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The UK Green Investment Bank (UK GIB) moved a step closer to going live today as the Business Secretary announced the formation of the public company and the appointment of its top directors.

Universal Credit will go live in the Greater Manchester and Cheshire region in April 2013 – six months before the national roll-out, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has announced today.

Business Secretary, Vince Cable today presented the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to Parliament. The Bill is a central element in the Government’s aim for strong, sustainable and balanced growth, powered by investment, exports, technology and enterprise


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A new wage incentive scheme to encourage employers to give young disabled people further work opportunities is being announced today by the Minister for Disabled People


From today, lone parents will start getting the help they need to look for work earlier rather than stay on benefits, Work and Pensions Minister Maria Miller has announced


The National Audit Office has today reported on the creation of Northern Rock plc, its financial performance while in public ownership, whether the sale of Northern Rock plc was the best available option and whether its sale was well handled


New Which? research reveals consumers struggling to pay for food and bills are getting caught in a payday loans debt trap. Our research also reveals that payday lenders' websites could be exacerbating the problem


The Commons Public Accounts Committee publishes its report into Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission: Cost Reductions


Responding to the latest labour market statistics, which showed a fall in unemployment of 45,000 over the three months to March, Graeme Leach, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors, said..


The National Audit Office has today issued a report examining arrangements at the Department for Work and Pensions for detecting and preventing fraud and improper practices in employment programmes


Young people continue to bear the brunt of the jobs crisis, with nearly 11 million 15 to 24 - year-olds out of work in OECD countries in early 2012


Rising food prices and soaring gas and electricity bills have meant that the cost of living has been going up faster for the poorest households than it has for the richest ones, according to a TUC living standards tracker launched today (Friday)


Need to protect £7.4bn contribution by heritage tourism to the UK economy justifies greater Government priority for heritage science


The UK economy will see growth resume in the second half of 2012, with faster GDP growth during 2013, according to the latest quarterly CBI economic forecast


New Consumer Focus research shows that banks’ customer service advisers are unclear of the rules around Continuous Payment Authorities (CPA) and could be giving customers incorrect advice as a result


The Commons Public Accounts Committee publishes its 81st Report of Session 2010-12, on equity investment in privately financed projects


Ed Balls MP, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, responding to today’s US economic growth figures, said...


Public Accounts Committee publishes its 80th Report of this Session which, on the basis of evidence from the Cabinet Office and the Treasury, examines recent progress made with cost reduction by central government departments and planning for the current spending review period from 2010 to 2015


The Home Office has made good progress in improving its financial management since 2009 when the National Audit Office last evaluated its financial capability. The Department is delivering value for money in terms of exercising financial control over its core business activities


Ed Balls MP, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, in response to today’s economic growth figures, said..


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