GOVERNMENT economic mismanagement could leave more than three million workers on the minimum wage short of up to £5,000 a year each, Jeremy Corbyn is expected to say today.
Speaking at Labour’s eastern region conference in Cambridgeshire, he...
Saturday 18th Nov 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
A FAMILY living in a private rented flat in London have been threatened with eviction after neighbours complained about their baby crying.
Attila and Ildiko Wurth, who have a 15-month-old daughter and three-year-old son, were warned that, if the noise continued, then they could be...
THE Tories risk being seen as “a narrow party of nostalgia, hard Brexit, public-sector austerity and lazy privilege,” the head of Theresa May’s policy forum has warned her.
She must “move fast” to show that the party has heeded the harsh lessons of...
SCOTLAND became the first country in the world yesterday to have minimum unit pricing for cheap high-strength shop-bought booze.
MSPs voted through minimum pricing in 2012, but it was delayed by a Scotch Whisky Association appeal, which judges threw out yesterday.
A panel of...
Thursday 16th Nov 2017
McDonnell calls for Chancellor to reveal what Budget will cost the planet
Wednesday 15th Nov 2017
More than 5,000 heads write to No 10 calling for extra £1.7 billion to keep their schools running
Overzealous police colluding with Israel lobby
Tuesday 14th Nov 2017
HOUSING associations building just a few affordable homes for young families in rural areas could halt the cycle of decline in England’s towns and villages, a new report said yesterday.
Young families and working-age people are often driven to cities due to a lack of affordable...
SHODDY Victorian-era housing laws contributed to the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy, according to a report published today by housing charity Shelter.
Over 85 per cent of housing experts surveyed in the report deemed the “incoherent and obscure” laws not fit for purpose. And...
Hard-up practices wanted to ‘throw in the towel and betray NHS principles’
Saturday 11th Nov 2017