Elderly care funding 'can't wait until 2016'
The elderly care system needs more money now and the coalition must not let people down on long-term funding, says Lord Warner
Tuition fees ''could be limited to £6,000''
There are strong arguments for university funding to be increased, even in times of austerity, says think tank
'Merge NHS and adult social care budgets'
Government reforms alone will not solve the challenge of funding social care, says King's Fund
HMRC ''complacent'' over tax credit errors
HM Revenue & Customs' claim that it was responsible for only 2.5 per cent of errors was ''far-fetched'', says public accounts committee
Clegg dismisses unemployment naysayers
Figures show the number of people out of work increased by 15,000 in the first quarter of this year
Pensions debt presents potential challenge to Scottish independence
Trade unions appear to be in denial that any problem exists with state pensions but a realistic and sustainable plan is desperately needed, writes David Davison
Spend wisely and society benefits, says Holbrook
It will take time and effort to embed social value in commissioning, but throughout the journey we must not lose sight of what is at the core of the Social Value Act – spending money from the public purse more wisely so that society profits while business is being done