DG Writer Kerry Barr talks talking cash machines...
According to The Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) the
As the country paid tribute to its troops on Remembrance Sunday, Health Minister Dan Poulter called for veterans to come forward and get services
Are you interested in a career in politics or public service? Do you want to give back to your community?
If so, there is now financial
Government Minister for Disabled People, Esther McVey has spoken about the importance of the work undertaken by Disabled People's User-Led
On Monday, the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) launched the first day of automatic enrolment into pensions, heralding the biggest change in
The Department of Health has clawed back £1bn from supplier CSC in a legally binding agreement announced this month.
Despite axing the NHS
The Innovation Labs grants programme, a collaborative project between Comic Relief, Nominet Trust and Right-Here has pledged £600,000 toward the
The government has this month launched a £2.6 million fund to support disabled people who wish to stand for elected office.
A new report estimates that £5.3 billion has been lost in earnings due to people being forced to drop out of the workforce to care for loved ones
Lord Freud has recently spoken out about his eagerness to get the details of the Welfare Reform Act “absolutely right”. The completed definitions