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Prince Charles’s letters to ministers to remain private, court rules

Prince Charles’s letters to ministers to remain private, court rules

Judges have ruled that the public has no right to read documents that would reveal how Prince Charles has sought to alter government policies.

Three high court judges have have …

Post Office executives and managers share £15million bonus pot as branches struggle to survive

Post Office executives and managers share £15million bonus pot as branches struggle to survive

Post Office executives and managers are being paid £15.4million in bonuses – as many sub-postmasters see their incomes slashed.

More than £2million was shared between just …

National police unit monitors 9,000 ‘domestic extremists’

National police unit monitors 9,000 ‘domestic extremists’

A national police unit that uses undercover officers to spy on political groups is currently monitoring almost 9,000 people it has deemed “domestic extremists”.

The National Domestic Extremism Unit is using surveillance techniques

Justice ministry under pressure to curb attacks on family court judges

Justice ministry under pressure to curb attacks on family court judges

Judges dealing with sensitive issues – including child custody – in the family courts have had hate mail sent to their homes, been physically attacked and been victims of …

£543m cost of botched Tory NHS reforms: Cuts leave hospitals in critical condition

£543m cost of botched Tory NHS reforms: Cuts leave hospitals in critical condition

Ministers have spent £543million in the past two years to rescue hospitals struggling to keep afloat because of the Government’s NHS cuts and reforms.

Figures obtained by …

Unofficial exclusions leave thousands of vulnerable children without education

Unofficial exclusions leave thousands of vulnerable children without education

The government and local authorities are failing to identify vulnerable children who are being denied an education illegally, a Guardian investigation has found.

Experts fear thousands of under-16s are falling out …

Government ‘hands were tied’ on Ash dieback import ban

Ash dieback: government claimed its ‘hands were tied’ on import ban

The government claimed it was powerless to ban imports of infected trees because its “hands were tied” by EU and world trade rules when it was warned in September …

The Day in FoIA: The UK military’s revolving doors and local councils braced for non-payment of tax

MoD staff and thousands of military officers join arms firms

Senior military officers and Ministry of Defence officials have taken up more than 3,500 jobs in arms companies over the past 16 years, according to figures that reveal the extent …

Not enough teachers for next generation of midwives

Not enough teachers for next generation of midwives

There are too few teachers to train the increased number of student midwives entering the system, new figures show.

The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) submitted freedom of information requests to 56 …

Thousands of 999 police axed as cuts hit police frontline

The Guardian has reported that figures released under the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) have revealed that there are now 5,000 less police officers dealing with emergency 999 calls since the 2010 general election.

All of England and Wales’s 43 …

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