Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he"ll even organise William"s wardrobe)

Behind the wheel, Kate's Man Friday: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he'll even organise William's wardrobe) New recruit is a young Fijian-born corporal from the Parachute Regiment Couple may hire more help when their first baby is born later this year ” class=”blkBorder” /> The new employee is also responsible for the wardrobe of Prince William, pictured left with his wife Catherine in Ottawa in July 2011, and pictured right on their Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East in 2012 The couple, pictured outside King Edward VII's Hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted with severe morning sickness, have resisted hiring servants but that may change when their first baby is born

Behind the wheel, Kate"s Man Friday: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he"ll even organise William"s wardrobe)

Behind the wheel, Kate's Man Friday: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get their first orderly (and he'll even organise William's wardrobe) New recruit is a young Fijian-born corporal from the Parachute Regiment Couple may hire more help when their first baby is born later this year ” class=”blkBorder” /> The new employee is also responsible for the wardrobe of Prince William, pictured left with his wife Catherine in Ottawa in July 2011, and pictured right on their Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East in 2012 The couple, pictured outside King Edward VII's Hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted with severe morning sickness, have resisted hiring servants but that may change when their first baby is born

Money seized from drug dealers "should be spent on research into treatment" say campaigners

Money seized from drug dealers 'should be spent on research into treatment' say campaigners'Lack of leadership' a major factor hindering drugs policy moving forward 'Billions of pounds' spent on unproven policies, commission claims | UPDATED: 09:01 GMT, 31 December 2012 Millions of pounds seized from drug dealers should be funnelled into a new independent researcher in a bid to tackle the country's drug problems, campaigners said today. In a highly-critical report, the UK Drug Policy Commission (UKDPC) warned a lack of leadership and high turnover of ministers and civil servants were hindering progress. A new body funded by up to 10million a year in cash raised through the confiscated assets of drug-related crime is required to improve drug policy, the UKDPC said.

COMMENT: Law, respect and the lesson of "Plebgate"

COMMENT: Law, respect and the lesson of 'Plebgate' PUBLISHED: 00:58 GMT, 23 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:58 GMT, 23 December 2012 The case of former Tory Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell, pictured, has been a lesson So much of our civilisation rests upon trust that we have tended to take that trust for granted. After all, it is surely a good thing that people believe the police generally tell the truth, that public servants are honest and competent, that the BBC is scrupulous and fair. On that basis, we willingly pay our taxes, automatically obey the law, endure the costs – human and monetary – of war, and live on the basis that an innocent person has nothing to fear from authority.

The pension "delusion": Unless you work longer and live more frugally you won"t be retiring in comfort says mandarin (who"s on…

The pension 'delusion': Unless you work longer and live more frugally you won’t be retiring in comfort says mandarin (who's on 200,000 a year) | UPDATED: 23:32 GMT, 18 December 2012 Sir Bob Kerslake, the head of the civil service, said it was 'absolutely clear' the pension age will have to rise in the coming years People are ‘deluding’ themselves if they think they can enjoy a comfortable retirement without living more frugally and working longer, the head of the Civil Service said yesterday.

Sir David has a manner as wet as a half-sucked fruit pastille

Sir David has a manner as wet as a half-sucked fruit pastille | UPDATED: 00:12 GMT, 7 December 2012 The business select committee, chaired by Adrian Bailey, is holding an inquiry into 'women in the workplace' Biggest obsession for our Westminster rulers is not the economy, which they try to ignore. It is not the decline of the West or foreign aid (suddenly out of fashion) or gay equality (battle all but won)

Theresa May under fire over spy tipped to be top mandarin – and his love for her glamorous aide

Theresa May under fire over spy tipped to be top mandarin – and his love for her glamorous aideThe expected promotion of Charles Farr has sparked a heated debate He is said to have impressed Mrs May with handling of security mattersMr Farr is in a relationship with Mrs May's special adviser Fiona Cunningham | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 1 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May was challenged by Labour last night after it emerged that a former MI6 spy in a relationship with her senior Tory adviser is tipped to be appointed top Home Office mandarin.