First they came for disabled people Then they came for the unemployed After which they targeted the working poor And the young they disabled with debt The middle class had their incomes undermined And their professions demeaned But the bankers? They believed them invincible Until they crashed again And then there was nothing left But start again To build a...
Today's spending review was pure political theatre. Little that was said and little that the OBR will print has much relationship with reality, but let me just highlight the key issues where the plans will fall down.
First growth has to be around 2.5% for five years. No economist I have...
George Osborne has refused to slash the much-debated "tampon tax" in his Autumn Statement, saying that the £15m raised from VAT placed on sanitary products each year will be ploughed into women's charities, including domestic abuse refuges. The Chancellor said he could not scrap the tax altogether because of "EU law" - but said he would lobby the EU to change their approach.
By Kam Sandhu @KamBass “In my position, as you can imagine, I’ve got a few enemies.” An anonymous tip off has contacted the DWP to suggest that Nicholas Wilson is frauding the benefits office. “They sent a letter calling me&hellip
Tax credits were a cut too far. The Lords, the Sun, Labour and his own backbenchers had told George Osborne that was the case. He was forced to believe them. They were a cut too far, they said. And as we discovered, he agreed. He did a U turn. It...
The Government has moved to make sharp cuts to state funding to Britain's opposition parties. So-called “short money”, an annual payment that has been paid to opposition parties since the 1970s, will be cut by 19 per cent subject to parliamentary approval. Short money is not received by parties in Government and was introduced to allow oppositions to “more effectively fulfil their parliamentary functions”. It is generally used to employ parliamentary staff and meet political office costs.
At the moment, student nurses do not pay tuition fees, and receive a means tested bursary during their training. We are required, by the NMC, to have done at least 4,600 hours whilst studying, at least half of which are in practice.
Student nurses will have their tuition fee grants axed and replaced with loans, George Osborne has revealed in this year’s autumn spending review. Mr Osborne announced student nurses will stop receiving bursaries in order to free up around £800 million a year in government spending. The Chancellor said: “Today there is a cap on student nurses; over half of all applicants are turned away, and it leaves hospitals relying on agencies and overseas staff.
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