New figures show that in the past year, the unemployment rate has remained at its lowest since 1975 and real wages grew for the fifth consecutive month, helping families keep more money in their pockets.
We have announced £2.4 billion of taxpayers’ money will be saved and reinvested into NHS frontline services over the next five years, as we replace a costly and outdated model for purchasing goods and services for the NHS.
Today, the Prisons Minister announced £10 million funding to fight drugs, improve security and boost leadership capabilities in ten of the most challenging prisons in the country, in order to reduce reoffending and better protect the public.
The International Trade Secretary has announced that Taiwan is set to welcome British pork exports for the first time in a deal worth more than £50 million, supporting jobs in the UK as we make sure we are a truly Global Britain
Today the Education Secretary will set out his vision to put technology at the heart of education, helping every child to get the best start in life and the skills they need to go as far as their talents and hard work can take them.
We have launched a new network of language centres across the country to improve the teaching of modern foreign languages – helping to give children the best start in life and deliver a skilled workforce fit for the future.