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When the Labour Party proposed a tax rise for the rich, Shadow Cha
Many commentators have already called the 2017 General Election. But it may not be as simple as it looks on the surface.
You may be in pain because of a delayed operation. You may be unable to get social care for a frail parent. You may be worrying that your child’s school is about to lose teachers.
George Orwell said, “During a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act”.
When will the government take responsibility for its own role in actually creating poverty?
Imagine if a friend had a stroke, heart attack or disabling accident this weekend. Imagine they became unable to work for an indefinite period, perhaps years.
With schools facing funding cuts, parents across the country are being asked to make a financial contribution to make up the shortfall.
Was it a good Budget? A significant Budget? Steady as we go, or radical change? I'm not sure it was any of those things.
In Matthew’s Gospel (20: 1-15) the parable of the workers in the vineyard culminates in the famous phrase, “So the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
Last week an Upper Tribunal ruling clarified the law, making it clear that people suffering from mental illness and who meet the criteria are entitled to a Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
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Ministry of Justice reveals prison suicide rate has more than doubled since 2013.
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