Experts agree that painting is the work of the Old Master after 50 years of controversy
Reform of planning and employment law has been endlessly promised but never seems to happen
History Boys writer back with a 'mordantly funny' take on the English heritage industry
New Cabinet arrival sent Mafia-style threat to London mayor and called National Trust 'latter-day Luddites'
Heathrow unguarded, a climate change sceptic at Environment and a green belt sceptic at Planning
Cameron and Osborne hope relaxing planning laws will drag UK out of recession - but we've been here before
Coalition expected to relaunch planning reforms on the day before the March Budget
Heir to the throne wanted the organisation to change the design for its HQ after becoming its patron after the death of the Queen Mother