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The number of homes with serious hazards has been nearly halved, but improvements have slowed and may now be in reverse.
Why Labour will resist calls for electoral alliances, even when facing the prospect of a hung parliament5 min read
Forming a pact with the Liberal Democrats to form a ‘Progressive Alliance’ would make electoral sense in England – but Keir Starmer does not see it as a risk worth taking.
Question marks hang over the future of the union. The Brexit policy the UK Government has implemented has instigated a diminution in public support for a union that it wishes to preserve.
Vaccinating children against COVID is important. But only 11% of 5- to 11-year-olds in England have received the first dose of COVID vaccine. Where we have safe and effective vaccines, there’s no sense in not rolling them out.
Paris has successfully taken water back into public ownership. There is growing evidence to suggest England should do the same as after 33 years, the private ownership experiment has totally failed.
For decades opponents of independence have insisted that Scotland is financially dependent upon England, people in England have absorbed this message too, and naturally wonder if they would not be better off if they ditched an ungrateful Scotland.
In just 24 hours, the majority of people in England will no longer be able to get free COVID tests. John Puntis, retired Doctor and co-chair of Keep NHS Public is urging the government to rethink this policy.