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video 03 August 2014 UK

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Compensation for 'garden city' neighbours? - video

Homeowners could be compensated by the state if the value of their property falls as a result of the building of new garden cities, says Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. James Blake reports.

article 15 July 2014 UK
News
Ciaran Jenkins by 'Bedroom tax' study raises serious questions

The day of a major cabinet reshuffle can often be used for other purposes, for example quietly unveiling a report into the much-criticised "bedroom tax". So is the much-maligned policy working?

article 11 June 2014 Business
Unemployment continues to fall, but pay growth drops significantly - despite government hopes that the so-called
'Cost of living crisis' returns to haunt government

Unemployment continues to fall, but pay growth drops significantly - despite government hopes that the so-called "cost of living crisis" is coming to an end.

article 07 June 2014 UK
News
by Will advertising swing the 2015 election?

Advertising has traditionally helped politicians to cement their ideas and given campaigns a clear direction. But what role will it play in the 2015 general election?

video 27 May 2014 UK

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Clegg: coaches to help teens find jobs - video

In his first public appearance since last week's elections, Deputy PM Nick Clegg announces that young people without a job are to be given tailored support from a "work coach".

article 23 May 2014 UK
You could be forgiven for thinking Ukip won the council elections. It didn't, but a strong showing from Nigel Farage's party has sent shockwaves through the Tories, Labour and Lib Dems (Getty)
by Local elections 2014 - the key questions

You could be forgiven for thinking Ukip won the council elections. It didn't, but a strong showing from Nigel Farage's party has sent shockwaves through the Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats.

article 11 May 2014 UK
News
Michael Gove accused of 'lunacy' in 400m free schools row

Michael Gove is an "ideologically obsessed zealot" who pushed through 400m of cuts to funding for extra school places to help plug a financial black hole in the free schools project, it is claimed.

article 07 May 2014 Politics
The general election is exactly a year away and predicting a winner has never been harder. Channel 4 News looks at three banana skins that could change everything (Reuters)
by Election 2015: three potential banana skins before the vote

The general election is exactly a year away and predicting a winner has never been harder. Channel 4 News looks at three banana skins that could change everything.

article 29 April 2014 UK
After years in the doldrums, Britain appears to be in the midst of  sustainable growth. But it is not good news all round (Reuters)
by Why not everyone is benefiting from economic growth

After years in the doldrums, Britain appears to be in the midst of sustainable growth. But it's not good news all round.