Tag Archives: Labour

Boris’ tall tale: the living wage is a Tory idea

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If Boris is right, why are none of the ten London boroughs which have adopted the London Living Wage run by Conservatives?

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Yes, reform the Lords. But don’t stop there

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The House of Lords represents everything about the political class the British public despises.

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What’s happening in Scotland is symptomatic of a deeper problem

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What’s is happening in Scotland is symptomatic of a much deeper problem.

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Poll signals Labour doomsday scenario in Scotland

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If this poll carries over to the General Election, Scottish Labour will see itself virtually wiped out.

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Who is paying for Crossrail 2?

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Labour in London has long supported the Hackney-Chelsea line and the latest incarnation of this proposal is Andrew Adonis’ Crossrail 2 proposal.

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The next Labour leader in Scotland – a look at the candidates

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With three declared candidates so far, Left Foot Forward gives a snapshot of those who hope to take the reigns as leader of the Scottish Labour Party.

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Labour needs policies that end low paid and low skilled work

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The UK has too many poorly performing workplaces, according to a new report.

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Labour’s crisis in Scotland could deny it the keys to Downing Street

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Labour has put its fingers in its ears in the hope that not hearing the bad news would make it go away.

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Exclusive: Do the party conference tax announcements stack up?

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Spencer Thompson has picked apart the conference announcements of Labour, the Conservatives and the Lib Dems – so which party will benefit whom?

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UKIP policies: dangerous, costly and yes, racist

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We don’t need to go trawling through old manifestos and historic statements; it’s right there on their website.

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