Children of impoverished parents go hungry
Wednesday 9th Dec 2015
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
Stats reveal widening gap in austerity Britain
An anti-austerity majority in Portugal was blocked from power by fearful elites. It’s nothing new in the EU, writes BRIAN DENNY
Thursday 3rd Dec 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Police budgets in England protected from real-terms cuts, but forces expected to share resources.
Abolition of planned £4.4 billion tax credit cuts
Welfare cuts maintained at £12 billion
Thursday 26th Nov 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GEORGE OSBORNE’S Autumn Statement confirms his critics’ key accusation that his capitalist austerity policy is based on political choices rather than economic priorities.
His decision to scrap planned cuts to tax credits for millions of low-paid workers and to police...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Bosses say authorities are at tipping point
Monday 23rd Nov 2015
Cameron reveals attack has been thwarted this month
Tuesday 17th Nov 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
SOCIAL care faces a shortfall of workers growing to almost a million people in 20 years’ time, a charity warned yesterday.
Independent Age (IA) said that, even by the end of this parliament, 200,000 extra care workers would be needed — around twice the vacancy rate of...
Earlier this week the PM criticised Oxfordshire’s cuts to front-line services. A group of local activists fighting the closure of 44 children’s centres are keen to ensure he understands it’s a lifeline that’s being destroyed
Saturday 14th Nov 2015
MPs must have say on closures – civil servants. By Lamiat Sabin
Friday 13th Nov 2015