Cameron to compromise over childcare?
''We'll find a way forward that I hope will be good for people who want affordable childcare,'' he says
Universal Jobmatch – government ignorance over job outcomes
The government does not know how many people are being employed as a result of its new Universal Jobmatch website, a minister has admitted
Fight with civil service is 'political dogma'
Changes the government is making to civil servants' terms and conditions have nothing to do with austerity, says FDA
Clegg dismisses unemployment naysayers
Figures show the number of people out of work increased by 15,000 in the first quarter of this year
Clegg tackles the EU Bone of contention
The Deputy Prime Minister denies that the Tories are the only party offering the public an in-out referendum on the European Union
''My government will continue to focus on building a stronger economy''
The Queen's speech outlining the coalition's legislative programme contained 17 bills but it has already been criticised as a lost opportunity to stimulate growth. Here is the full text of what Her Majesty said
Data: it must actually mean something
The public sector, from Whitehall to local government, is pretty poor at making good use of the masses of data it holds – and things have got to change, delegates at Public Service Events' Making Data Work conference were told. Matthew D'Arcy reports