May forced into humiliating U-turn over dementia tax
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
- 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...
Protesters jeer May as she reveals manifesto targeting pensioners
Friday 19th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Party accused of racism as it pledges raft of punitive measures
by Lamiat Sabin and Conrad Landin
LEN MCCLUSKEY said yesterday that he is confident that opinion polls will soon change in Labour’s favour following the official release of its manifesto earlier this week.
The Unite general secretary said widely publicised...
Thursday 18th May 2017
CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond’s day went from bad to worse yesterday after he was challenged by shadow chancellor John McDonnell to a televised debate to discuss numbers.
The Chancellor made a gaffe on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme during which he fell short by a huge £20...
Corbyn launches ‘exciting and ambitious’ programme for the future of Britain (and guess what? We can afford it)
Wednesday 17th May 2017
A £250 billion National Transformation Fund will be invested over 10 years in infrastructure — transport, energy, universal high-speed internet — as well as on scientific research and housing fit for the 21st century, the Labour manifesto says.
A separate estimated...