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ET Severance pay for politically exempt staff within ministers' office must be paid out according to guidelines set by the Treasury Board, headed by Tony Clement, but separation payouts are at the discretion of the ministers within Treasury Board
A senior Conservative has praised British MPs as paragons of virtues compared to politicians in other countries despite a rash of sleaze, corruption and dubious expenses claims. A senior Conservative has praised British MPs as paragons of virtues
Both Ukip and the BNP have drawn their strongest support from the left behind in Britain: older, white working class voters who have few or no educational qualifications.' Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Ever since it was formed in 1993, Ukip has faced
Tony Blair gives evidence in January 2010 to the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war. Photograph: Pa Nick Clegg has called for the immediate publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war and urged those likely to be criticised to accept the
Many are asking if minister for straight women wouldn't be a more accurate job title for Nicky Morgan.' Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images Following the shambolic appointment of Nicky Morgan to the role of women's minister last week, Ed Miliband
Latest first Oldest first Auto update: On Off Updates: 10.31am BST The Treasury has today published a report following a new "dynamic modelling" study of the impact of the decision to stop automatic fuel duty rises in the budget of March 2011.
Dan Kitwood/Getty Up to three new garden cities with at least 15,000 homes each will be built to tackle Britain's chronic housing shortage, Nick Clegg will say on Monday. The deputy prime minister will issue a "call to arms for visionaries" to set
The book, co-written by Simon Danczuk, Smith's successor as MP for Rochdale, gives horrifying accounts of how this 29st man, the single most recognisable figure in his party, sadistically forced himself on some of his most vulnerable constituents.
Two committees of influential MPs are in a race over which of them can first publish reports rebuking the Government and its advisers over the £3.3bn privatisation of Royal Mail. The Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee has been
As the vote in September nears, the argument about Scottish independence is naturally becoming more tense. And so, as the stakes get higher, is the argument about what the Scottish independence opinion polls are currently saying. To read some