Day: September 12, 2018

BREAKING GOOD NEWS: Gove backs down on animal sentience after public outcry

Compassion in World Farming slam Gove over back tracking

Compassion in World Farming is concerned UK Government may be back tracking on live export commitment. The environmental organisation welcomed the publication of the Agricultural Bill but are concerned that Gove appears to be back tracking on his live export commitment. James West, Senior Policy Manager at Compassion in World Farming, said: “Compassion in World Farming welcome the publication of the Agriculture Bill, ...

“Gangplank into thin air” – Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May clash over Brexit at PMQs

“It’s appalling to place all responsibility on unwell people” Corbyn highlights Universal Credit issues in PMQs

Today (Wednesday 12 September 2018) in Prime Minister’s Questions Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn mentioned mental health charity Mind while talking about Government plans to move more than 2 million people on existing benefits over to Universal Credit. Under these proposals disabled people currently getting ESA (Employment and Support Allowance) will receive a ...

Best wellness retreats in the world

The stress of modern day life can take a toll on the best of us. Congested cities, high-pressure nine-to-fives, not to mention living lifestyles at supersonic speeds, while trying to squeeze in dinner dates with friends and time for hobbies, can leave anyone burned out and in need of recovery. ...