The Prime Minister has today announced the government's plans to reform the public sector, and put an end to the "take-what-you're-given-culture".
The Prime Minister has committed to publishing key data on the National Health Service, schools, criminal courts and transport. This represents the most ambitious open data agenda of any government anywhere in the world.
The Prime Minister has today announced that government offices in Whitehall have smashed carbon emission targets, having cut carbon use by 14% in just one year.
The Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Health have paid tribute to the tireless hard work and dedication of doctors and nurses who have transformed millions of lives since the NHS was created 63 years ago.
The Secretary of State for Culture Jeremy Hunt has today announced a £55 million scheme to help arts and heritage organisations secure their future financial stability.
An independent report proved today that Local Government and Communities Secretary Eric Pickles made a correct decision in ordering the end of the Labour implemented FiReControl project.
Watford MP Richard Harrington has acclaimed yesterday's jobs fair a huge success after over 4,500 people attended the event, which was offering more than 600 jobs and apprenticeships.
Michael Gove has set out measures to empower teachers, reduce bureaucracy and make schools more accountable.
Andrew Robathan MP has today confirmed that the MoD will be doubling the Council Tax Relief for service personnel on eligible operations overseas.
The Coalition Government has today set out its vision for reforming higher education.