Currently only companies with 250 or more employees are required to report on their gender pay gaps, but a committee wants smaller firms to publish the information too
Around one million public sector workers will benefit from the biggest pay rise in almost 10 years
But the Prime Minister, whose Government has tabled a motion calling for the current parliamentary session to be cut short, has been accused of "running scared" amid Brexit turmoil.
The £4.5 million initiative aimed at making society more inclusive for the LGBT community brands so-called "gay cure" conversion therapies "abhorrent"
Theresa May will meet with senior ministers on Friday to discuss the new model at Chequers, as the plans are yet to be made available to the public.
The Government said the change was designed to reduce the potential for large losses and cut the risk of harm to both players and the wider community.
More than 6,000 visa applications for highly skilled workers like scientists, IT specialists and doctors with job offers in the UK were refused because of a Government-imposed cap on numbers, it has been revealed.
Funding for brain cancer research will double to £40 million alongside a national roll out for gold standard testing, No 10 has confirmed.
The new policy will see £50 million in funding being given to the UK's 163 grammar schools if they want to take in more pupils
The Government have won a motion to drop part two of the Leveson inquiry into press standards.
The Lords backed further amendments to the Brexit withdrawal bill, meaning it'll go to a vote in the House of Commons.
NUS Vice President Amatey Doku said no new legislation had been proposed to stop universities no-platforming certain speakers
Andrew Bridgen MP said John Bercow should "consider his position" after a former employee accused him of angry outbursts
As the Home Secretary steps down, political expert Scott Lucas says the UK's immigration policy urgently needs overhauling
She told reporters there were still "discussions to be had" over whether to say in the union following Brexit
Secondary ticketing platform Viagogo has been warned it’ll face legal action unless it resolves concerns around the information given to customers
'A very contested piece of legislation across government departments', says peer
'Theresa May must listen to the growing chorus of voices and rethink her approach,' says Shadow Brexit Secretary
Theresa May wants to help a million girls living in developing Commonwealth nations go to school for longer
The Home Secretary said she'll do 'whatever it takes' to ensure the streets of Britain are safe
Some believe the sugar tax isn't the right step to take in the fight against obesity
Former police officer Peter Kirkham claims Theresa May was warned police cuts would lead to a rise in violence
Julia Hartley-Brewer discussed child poverty with author and former teacher Francis Gilbert
The plastic deposit return scheme, which is supposed to help people recycle, seems to have angered those who already do...
Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham says terrorist attack protocol needs more flexibility
Theresa May has warned Britain's enemies that they should be in no doubt the 'every capability at our disposal' will be used to defeat them
Jeremy Corbyn is to launch the Labour Party's campaign in Manchester, ahead of local elections in May
It's claimed the new blue passport may be made outside of the UK
talkRADIO hosts says it's a nonsense that we're paying for immigrants to learn the language
Former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer said it was not appropriate for Corbyn to speak out once the Government had decided its position
Ellie Phillips spoke to Mike Graham and Johnson after the new website for the discounted youth rail scheme crashed, piling fresh embarrassment upon the government and Philip Hammond
Domestic abusers could also be banned from drinking alcohol or forced to attend parenting programmes
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia are fighting for their lives in hospital
Justice Secretary David Gauke is examining a change to decisions on where inmates are held
Ed Miliband claims he may have 'laid some of the foundations' for Jeremy Corbyn
The Prime Minister is discussing her speech with her top ministerial team today
Corbyn's call for a new customs union could mean Labour supporting Brexit trade bill amendments
The Foreign Secretary is to make a speech, the first of six which are said to set out plans for Brexit
The package was discovered in a corridor underneath the House Of Commons chamber
Alex Wild, of the Taxpayers' Alliance, said we need action after Oxfam sex allegations
It is thought Isis supporters are using less well-known areas of the internet to spread their views
Oxfam denies cover-up, but Penny Mordaunt says charity will lose partnership status if they don't display 'moral leadership'
MPs have viewed forecasts for Brexit, however the Government says they don't reflect the outcome it wants in negotiations
MP Nicky Morgan thinks the Government needs to release more information about the outcome of Brexit
Theresa May says MPs will be given 'appropriate' analysis papers before voting on Brexit
The former communications director for Theresa May said MP Nadhim Zahawi was probably just told Government will say he had a 'dressing down'