Buyers could need planning consent for a holiday home
Ministers will make it harder for new properties to be turned into holiday homes under plans to see off a Tory rebellion on planning rules.Michael Gove, the ho
Liz Truss will stand again as MP at general election
Conservative HQ has asked MPs to decide whether they will contest seat by end of 5 December
Starmer: private school VAT exemption is ‘trickle-down education’
The Labour leader accused the prime minister of continually making exemptions for undeserving sectors
Ukraine war: Germany to cover energy bills as gas prices soar
Germany is spending €300bns to shield its people from soaring energy bills. Will it work?
Former Tory chair joins rebellion over Sunak’s onshore windfarm ban
Jake Berry is latest senior MP to urge prime minister to amend de facto block on new projects in England
Michael Gove shaken by conditions on visit to to mould death estate
Michael Gove consoled a pregnant woman on a visit to the same Rochdale estate where a two-year-old boy died as she broke down in tears explaining the mould in h
Let’s reverse the mad experiment of Brexit | Letters
Letters: Readers on the anti-Brexit mood in the country, the folly of looking to a Swiss-style deal and the need for rational dialogue
Family of boy who died from mould in flat calls for housing board to resign
Awaab Ishak’s family say they have no confidence in the board of Rochdale Boroughwide Housing
Awaab Ishak: Parents want law to stop further mould deaths in homes
The two-year-old died from a respiratory condition caused by exposure to mould in his family's flat.
My local GP tool: Check NHS appointment delays and face-to-face availability
Use our interactive search bar to see how your practice is performing against others in your area
Tens of thousands of homes unsafe, says Michael Gove
Levelling up secretary’s comments come days after coroner said death of toddler Awaab Ishak was caused by exposure to mould
A Crisis of Leadership and the Shortening of the Ministerial Lifespan – Byline Times
Max Colbert reveals that 147 members of the Government have either resigned or been sacked this year alone — one every two days
Brits to be told how to save energy | The Week UK
Have showers not baths, turn down radiators and lower boiler temperatures, the government will advise
Boris Johnson and Liz Truss join forces for wind farm rebellion
Boris Johnson and Liz Truss have joined a backbench rebellion over energy policy in their first major parliamentary interventions since leaving No 10.The two f
Ireland charges £50 to see a GP. So why shouldn’t the NHS?
If the NHS is Britain’s national religion — its pride and joy, the jewel in its crown — then the idea of charging for it is a heresy. Yet every few years, a politician voices the great taboo: given the NHS is strapped for cash, might it be worth imp
The Guardian view on unsafe housing: underinvestment costs lives
Editorial: The mould that caused the death of Awaab Ishak is widespread in substandard social homes
'Abandon the Energy Charter Treaty'
UK urged to quit treaty that ‘puts fossil fuel interests before climate action’.
Pay of housing association bosses 'off the charts', says Robert Jenrick
Speaking after the death of two-year-old Awaab Ishak, the former housing secretary says the organisations have "moved away from their charitable and social purposes".
Boss at housing association where boy killed by mould sacked
Awaab Ishak died from a respiratory condition caused by mould in the one-bedroom flat where he lived
Awaab Ishak: Family say racism played a part in toddlers death from mould in flat
THE FAMILY of a two-year-old boy who died from a respiratory condition caused by “extensive”...
Housing Secretary vows to hold landlords to account following death of toddler
Michael Gove said his department would ‘name and shame’ landlords who had breached consumer standards.
Awaab Ishak: Toddler's mould death is unacceptable says government minister
A coroner has ruled that the two-year-old died from exposure to mould in the flat in Rochdale.
'Window of opportunity' to solve Northern Irish protocol, says Irish PM
Michael Martin says relations between the UK and EU have 'improved very significantly' and there is a chance for a deal over the post-Brexit trade arrangements.
All capital spending under review ahead of Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement
Grant Shapps hints scaling back of Northern Powerhouse Rail could be among cost-saving measures
Transport Secretary: Government remains ‘committed’ to HS2
Mark Harper made the comment after Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove suggested capital investment for HS2 will be reviewed.