Therese Coffey said calls for the Culture Secretary to resign are not representative of how most in the Conservative Party feel.
The new NHS boss may want to make cuts to tackle a £30 billion shortfall, but could face a fight with a General Election approaching.
The Chancellor has written a joint article with German counterpart Wolfgang Schauble on the need for changes within the EU.
What George Osborne is offering is hope. Less clear is whether it will be enough to provide the strong growth the economy still needs.
George Osborne presents a bleak picture his likely announcement's next week in the budget, suggesting more work to be done on the economy.
More specialist doctors may be needed if Britain is to catch up with France in the treatment of dementia, a top neurologist told ITV News.
The shadow education secretary has weighed into the row between the Department for Education and the chief inspector of schools.
Ed Balls will use his economic speech today to try and show Labour is a serious alternative to the Tories after the next General Election.
Francis Maude told ITV News that the initial implementation of Iain Duncan Smith's Universal Credit system had been "pretty lamentable".
The sudden demise of the Discovery New School is likely to undermine confidence in Education Secretary Michael Gove's flagship programme.