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2015/01/27 02:49
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The countdown has begun on the final 100 days to a general election which is shaping up to be unlike any other in recent history. Experts are uncertain not only about which party is likely to come...
2015/01/27 02:49
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2015/01/27 00:36
2015/01/27 00:36
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Share this page Families with young children and poorer households have been worst affected by government changes to tax and benefits, according to a new report. The research from the LSE and the...
2015/01/26 12:28
2015/01/26 12:28
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David Cameron outlined the Conservative Party's tax policies ahead of the general election(Reuters) A Conservative government will "reward" the UK with £7bn worth of tax cuts for enduring the 2008...
2015/01/25 12:09
2015/01/25 12:09
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But she said sending a large number of SNP MPs to Westminster to be a strong voice for Scotland is would merely be an "interim" measure until the next independence referendum. She argued that Scots...
2015/01/25 10:09
2015/01/25 10:09
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The figures are based on a full-time student borrowing £15,000 a year for three years (£45,000) and going on to work in a full-time role after university. The report has criticized the Government for...
2015/01/25 01:09
2015/01/25 01:09
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What veto? There is absolutely no veto, he insisted, despite the fact that the command paper and the draft legislation make clear that any welfare changes introduced in Scotland "must have the...
2015/01/24 02:12
2015/01/24 02:12
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The scale of public spending cuts planned by the Conservatives mean a "real risk" that patients will face more charges for NHS services, Labour has claimed. Ed Balls claimed the Conservative strategy...
2015/01/23 18:24
2015/01/23 18:24
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The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) says the average household is £1,127 a year worse off thanks to tax and benefit changes introduced by the coalition. But government figures say families have...
2015/01/23 11:38
2015/01/23 11:38
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Headline borrowing in the month was £13.1bn, well above the £10.3bn in December 2013, with the extra damage largely inflicted by a £2.9bn payment to the European Union. The consensus of City analysts...
2015/01/23 06:13
2015/01/23 06:13
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The Scottish Youth Parliament's,'POVERTY: See It, Change It' aims to raise awareness within the younger generation and the wider community about children and young people living in poor quality...
2015/01/21 16:59
2015/01/21 16:59
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The head of a respected independent economic thinktank has called on Conservatives to a withdraw a campaign video carrying selective quotes from him as part of an attack on Labour. The 39-second...
2015/01/21 15:20
2015/01/21 15:20
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Wednesday 21st January 2015 IFS chief rejects starring role in Tory campaign video Latest from Dot Commons The mild-mannered director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Paul Johnson, has taken...
2015/01/21 14:09
2015/01/21 14:09
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Ms Sturgeon’s announcement potentially gives SNP MPs more bargaining power in a hung parliament as they would previously have been unable to prop up a minority Labour government on devolved issues...
2015/01/21 09:51
2015/01/21 09:51
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... over pay by £4.9 billion in the UK UK taxpayers are set to overpay some £4.9 billion 2015, by failing to take some simple tax planning measures. That is equivalent to £165 a year for every...
2015/01/21 00:46
2015/01/21 00:46
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ED BALLS demanded UK government action to support the stricken North Sea oil sector as he met industry chiefs in Aberdeen yesterday. The shadow chancellor unveiled plans for an “oil industry road...
2015/01/20 18:24
2015/01/20 18:24
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Barack Obama has called rising inequality “the defining challenge of our time”. Christine Lagarde of the IMF says it casts a “dark shadow” across the global economy. Russell Brand says…oh, never...
2015/01/19 01:17
2015/01/19 01:17
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The housing crisis means the number of young people living with their parents could hit five million by 2020, Labour warns. There are 3.35 million 20 to 34-year-olds still living with mum and dad –...
2015/01/17 01:09
2015/01/17 01:09
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Despite his promises and predictions, the Chancellor is still responsible for a budget deficit of just over £91 billion. The UK still has a towering £1.45 trillion mountain of debt. Mr Osborne's...
2015/01/16 00:45
2015/01/16 00:45
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THE SNP assertion that there is no difference between Tory and Labour is as hard to believe as its economic promises, writes Alex Massie It IS an unfortunate fact that the closer a party is to power...
2015/01/14 00:51
2015/01/14 00:51
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Experts are warning that Labour could cause Britain to sink further into debt The Institute for Fiscal Studies said voters will face a choice between Tory spending cuts of at least £33billion or cuts...
2015/01/27 02:49
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