'All eyes will be on the reaction from Brussels' as Switzerland votes to limit immigration from the EU
The Derby school ‘symbolises everything wrong with free school programme’, claims Labour
Former high-flier had no hope of a future role in a Tory government after embarrassing his party, say insiders
Environment Secretary's emergency operation means trusty Eric Pickles now takes charge of flooding
Chancellor defends Help to Buy scheme but says more needs to be done to tackle housing imbalance
Mayor is thinking ahead of today's Underground strike to the impending battle over driverless trains
Did Labour sources leak the internal report which claims Unite manipulated the candidate selection?
As Tory donor is tipped to replace Labour Ofsted chair, talk grows of 'full-blown' conflict in government
Write out 100 times: for every parent who dislikes his Thatcherite tone, there’s another who agrees about the Three Rs
The Education Secretary must stop fighting 'The Blob' and listen to education experts, says Sir David Bell
Men dressed as ancient Romans take part in a parade to mark the 2,767th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Known as Natale di Roma, the annual celebration has taken place since 1870.
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