Archive of 24 February 2012
The government adviser hired to get 120,000 'problem families' back to work resigned yesterday amid allegations of fraud at her firm.
An "alarming" number of young refugees and migrants are living in serious poverty, according to the Children's Society.
MPs are calling for a "sea-change" over the European Union's control of British fishing.
Further concessions to the government's beleaguered NHS reforms seem likely after Liberal Democrat peers launched a new offensive against the health and social care bill.
No 10 could force justice secretary Ken Clarke to turn community sentences into a 'virtual prison' for offenders, according to reports.