SURVIVORS of the Grenfell Tower fire are “almost being blackmailed” into accepting temporary homes that are unsafe and unsuitable.
Residents are being told that they will be made “intentionally homeless” if they refuse offers by the Tory-run Royal Borough of...
Friday 21st Jul 2017
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Another seven years lopped off state pension age rise to 68
Thursday 20th Jul 2017
THERESA MAY bizarrely claimed yesterday that Labour was “never” responsible for introducing the minimum wage.
The Prime Minister took credit for the national minimum wage that her predecessor David Cameron and his chancellor George Osborne rebranded as the national living...
IT’S time the BBC gave its low-paid production staff a pay rise, their union said yesterday after the broadcaster revealed its highest-earning presenters and pundits.
The BBC has revealed that DJ Chris Evans is its highest-paid employee with a salary of up to £2.5 million...
IT’S rich of Chancellor Philip Hammond to claim that public-sector workers are “overpaid” while he lives a cushy life on taxpayers’ money, John McDonnell said yesterday.
The shadow chancellor’s criticism comes after the Chancellor was widely condemned for...
Wednesday 19th Jul 2017
JEREMY CORBYN has called on Theresa May to ensure that the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry team include representatives from minority backgrounds.
The Labour leader wrote a letter to the PM to say that families of victims and the survivors would not trust the inquiry otherwise.
Tuesday 18th Jul 2017
THERESA MAY will be trying to instil discipline today in her Cabinet ministers by warning them to keep their mouths shut about their rifts following a series of embarrassing leaks.
The Prime Minister will use her weekly Cabinet meeting to “remind” ministers that they should...
Crackdown is useless without funding treatment services, warns Abbott
Saturday 15th Jul 2017
Left warns against Tory Brexit ‘power grab’
Friday 14th Jul 2017
Thornberry tears into Green over Brexit bumbling
Thursday 13th Jul 2017