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Wednesday’s News

January 22, 2014 // 0 Comments

Mail ‘Unemployed? Then get a job in Costa coffee’: Employment minister tells young they must be prepared to take ‘entry-level’ jobs Esther McVey tells young they must to start at bottom and work way up Claims British youth less prepared for world of work than foreign [...]

Tuesday’s News – 21 January 2014

January 21, 2014 // 0 Comments

Sex pest storm puts Clegg in crisis: ‘Groping peer’ suspended because he won’t apologise vows to sue Lib Dems as party leader is accused of losing his grip Lord Rennard suspended from party pending another investigation Has refused to apologise to the four activists he is said to [...]

News Roundup – Monday 20th Jan

January 20, 2014 // 0 Comments

Mail Jobless migrants to be DENIED housing benefit: Ministers insist UK’s generous welfare system will no longer be a magnet for citizens of other EU states New rules mean EU arrivals claiming jobseeker’s allowance will not be able to receive housing benefit as well Those who get jobs [...]

The Sunday Papers – 19th January 2014

January 19, 2014 // 1 Comment

UKIP in the News Heartwarming news in the Independent for UKIP, reporting on ComRes poll about favourite party leaders: What is more, Mr Farage is favoured over Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg as a party leader, beaten only by David Cameron, the ComRes survey reveals. Ukip is the favourite choice of 27 [...]

WATCH: Tessa Jowell – ‘A referendum? Ridiculous’.

January 18, 2014 // 9 Comments

Julia Hartley-Brewer, the broadcaster and columnist, has made a robust case for renegotiating our position in the EU, if not coming out entirely. During the Press Preview on Sky News, she said to Labour MP Tessa Jowell “The public have been telling you for twenty years: we don’t like [...]

Saturday’s News

January 18, 2014 // 0 Comments

Mail German doctor who killed British patient with drug overdose sues dead man’s sons because they made him miss dinner Dr Daniel Ubani is demanding 2,800 euros from Stuart and Rory Gray He was working in Britain when he gave their father, David, a fatal injection Ubani confused the amount of [...]

LibLabCon: losing the plot on NHS reform.

January 17, 2014 // 1 Comment

Last Sunday afternoon, my two year old daughter developed a high temperature. We had a miserable night with very little sleep, punctuated by calls to 111 for repeated advice as her temperature refused to drop. They wouldn’t send anyone out to see us, insisting instead that Calpol and a trip to [...]

Friday’s News

January 17, 2014 // 0 Comments

Mail Call to ban school union reps who never teach: Minister says taxpayers’ money should not be used on those who spend no time in the classroom Hundreds of teachers are involved in union activities at a cost to public purse of at least £15m each year Their salaries – which can be up [...]
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