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As part of wider changes tackling irresponsible drinking, the Home Office today announced a consultation on a range of measures to reduce excessive alcohol consumption.

2 million low income and vulnerable households will get a £130 discount on fuel bills this winter, new figures reveal.

Proposals to ensure that all households are on the best deal for their gas and electricity were published today.

More than seven out of 10 new trainee teachers now have a high-quality degree - the highest proportion ever recorded.

The number of people who are unemployed has fallen again and there are 100,000 more people in work, according to new official statistics published today.

The number of people who are unemployed has fallen again and there are 100,000 more people in work, according to new official statistics published today.

Ben Houchen has today been selected as the Conservative candidate for the by-election in Middlesbrough.

Following the Dementia Challenge progress report and the launch of the Dementia Friends programme, the government has announced new measures to help those living with dementia.

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.