Children's secretary Ed Balls has asserted his support for foreign social workers in comments to politics.co.uk.
There will be an investigation into the extent of BNP involvement in schools, children's secretary Ed Balls told the Labour conference this afternoon.
A California-based website which helps pimps sell women online should be shut down, Harriet Harman has told Labour delegates in Brighton.
There was bad news for the Labour party this morning after the Sun newspaper ran the front page headline "Labour's lost it" just hours after Gordon Brown's triumphant keynote speech.
An investigation has begun into the death of a young Afghan girl who is believed to have died after being hit by a box of leaflets dropped by an RAF Hercules aircraft.
Internet service providers (ISPs) have warned against Lord Mandelson's plans to disconnect illegal firesharers.
Andy Burnham has promised an end to hospital parking charges within three years, in his speech to the Labour party conference in Brighton.
David Cameron has given the first indications he may not force a referendum on the Lisbon treaty if the Conservatives win power.
Gordon Brown tried to turn the Conservative agenda of 'Broken Britain' to his advantage today with a tough and socially authoritarian conference speech.
Gordon Brown must "talk to the country" in his leader's speech, the man responsible for coordinating Labour's general election campaign has urged.
John Denham has told Labour conference delegates he will act to rein in "out of hand" pay for local government bosses.
Home secretary Alan Johnson has admitted that there were "no excuses" for the catalogue of failings that led to the deaths of Fiona Pilkington and her disabled daughter.
A 14-year-old girl died yesterday shortly after receiving a vaccination against cervical cancer.
The culture secretary has used his speech to the Labour conference to launch a robust defence of the BBC, saying it is far superior to news in the US or Europe.
An Ipsos Mori poll has put Labour in third place for the first time since February 1982.
Jack Straw has unveiled plans for a National Victims Service amid a fighting speech to the Labour party conference.
Those who subject their partners to domestic violence will face Asbo-style domestic violence prevention orders, Alan Johnson has announced.
Chancellor Alistair Darling has promised to introduce a Fiscal Responsibility Act to reduce the budget deficit.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have taken the decision to charge a police sergeant over an alleged assault during the G20 protests.
Children's minister Vernon Coaker has ordered a review of the Childcare Act after two mothers were told that looking after each other's children was illegal.
Peter Mandelson called on Labour to follow his lead by achieving an unlikely comeback in his speech to the party's autumn conference.
Former Cabinet minister Caroline Flint has hit out at excessive "white noise" coming from the government, but insisted Labour can still win the next general election.
Business secretary Lord Mandelson launched a blistering attack on the BBC this morning over its handling of an interview with Gordon Brown on the weekend.
Jim Murphy accused Scottish Conservatives of being among the most "hardline" in David Cameron's party in his speech to the Labour party conference.