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Department for Education urged to lead social mobility drive on back of problems with free childcare provision
Chief executive Jon Thompson says government will still deliver free childcare to 200,000 households by end of August
Osborne-led department rapped Theresa May’s domain over pay agreement for child-abuse inquiry chief, it has emerged
Meanwhile, Conservative Bernard Jenkin retains helm of Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee, while Labour’s Meg Hillier keeps hold of Public Accounts Committee
Attorney general Jeremy Wright reveals the government is rethinking the plan, which had been criticised by some senior legal figures
Government to set out legislative plans on Wednesday as talks with the DUP continue over support deal
Senior Number 10 figures replaced by former housing minister Gavin Barwell, who lost his seat in the general election
Polls open until 10pm across the country
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn cross country on last day of campaigning
Plan for hung parliament set out as polls show election race tightening
Wealthy pensioners will lose state-funded fuel allowance under Tory plans to shake-up the social care system, Theresa May will announce today.
Think tank says lock is bad policy and is a serious constraint on the ability of the government to raise additional revenues
Theresa May has announced that she intends to hold an early general election on 8 June.
Theresa May’s advisers “lack strategic perspective” to take advantage of the opportunities of Brexit, a former Treasury minister has said.
Theresa May has urged Brexiteers and Remainers to “come together” as she prepares to formally trigger the Article 50 process today.
International trade secretary's warning comes after reports officials in his department were dismissive of Commonwealth trade plan
HMRC confirms it will look again at tax credits withdrawn by the US contractor
Proceedings set to last for four days, with a ruling due in the new year
Government efficiency targets have only made the financial position of NHS bodies worse, warns the National Audit Office
George Osborne's successor at the Treasury says his fiscal approach will involve "recognising the need for investment"
Report set to call for MPs to move to Richmond House while the Lords could relocate to the Queen Elizabeth II conference
Treasury committee chair Andrew Tyrie wants a return to publishing Treasury analysis that shows how policies will impact household incomes
UK's new prime minister is said to be considering lifting the requirement for local authorities to have elected mayors to get devolution deals
The UK ran a surplus of just £1bn last month – £200m lower than July 2015
Official evaluation seen by Newsnight suggests much-heralded programme has had a limited impact on employment, criminality and truancy
Home secretary Amber Rudd says she intends to appoint a new chair for the troubled inquiry “as soon as possible"
Vice-chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University to lead body that will grade higher education institutions on the quality of their teaching
Shadow cabinet office minister Louise Haigh writes to the cabinet secretary over concerns Fiona Hill did not inform officials about a job with lobbying firm Lexington Communications
People “ought to be given an opportunity to think again” about the vote for Brexit, says Conservative peer Baroness Wheatcroft
Reports claim Whitehall has ethical concerns about former prime minister's "brazen" request for peerages and other honours for former aides
Ex-Cabinet Office minister defends lack of contingency planning – but acknowledges dearth of trade deal expertise
Top Tory women said to be in line for Cabinet promotions as Theresa May takes over from David Cameron
Downing Street says Cameron will "try to foster constructive support around the table with all 27 leaders of the other member states" – as fellow EU leaders make clear that
Speaking from the Treasury, chancellor says UK will face decision to leave European Union from a "position of strength" – but defers decision to cut spending and raise taxes
Former aide to the prime minister says officials "directly and explicitly" told Downing Street EU freedom of movement would undermine pledge to bring net migration below 100,000
Communities committee chair Clive Betts says councils are "worried that their spending needs and the funding of their local services will not be supported by their business rates revenue"