Figures released by the Office of National Statistics reveal there are nearly a million more working households under this Conservative government.
Theresa May has begun strengthening Britain’s ties and influence in Asia with an ambitious three-day trip to Japan.
This week we are providing certainty for British businesses and consumers, assuring them that goods will be available in the UK and EU on the day we leave the EU.
Under the Conservatives, young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are around 73 per cent more likely to enter higher education now than in 2006.
Yesterday, Shadow International Trade Minister Bill Esterson was asked 11 times on the Today Programme – and a further 5 times on 5Live – what Labour’s plan for customs union membership is, and each time he refused to say.
Today, we have set out a series of principles to govern our approach to the #NorthernIreland border as we leave the #EU.
We are publishing the first in a series of papers on the new deep and special partnership the UK wants to build with the EU.
We have some of the highest animal welfare standards in the world, and we should be rightly proud of the way in which the UK has led the way in the protection of animals.
Since the Conservatives entered government in May 2010 we have put record funding into our special #NHS which has enabled us to hire 2,000 more NHS midwives.
Today, the Health Secretary will announce 500 extra medical school places for next year – boosting student doctor numbers.
This is the biggest ever expansion to the number of doctor training places as well as on of the most inclusive.