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The Prime Minister pledged to make “damn sure” companies such as Starbucks and Amazon paid their fair share of corporation tax
Whoever wrote today’s editorial at the Daily Telegraph doesn’t realise that we can debunk these articles faster than he (or …Continue reading »
Tensions between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats may create a "perfect storm" in Whitehall which blows the Government off course in 2013, according to the Institute for Government.
'Very disappointing' fall in activity in dominant economic sector raises fears Britain is headed for triple-dip recession
Deborah Orr: It's only five years since the financial crisis broke, and already the truth of why it happened has been rewritten
Obese people could be monitored to check whether they are taking exercise and have their benefits cut if they fail to do so
Disabled people and supporters have launched a petition calling for an end to the War on Welfare being waged by their own government.
Did last summer's Paralympics really teach us nothing? The disabled are not spongers, skivers or scroungers
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls says welfare reform help people who are in work and criticises government's benefit freezes
Anna Pilkington: I see work capability assessments damaging patients struggling with mental health issues and serious illness
For families with one adult earning over £50,000, child benefit will have to be returned through higher tax payments
Social Security Administration Issues New Fibromyalgia Disability Ruling. Press release distribution provided by US Politics Today
Pensions experts have criticised Labour’s plan to cut tax relief on pensions for people earning £150,000 to fund guaranteed jobs for the long term unemployed, saying it will struggle to raise anything like the £1bn claimed.
HATEFUL TORY HEADLINES What they miss is that the best they can do is drip feed hate through the media. The headlines say 3 generations at play referring to you and me, when it is truer of those wi...
Editorial: Labour's plans retain its adherence to the welfare state and redistribution – while saying the Tories don't believe in either
Tanya Gold: Plans to withhold benefits from obese people unless they go to the gym sit awkwardly alongside tax breaks for the rich
Campaign of the year ….the fightback by disabled people as the Con/Dem Govt stripped some of the most ‘vulnerable’ sections of the community of their benefits.
Jason Davidson describes a typical day as a senior social worker for St Joseph's hospice in east London.
An appeal to the United Nations, using its Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities to show how the …Continue reading »
Opposition outlines 'tough approach' with scheme to oblige long-term unemployed to take up a job, or lose benefits
Charities express anger at near-continuous work assessments that patients with incurable conditions are forced to endure