At a time of wholesale change within the NHS, the Government has reiterated that NHS care is, and will remain, "free at the point of use".
But, as usual, there are some terms and conditions that you might want to read up on.
It's been a difficult few weeks for the Government, and not just because of the enduring EU referendum debate. The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith was set straight last week by the Chair of the UK statistics watchdog for his claims about the benefit cap and more recently the Education Secretary Michael Gove was
If you've been following the news this week the following might have caught your attention:
Sun, 13 May 2013
OPINION: Education Secretary Michael Gove wrote last month that "survey after survey has revealed disturbing historical ignorance, with one teenager in five believing Winston Churchill was a fictional character while 58 per cent think Sherlock Holmes was real.” He was writing in response
This morning we heard the Queen set out the Government's plans in her speech in the House of Lords.
The 2013-14 parliamentary session was opened with the announcement of 19 draft bills.
Here we link to a few factchecks as well as draft bills, consultations, and reports which relate to plans for the Government's third Commons agenda.
This Thursday, on 2 May, people across the country will have the chance to go to the polls. But who are they voting for and why does it matter?
As polling day approaches for the 2013 local elections in 34 councils across England and Wales, politicians have been ramping up their campaigning in the hope of catching voters' eyes.
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