Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker has said the new 'Rape Action Plan' will aid the Government's drive to "ensure that every report of rape is treated seriously and every victim is given the help they deserve".
Plans being launched by the Director of Public Prosecutions aim to improve the conviction rate for rape in courts in England and Wales.
Norman Baker said: "I am committed to challenging myths and stereotypes around sexual violence to ensure that people properly understand consent.
"Our This Is Abuse campaign aims to teach young people about consent within their relationships and reinforce the message that girls have a choice and boys have a responsibility to seek consent."
The Government is "determined" to reign in "the reckless trade" in legal highs, after a report revealed deaths from the party drugs had surged.
Home office minister Norman Baker revealed he would be launching a review into the drugs, with a including Government drug tsar Professor Les Iversen.
The review is expected to be completed by spring this year.
Domestic violence victims are increasingly likely to be at risk of having their children being taken into care, according to Family Rights Group.
The charity also claims that victims are being failed as services to help women escape violent partners are being cut.
Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker told the Guardian: "The Government is not cutting funding for domestic violence services. On the contrary, we have ring-fenced nearly £40 million to provide support for victims to escape abusive situations."
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker has moved from his role as crime prevention minister to a new Home Office job.
Network Rail are not "managing their day to day activity as well as we would like" and causing avoidable delays and cancellations, a transport minister has said.
Norman Baker told Daybreak he had already spoken to the chief executive of Network Rail about their poor performance.
"I made it plain to them that with the £37 billion we're investing in the traditional railway in the next five years, we want it to be delivered efficiently and effectively."
Britain's railways are not up to scratch because Network Rail has failed to upgrade them, despite having billions of pounds of public money invested, a regulator has said.
Failures in the firm's drainage and embankment systems have increased tenfold during the past two years, the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) revealed.
It found the company paid "inadequate attention" to this area which slowed down preparation for adverse winter conditions.
There was also a backlog of maintenance work and found improvements in efficiency have slowed down, following an annual assessment.
Rail Minister Norman Baker is expected to confront bosses again this week over continued delays and an apparent lack of preparation for bad weather.
He accused Network Rail of failing to rectify numerous problems "of its own making".
Transport Minister Norman Baker has told ITV News that he would like to see the end of above inflation rail fare increases but, "we have to invest in the future."