‘Workplace Isa’ to shake-up pensions market

Ros Altmann floats idea of new forms of retirement saving

RAF faces struggle to find more firepower

UK military challenged on commitments amid talk of Syria strikes

UK considers air strikes on Isis in Syria

Defence secretary cites ‘strong case’ to bomb militants

BBC’s Isis ‘impartiality’ upsets ministers

Broadcaster rejects pressure to change way it refers to group

Downgrade feared for UK export body

Job cuts expected at UKTI as roles spun out to other departments

SNP mocks Evel plans for Commons bills

Opposition unites to condemn ‘English-only votes’

UK bank regulator earned £701,000 last year

Wheatley runs body branded ‘dysfunctional’ by parliament

Whitehall eyes big housing benefit cuts

Key part of Osborne’s attempts to find £12bn in welfare savings

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BBC to axe more than 1,000 jobs

Unexpected rise in number of households without TV licences

New Blues home may appeal more to accountants than fans

Current Chelsea home smaller than London rivals’

On the wrong side of the argument?

Chief executive Martin Wheatley’s tough approach may be out of fashion

Cameron steps up UK’s fight against Isis

Lifting parliament’s prohibition on missions over Syria is justified

Complaints soar over data abuse

Information commissioner says nuisance calls from companies ‘making lives a misery’

Tax-free childcare initiative delayed

Subsidy for working parents will not address supply shortage

Audiences happier with main TV stations

Rise in approval comes despite 15% cut in budgets for UK shows

US-style student grade system urged for UK

Universities minister wants to help employers find top candidates

Keep politics out of infrastructure

Economy needs independent body to identify needs and priorities

MPs urged to reconsider Syria air strikes

Defence secretary hints at fresh Commons debate after PM’s defeat in 2013

NHS medicines to be labelled with price

Health secretary proposes slogan: ‘Funded by the UK taxpayer’

Tories to unveil ‘English votes’ plan

Proposals will curb Commons’ voting rights of Scottish MPs

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