Fifa urged to publish World Cup report

Culture secretary intervenes in dispute about award of football tournaments

Margaret Hodge, who chairs the Commons' public accounts committee
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Universal credit benefit faces more delay

New IT system falls six months behind schedule

Clegg backs benefit curbs for immigrants

Deputy prime minister pre-empts Cameron over crackdown

Pro-Brussels Tories begin fightback

Relaunch of Conservative MPs group aims to counter eurosceptics

Private schools hit back at Labour threat

Plan to remove tax privileges harms social mobility, say heads

MPs slam Facebook in Lee Rigby case

Killer of UK soldier in London had discussed murder online

Chancellor George Osborne
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Osborne to pledge balanced budget law

Trap for Labour in statute to eliminate deficit by 2017-18

Reform of banks ‘will take a generation’

Messages from top executives do not reach frontline, study finds

How to tackle the UK immigration problem

Our aim must be to return freedom of movement to its original intention: a right to work, writes Nick Clegg

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Growth in UK ‘sharing economy’ envisaged

Market for access over ownership could be worth £9bn by 2025

An answer to Britain’s schools divide

Labour’s education policies need to focus on the state sector

UK backs down on pension reporting rules

Part of reform on cashing in defined contribution savings deemed unworkable by experts

A US expatriate shares tax pain

‘Oops-Americans’ face a life of torturous paper-pushing

Parties told to close ‘candour deficit’ over cuts

Resolution Foundation says politicians are failing to inform the public over fiscal targets

Labour’s Murphy backs Scots income tax devolution

Favourite to become Scottish Labour leader calls for change in policy

Autumn Statement 2014: Kids TV tax boost

Chancellor ‘looking seriously’ at helping children’s creative sector

Focus shifts to visa exit checks

Latest push to clamp down on visa abuse by non-EU migrants

Cameron pressed to make key address

Ex-minister urges PM to start two-year process of withdrawing UK from EU

UK home secretary and the Isis challenge

Conservative minister is right to opt for new anti-terror laws

Terror measures target education and prisons

Legal obligation to prevent people being radicalised

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