New welfare reform plans include the proposal that free English language training would be required for jobseekers whose poor English is stopping them getting a job.
Today's report from the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) has been welcomed by the Government as an important step towards a new banking system that supports lending, the economy and jobs.
Reforming our slow and inefficient planning system will be good news for small business looking to expand.
A new £10million fund to find and back innovative new ideas for increasing volunteering and charitable giving was opened today by Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society.
Around a dozen Free Schools are set to open their doors this week.
New figures today reveal a dramatic increase in the number of pupils taking core subjects at GCSE in England.
Baroness Warsi has sent her best wishes to all those in the UK and around the world celebrating the special day of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Results show there was an increase in the proportion of entries awarded between an A* and a C grade with 69.8% of entries making that grade.
New official figures from Companies House show that over half a million new companies have been created under the Coalition Government.
Results published today show that the percentage of students achieving grade A or better at A-level remains unchanged at 27.0 per cent compared with 2010.