Monthly Archives: January 2011

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Unions have not ruled out strikes over pension cuts

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TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said this was the issue on which the big unions were most united. But he vowed the campaign against “deep and rapid” spending cuts would go on, with a mass protest on 26 March. Ministers … Continue reading

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What Does our Chancellor Thinks Of Trade Unions

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The Chancellor has said he is as determined to fight “the forces of stagnation”, including the unions, as he is to tackle the budget deficit. George Osborne told BBC News he vowed to reshape the British economy and to be … Continue reading

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Tory MP removes ‘gay lesson’ blog entry after complaint

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I have to concur with James Asser, co-chair of LGBT Labour when he says “It is astonishing in this day and age that a Tory MP is complaining about giving our children a realistic vision of Britain today. In today’s … Continue reading

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Me Thinks Britain’s future is in bad hands

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The arrogance of this Con-Dem government in pushing through unpopular and unjustifiable changes to our health service is matched only by its brazen willingness to justify its behaviour through blatant lies. David Cameron’s wild claim that any delay of what … Continue reading

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MP As Quoted VAT cheats should be jailed

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Traders who charge VAT when they are not registered and pocket the tax should be jailed, an MP has said. Ian Liddell-Grainger, chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Taxation Group, described the scam as “blatant fraud”. He said the penalties for … Continue reading

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Article from Sonny Leong Chinese For Labour

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I am in total despair. Every time Michael Gove opens his mouth, extravagant foolishness and ignorance spews from it. In a recent Telegraph article, he says. I was in the Far East last month, to see what I could learn … Continue reading

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China comes bearing gifts for better understanding

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China’s Vice Premier, Li KeQiang arrives in Britain for a four day visit, the last leg of his European tour following his earlier visits to Spain and Germany. It signed nearly £6 billion of business deals in Germany, £5 billion … Continue reading