Organisation (WTO) meeting must deliver benefits for developing countries.
A new report from the Audit Commission has warned that the new funding system for the NHS risks "financial instability within NHS bodies."
The chief executive of the Environment Agency has said that she believes that polluting fines are too low, but that they are making progress on tackling offenders.
Following the publication of new figures showing a rise in sexually transmitted infections, the Liberal Democrats have accused the Government of "dithering".
The Local Government Minister has said that a new pilot on Local Area Agreements (LAA) is a radical step in local and central government relations.
The Health Secretary has announced that he has given the green light for 15 new hospital developments, worth £4 billion.
A group of MPs have raised serious concerns about the practicality of the Government's proposed reforms to the criminal legal aid system.
The Liberal Democrats have questioned the amount of time and money that ministers spend on foreign travel.