New figures have revealed a dramatic reduction in burglary across England and Wales, and latest statistics show that the crime is down by 6 per cent
The taxpayer is on course to save billions of pounds following the publication of the Government Digital strategy, which sets out how government services will be made easier to access online.
Eradicating wasteful spending across government departments has already saved £3.1 billion for the taxpayer this financial year, putting us on track to save £8 billion by year end.
The Conservative Police and Crime Comissioner campaign continued on Friday 26th October with another PCC Action Day.
This morning the Office of National Statistics announced that the UK’s economy had grown by 1% according to the official gross domestic product figures (GDP).
New figures released from the Department for Work and Pensions show that over 6000 people have been sanctioned for not taking part in mandatory work.
From 1 October 2012, thousands of small businesses and venues that host live music events will be freed from the burdens of unnecessary red tape.
Automatic enrolment, the biggest change in pensions for over a hundred years, starts today (Monday).
The Prime Minister is using his attendance at the UN General Assembly Ministerial debate in New York this week to promote British business across the Atlantic.
The Government has announced the first steps in a Government-funded bank to help small and medium sized businesses.