Religious art project receives £9m boost

Chris Mullin, Chairman of HLF (left) with Jonathan Ruffer, Chairman of Auckland Castle Trust as Auckland Castle secures £9m Heritage Lottery Fund backing
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Lottery Fund grant to restore state rooms at Auckland Castle

One in 10 toddlers use own tablet

Three to four-year-olds have own device to keep them entertained

UK and US graduates ‘weaker on numeracy’

OECD data show jobless young face problems moving to workplace

UK to set strike ballot limits

Union members will need to ‘opt in’ to political contributions

Queen’s Speech: List of bills

Taxi drivers and scooter riders currently training for their license take part in a demonstration in central London
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Cameron weighs in on London cabbies clash

PM says people should enjoy high-quality service

Regulation alone will not restore markets

Bankers need to show they know right from wrong

Ofcom warns of spectrum move

Regulator to award bandwidth if one group becomes too dominant

Founding fathers offer UK a union lesson

A more extensive form of solidarity compensates for differences in needs and resources

BoE shake-up aims to boost transparency

Details of interest rate discussion to be released with decision

BoE’s Taylor attacks ringfencing critics

UK’s biggest banks continue to fight against changes

UK welfare cuts seen as hard to achieve

IFS study finds proposals will reduce spending only £1bn

Two more milestones on road to devolution

Coventry puts economic necessity above regional pride

A double vote boast in the UK election

Should I report him or let sleeping dogs lie?

How to handle sexist culture at work

The difficulty is whether to speak out or turn the other cheek

Sturgeon vows to fight UK spending cuts

SNP casts itself as leading opposition in Westminster after winning 56 of Scotland’s 59 seats

Confidence returns to UK retailers

Outlook at most optimistic level since 1988, CBI survey shows

Javid caught up in 02 network failure

Business secretary demands that mobile operator ‘sort it out’

Sturgeon to launch ‘business pledge’

SNP to support companies promising to pay a living wage

Lack of sleep found to lower productivity

Drinking alcohol and smoking seem to make no difference, study finds

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