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Saturday 21st May 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
Tory rebellion forces Cameron to accept amendment to TTIP
JEREMY HUNT’S “computer says no” attitude dragged out the junior doctors dispute for three months longer than necessary, Labour said yesterday.
The Health Secretary played the bridge builder in a statement to MPs about the deal struck between the government and...
Friday 20th May 2016
GEORGE OSBORNE does not have support for his cuts from a single credible economist, Cambridge University’s Dr Ha-Joon Chang said yesterday.
Dr Chang said that the Chancellor’s austerity drive, which is set to continue until 2020, had already left the economy in a...
Corbyn lays into government’s speech with little substance
Thursday 19th May 2016
THE state opening of Parliament was hit by a “censorship” scandal yesterday amid claims that the microphone closest to Dennis Skinner was deliberately turned away from him.
The “beast of Bolsover” has been disrupting the annual pomp and ceremony with...
But letter reveals PM Cameron’s bid to whip up big-business scare stories
Wednesday 18th May 2016
POLICE officers stood for a minute’s silence yesterday to remember the 96 football fans who died at Hillsborough in a symbolic display of reckoning with the police’s role in the tragedy.
Police Federation chairman Steve White led 1,200 members in the unprecedented tribute...
Lucas tipped to succeed woman who headed ‘Green surge’
Tuesday 17th May 2016
“SCROOGE” bosses at one of Britain’s biggest food production firms have been accused of cancelling Christmas after the introduction of the national living wage.
Samworth Brothers, which produces Ginsters pasties and Soreen malt loaf, have cut bonuses for staff on...