Academy wins £250,000 for work to raise the attainment of its disadvantaged pupils
Sports bodies are signing up to the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation to help remove stigma and prejudice around mental health.
Strategy launched to connect up the great cities of the north to build a northern powerhouse.
Nick Clegg has secured £1.25 billion of new funding as part of today’s budget to help children and new mothers with mental health issues.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer gave his Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 18 March 2015.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg announce largest real-terms increase in adult National Minimum Wage since 2008 and a 20% increase for apprentices.
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The Deputy Prime Minister works on the full range of government policy. He takes a special interest in creating jobs, cutting taxes, help for working families, stimulating local growth and improving social mobility to create a fairer society.
Free school meals
On 2 September 2014, Nick Clegg launched free school meals for every child in the first 3 years of primary school.
Giving England’s cities new powers and freedoms through City Deals.
Helping families by making childcare more affordable and work more flexible.
Investing in long-term plans to create jobs that last, and boost local economies.
Cutting tax to help hard-pressed families and supporting businesses to create jobs.
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