Iain Duncan Smith's welfare project aims to simplify benefits system and ensure that work pays
Islamic militants are 'severe onanists' who turn to terror because they are 'rejected by women' says Mayor
Electoral Commission urges eligible people to register to vote well before the general election
Corruption not endemic, says police watchdog, but forces must be more proactive in seeking it out
Latest halal figures reveal that 2.4 million sheep and goats a year have throats slit while conscious
CPS advice to police aims to challenge rape myths and stereotypes, but it won't change the law
#Savedippy campaign begins on Twitter as public outcry emerges over removal of diplodocus skeleton
Top schools plummet down the league tables after government writes off International GCSEs
Nuisance calls 'out of control', with one billion unwanted calls a year, says government taskforce
Transport for London turns property developer in a bid to generate revenue without raising fares
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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