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"There's a point at which the wall breaks and water gushes in"

Drugs report

Norman Baker: 'Genie is out the bottle' on drug reform

Baker: Genie out the bottle on drug law reform

Westminster has finally reached a tipping point in the drug debate and radical change is now becoming possible, Home Office minister says

The Home Office admits it: Tough enforcement does not lower drug use

Smoke 'em if you've got 'em: Drug report casts doubt on 40 years of UK policy

The most significant report on drugs the British government for forty years has been published. This could be the moment the tide turns.

Probation sell-off

Did minister mislead public over probation sell-off?

Facing judicial review: MoJ sent legal notice

Questions raised about ministerial comments related to the sell-off of privatisation, following Simon Hughes' appearance on the Today programme

Grayling forces through probation sell-off despite safety fears

Sell off: Private firms win big on probation bids

Minister makes it financially ruinous for Labour to reverse the policy

The secret bedroom tax battle

Bedroom tax victims are the real losers of the EU referendum bill's death

Another Westminster episode that ends badly - and leaves ordinary people disappointed

The strange death of the Tories' EU referendum bill has been a particularly ugly coalition one. And it's not one without casualties, as thousands of bedroom tax victims will testify.

Competition!

Win: The Newsroom Season Two blu-rays

Win: Five copies of The Newsroom season two on blu-ray

To celebrate the release of the second season of Aaron Sorkin's celebrated series about life in an American newsroom, we're giving away five copies of the blu-ray

Three legged marathon

Our aim is to raise £70,000 for Tree of Hope to Seb to have life-changing SDR surgery which will remove or reduce the spasticity in his legs so that he can move more freely.

NASUWT condemns the 'tax on learning'

Chris Keates: 'This report confirms the findings of the research the NASUWT has been conducting each year since 2011, through surveys of parents and carers'.

HS2’s success will depend on it being part of integrated transport strategy

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has responded to today’s publication of the HS2 report: “Rebalancing Britain: from HS2 towards a national transport strategy” which concludes that improving city connectivity is key to boosting our economy.

Schools: New role needed for ‘crucial’ amateur governors

The rapid expansion of academy schools has seen increased demand for high-calibre governors with management and professional skills.

Big funding opportunities from National Grid in Big Energy Saving Week

Have you got a big idea for an innovative energy efficiency project that will provide affordable energy to households in disadvantaged communities?

Survey sheds new light on how borrowers will cope with higher rates

New data published today in CML News & Views shows that some 60% of mortgage holders anticipate that they will be in the same financial position or better in three years' time - even though the majority expect interest rates to rise.

NASUWT comments on the 'workload challenge'

Chris Keates: 'Nicky Morgan has only been in office a few weeks but she has been unable to avoid recognising the excessive workload burden under which the teaching profession is labouring'.

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