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Government 'wants big six energy firms to hold prices'

The big six energy firms are being urged by the Government to hold prices until the middle of 2015

Energy switching should take 24 hours, Government says

Switching energy firm shouldn't take five weeks, the Government said today as it pressed providers for 24-hour switching

Energy firms will face 'competition test', PM says

The Government is to launch a 'proper competition test' to see whether the energy market can be made more competitive

New tax-free childcare scheme – who wins, who loses? analyses the Government's new childcare scheme, which was announced today

Government plans more help with childcare costs

The Prime Minister and his deputy will publish the coalition's mid-term review, which includes a tax break for parents

Government's cheap energy plan unveiled

A plan to limit providers to four tariffs per fuel and move customers to a supplier's cheapest deal has been announced

Government to spell out cheap energy plan

Energy Secretary Ed Davey will flesh out proposals today to ensure all households are on the cheapest tariffs

Welfare reforms 'to hit disabled'

Around 500,000 disabled people are expected to lose out when the Disability Living Allowance is scrapped, says a report

David Cameron: law will force energy firms to offer cheapest deals

Energy firms will be forced to give customers the cheapest available deal under new legislation, says the Prime Minister

Government caps rail fares rise

Annual regulated rail fare rises in January 2013 and 2014 will not be as high as planned

George Osborne to make £10bn welfare cuts

Chancellor George Osborne will today confirm plans to slash billions more from the bill for welfare

Prime Minister David Cameron plans welfare crackdown

David Cameron will moot slashing benefits for families and young people today, in a major speech