Day: 7 November 2018

Esther McVey gifted £530-a-day taxpayer funded job after being kicked out as MP

Mind takes to Twitter to put Esther McVey straight on a few things

Esther McVey recently referenced Mind in a speech about Universal Credit. The mental health charity decided to reaffirm their position on the much-criticised new benefit via Twitter. Responding to the noise on social media, Vicki Nash, Head of Policy and Campaigns said: “The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Esther ...

Why are we ignoring the obvious?

Why are we ignoring the obvious?

I’m sure you are aware that in October of this year the IPCC released a devastating report that was picked up by media from around the world. It scared the living daylights out of us (and rightly so) for it mapped out how our future will look if we do ...

Tory Minister apologises for treatment of Windrush generation

Tory Minister apologises for treatment of Windrush generation

Caroline Nokes, Immigration Minister, has said that the Home Office 'got it so badly wrong,' over its treatment of the Windrush Generation. Nokes issued a “heartfelt apology” and was “ashamed” the treatment they received. Nokes was speaking to a group of Windrush generation people at a meeting in Brixton, South West ...

Met issues first ever ‘Red’ Weather Warning & hundreds of schools closed as UK gripped by the Beast from the East

$240-billion-a-day market set to move out of London ahead of Brexit

A $240-billion-a-day market has announced today that it is to switch London for Amsterdam ahead of Brexit. CME Group Inc. is moving its European market for short-term financing, the largest in the region, out of London because the exchange operator wants to guarantee continental firms can continue to use it ...

LIVE: Roddy Frame, Cadogan Hall

LIVE: Roddy Frame, Cadogan Hall

It has been three years since Roddy Frame last graced a London stage, but despite living in musical wilderness in the charts and on the stage he still has a devoted fan-base with the show selling out within hours of it going on sale. Cadagon Hall, a beautiful venue in the ...

Teenager stabbed to death on a south London housing estate was a drill rapper known as JaySav

Government cuts have impacted public’s confidence in Police

The public accounts select committee has warned that the public is losing its confidence in the police to do their jobs, due to the severity of cuts to the force. This confidence has been “severely dented” the watchdog said. The committee concluded police are taking longer to charge suspects, fewer ...

Major poll shows significant swing to Remain

Major poll shows significant swing to Remain

Remain would win a significant majority if the EU referendum were held again, according to a major new poll from Channel 4 and Survation. Some 54 per cent of people said they would stay in the EU if the 2016 referendum were held tomorrow – when those who refused to vote ...

Different Styles of Kitchen Faucet

If we were to list all the kitchen faucet styles in existence, you would be here for quite a while. You see, makers of these important bits of kitchen accessory are well aware of the fact that the modern homeowner has changed; in a big way. The person shopping for a ...

Translating the Untranslatable Trump: Can it be done?

US Midterms: A tale of two chambers

With the final results pouring in the US Midterms look be a tale of two chambers. The Democrats took control of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2010, and Republicans held the Senate, results which were celebrated on both sides. At 1:27 am US time Donald Trump posted ...