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"Totally discriminatory." 

Migrant tax credits

Migrants are just as entitled to tax credits as the rest of us

Why should recent migrants pay more tax than everyone else?

There is nothing fair about restricting in-work benefits from migrants

The Grayling meme

The Grayling meme: Top authors insert justice secretary villain into their novels

The Grayling meme: villain starts cropping up in leading's authors' novels

Top authors and playwrights, including Stephen Fry and David Hare, have decided to include a character called Chris Grayling into their work, as the protest over the prisoner book ban rumbles on.

NHS strike

NHS staff are right to go on strike

NHS staff: Strike over pay comes after government refuses independent board's recommendation

They go above and beyond for pitiful wages, while millions are spent on privatisation: NHS staff are right to strike

Too many people missing out on talking therapies, says charity

The national charity Rethink Mental Illness has warned that too many people are missing out on potentially “life-changing” talking therapies.

NASUWT welcomes Labour's commitment to end the exploitation of agency workers

Chris Keates: 'Millions of agency workers, including supply teachers, will welcome today’s commitment from Ed Milliband to get tough on unscrupulous agencies'.

Tax Institute welcomes revision of Direct Recovery of Debt Proposals, subject to the detailed legislation

The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has welcomed the decision by HM Revenue & Customs to revise its controversial proposals for the direct recovery of debt (DRD) from taxpayers’ bank accounts.

Newly qualified teachers being denied their rights

Too many newly qualified teachers are being denied their statutory rights and entitlements during their induction year, a conference organised by the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, has heard.

LITRG offer guarded welcome to revised proposals on direct recovery of debt

HMRC have put forward revised proposals to recover long outstanding debt directly from the bank accounts of defaulters.

NASUWT issues workload challenge to the secretary of state

Following the launch by the Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan of a workload challenge for teachers, the NASUWT has written responding to the challenge and detailing immediate steps she can take to alleviate the burdens on teachers.

One in five parents never bake with kids, says RSPCA Freedom Food

Celebrities urge kids to enter ethical cooking contest.

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