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‘Are you better off than four years ago?’ Ed Balls channels Reagan to highlight biggest fall in earnings since 1874
In creating a team to try and secure a Tory victory in 2015, David Cameron may have tipped the balance in the debate on Scotland’s future – and not in the way he wants.
If they were hoping for a positive poll bounce from their reshuffles, most recent prime ministers will have been disappointed.
Today we will urge the government to come clean about the impact of delays, chaos and failing programmes at the Department for Work and Pensions.
Instead of an exit strategy, the government have been laying the groundwork for a continuation of coal.
The coalition’s deficit reduction plan has increased the overall tax burden on the poor, says new study.
The government has brought forward legislation that could lead to people being stripped of their right to object to fracking underneath their homes.