The government is about to pass a law against its own Brexit strategy.
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Long-awaited document full of muddled thinking, desperation & fantasy
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A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty
The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand
David Davis was given the most coveted role in the history of his ideology and he flunked it.
The Chequers statement sets a new baseline expectation for Brexit - one which is looking softer every day.
BASC is seeking clarification from Natural Resources Wales (NRW) on the conditions attached to its decision to support the continuation of shooting on public land.
People who claimed tax credits during 2017/18 and who have received renewal forms from HMRC, must act by July 31 so that their payments do not stop, advises the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG).
The cost of clinical negligence claims continues to spiral out of control and it is no surprise that in 2017/8 it paid out a record £2.23 billion compensating patients through its clinical negligence schemes.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is disappointed with a government action plan that sets out a programme of work to support unpaid carers.