FIRST-TIME buyers on average incomes would be given huge discounts on new homes in a plan unveiled by Labour yesterday.
Around 100,000 new FirstBuy Homes would be discounted by up to 40 per cent — with priority given to locals and workers in the area — as well as a two-year...
Tuesday 6th Jun 2017
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A PROMINENT tax campaigner and former economic policy adviser to Labour wrote an apology to Jeremy Corbyn yesterday for underestimating his leadership of the party.
Richard Murphy — a chartered accountant and author of books such as The Joy of Tax, and the director of Tax...
PM breaks no-campaigning pact with shameful stunt
Monday 5th Jun 2017
Corbyn: After 16 years the ‘war on terror’ is a failure, it’s not how we’ll protect our people
Saturday 27th May 2017
THE TORIES cancelled their re-election campaign yesterday soon after it was revealed their opinion poll lead has shrunk to five points.
The party declined to give the reason for further suspension of their campaign.
All parties’ campaigns were paused for three days as a...
MORE money will be put into the government’s controversial Prevent “anti-extremism strategy” in the wake of the Manchester bombing, Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced yesterday.
In a snap decision following the Manchester stadium bombing atrocity on Tuesday, Ms Rudd...
Thursday 25th May 2017
May forced into humiliating U-turn over dementia tax
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
- TWO MILLION sign up to vote since election called
- Labour slashes Tory lead
- Deadline is midnight tonight
Monday 22nd May 2017
Labour leader pledges fair policy as EU exit cuts numbers
ABOUT 900,000 primary-school kids from low-income families will lose out on hot meals under Conservative manifesto plans, the think tank Education Policy Institute (EPI) warned yesterday.
In analysis conducted for The Observer, EPI found that the number affected by Tory plans to axe...