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Why the UK economy is in such a state – and even the Labour party doesn’t seem to get how bad things are5 min read
Keir Starmer acknowledges spending constraints in a potential future Labour government, citing economic challenges after 13 years of Conservative rule, while his Shadow Chancellor promotes “securonomics” for economic security, though funding details are unclear.
The Government’s resistance to revealing the risks in their net zero plans, including Rishi Sunak’s private jet controversy, suggests hidden flaws. The upcoming legal battle may force transparency, exposing the truth. Time for climate accountability.
The government compiled a dossier of information on a doctor who fought for COVID planning papers.
While Ursula von der Leyen recently acknowledged mistakes made by European leaders in handling Britain’s departure from the EU, in contrast, Rishi Sunak reaffirms his commitment to Brexit.
Matt Hancock foresaw the failure of the October 2020 COVID tier system, admitting in a witness statement that he was in despair over implementing a policy he knew wouldn’t work.
Around a million children in the UK are living in destitution – with harmful consequences for their development4 min read
Recent analysis reveals a 61% increase in destitution in the UK since 2019, with 3.8 million people affected in 2022. Of concern is the steep rise in destitution among children (an 88% increase), impacting their long-term development and perpetuating societal inequalities.
UK’s new back-to-work plan will make life even harder for disabled people. Progressive welfare reform would tackle disablist policies, banning sanctions and raising benefits to reflect the true costs of living.