Archive of 28 December 2011
David Cameron is set to have his own personalised iPad app designed for him, collating government statistics and a live news feed.
The schools watchdog's new head has called for the introduction of apolitical local education chiefs.
Money taken from inactive bank accounts is being used by the government to pay for 'big society' projects.
Conservative party members hold David Cameron in higher esteem than ever after his decision to veto fiscal consolidation plan in Brussels.
Drinkers looking to cut down on their intake in the new year will receive some help from the government, after reports emerged of a 'big bang' plan to tackle alcohol consumption in England and Wales.