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Government money spent on retrofitting homes to meet climate targets would be a sound investment – improving decarbonisation and reducing fuel poverty, writes Alan Whitehead MP
Tidal energy, nuclear power, and a greener approach to international trade will set the UK on the path to decarbonisation, writes Virginia Crosbie MP
Boris Johnson has thrown his weight behind the "fantastic" Priti Patel amid pressure for an inquiry into the resignation of her top Home Office official in a bullying row.
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Rishi Sunak will scrap a multi-billion-pound tax break for entrepreneurs at this month's Budget to boost infrastructure spending across the country, it has emerged.
Boris Johnson has been urged to “get a grip” and launch an investigation into the "astonishing" resignation of the Home Office’s top mandarin, Sir Philip Rutnam, over a bullying row with Priti Patel.
Deradicalisation programmes in prisons must be adequately funded and run – or we risk fuelling extremism, writes Baroness Huessein-Ece
Ministers have defended the decision to ditch an EU-wide agreement on the speedy extradition of criminals after Brexit.
What John Bercow’s moderately entertaining memoir lacks in self-reflection and modesty it more than makes up for in score-settling vitriol, writes Patrick Kidd
The number of rough sleepers in the UK has more than doubled since 2010, new figures show.
Government should embrace a range of solutions to decarbonise heat in future homes with a focus on achieving set emission reduction targets rather than prescribing technologies, says OFTEC in its response to the recent Future Homes Standard consultation.
The Justice Secretary, the Solicitor General and Chair of the Bar Council have today given their backing to helping young people better understand justice and law.
Priti Patel to unveil eight-week process at the Chiefs’ summit.
People who assault police officers should face longer stints behind bars, Priti Patel has suggested.
Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor has called for Labour’s Tom Watson to be denied a peerage after a long-running inquiry found no evidence of a VIP paedophile ring operating in Westminster.
Ministers will have to spend an extra £54bn on public services if they are serious about ending austerity, a leading think tank has said.
Westminster’s political parties turned a “blind eye” to child abuse and instead sought to protect MPs from prosecution, a damning public inquiry has found.
Emergency legislation to block the automatic early release of convicted terrorists will become law by the end of this week after being rushed through Parliament.
Hundreds of social media accounts had to be shut down last year because they were being used inside prisons, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Britain's top civil servant has described a major Whitehall row with Priti Patel as a "distraction", as he ordered an end to "unattributable" media briefings by government officials.
Boris Johnson has expressed his "full confidence" in Home Secretary Priti Patel amid claims she had been cut out of intelligence briefings.
Federation reacts as IOPC backs out of gross misconduct which saw officers left in limbo for almost seven years.
The owners of venues in the UK could be legally required to introduce measures to protect them from terrorism under new plans by the Home Office.
Priti Patel has ordered a leak inquiry into a number of “hostile briefings” accusing her of bullying officials and losing the trust of MI5 on security issues.