Government ruses to avoid srcutiny are working, warns Vincent Moss
Jon Trickett says local election day is an opportunity for Labour to send a message on behalf of all those belittled and betrayed by a vicious and incompetent Conservative Government
If anybody is thinking of sitting out the local council elections, I sincerely urge you to think again.
American President Barack Obama intervened in the UK referendum on European Union membership with a hint at punitive action if Brexit wins the day, saying that Britain would have to …
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Owen Smith branded the Government’s National Living Wage as a con-trick when put in the context of benefit cuts.
There is a global power elite whose members owe no loyalty to nation states. They owe no loyalty to our health service, our education system, or even our industrial heartlands.
The current UK steel crisis has been several years in the making, writes John Holden
Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to accept Billy Bragg’s invitation to address this year’s attendees at the Glastonbury Festival is significant. Can you imagine David Cameron appearing at Glastonbury?
The Tories would be a laughing stock – if their shocking double dealing, double standards and sheer incompetence were funny, says Ian Hernon
Jeremy Corbyn said that May’s English council elections will mark a “turning point” in Labour’s fortunes.
Even a Chancellor of the Exchequer as innumerate as George Osborne, economics never his strong point, as many are able and willing to testify, should be able to tell the …
The Budget debacle and Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation have laid bare the divisions, feuds and bile at the heart of the Tory Government, says Ian Hernon
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There is no reverse gear, the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, told a sceptical audience of teachers in defence of the announcement that the English education system is to have an …
Unite condemned the Government’s 1 per cent pay rise offered to public sector workers.
The Government has won its battle with the House of Lords to cut ESA for some of Britain’s most vulnerable people, writes Ian Hernon
Jeremy Corbyn condemned the Budget as “the culmination of six years of his failures” which had “unfairness at its core”.
Without a surprising upset – and the possibility is fading– the United States is on the brink of the appalling prospect of a man unfit for Presidential office being chosen …
But George Osborne’s priorities mean that the Tory economic nightmare will continue, writes Peter Hain
Tony Burke says Chinese over-production is a growing threat
It all started with a phone call. Two socially responsible, empathetic young men, driven by an overwhelming desire to make a difference, have launched a crusade to help people living …
Family doctors are reaching breaking point as they struggle to cope with the growing demands of an ageing-population, falling resources and ever increasing staff shortages.
Official figures confirmed that more than 40 per cent of donations to the Tory election funding chest continue to come from financial fat cats who pay for the privilege of …