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Posts Tagged: Downing Street
Even adults are now being offered guidance on everything from climate change to whether they should wear a face mask.
Christian Wakeford: The number of pupils doing A-Level maths is fantastic – but higher education is not doing enough to support them
The mathematical sciences contribute over £200 billion to the UK economy. So we must do our utmost to foster talent in this field.
Her influence developed long before she moved into 10 Downing Street via her work over the last decade within the Conservative Party.
Ryan Bourne: Will the Government’s new High Potential Individual visa actually attract top global talent?
Questions have been raised about whether the visa route will truly be as liberal as some have implied
John Pullinger has done little to quell concerns that the body interferes in issues beyond its remit.
The channel has done well to recruit voices from the podcast market and other unorthodox media channels.
Iain Dale: Cummings is behaving like a woman or man scorned. But you can’t dismiss all that he says.
Plus: If there’s a reshuffle it’ll surely be in late July or early September. And: My interview with David Amess.
Spoiler alert. At the end of the movie, the space ship is saved, though only after an horrifically high number of those on board have died.
The Troubles’ legal cases. After yesterday’s outcome, could the Government return to Lord Caine’s proposal?
Formerly an adviser to six secretaries of state for Northern Ireland, his idea involves no changes to the law – and a certificate system.
Slowing the loss of senior staff is integral to shoring up Johnson’s Government – and enabling it to deliver
The pace of departure, the allegations about him and how they’re being handled are all inextricably linked.
The Trade Secretary is pressed over the arrangements for paying to redecorate the Prime Minister’s flat in Downing Street.
A new volume of essays puts special advisers in historical context, and suggests the Cabinet has been marginalised by a succession of over-mighty PMs.
The DfE has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at school reopenings. But the perennial problem is communication.
Up against the noisy unions, it’s struggled to convey the safety of schools compared to other environments.
The Government has put lateral flow tests at the heart of its plans to ease lockdown.