George Osborne’s “Poll Tax Moment” Just Destroyed His Chance Of Being PM

In what’s now being described as his ‘poll tax moment’, George Osborne’s catastrophic defeat in the Lords (again) of his flagship welfare policy leaves many questioning whether he has damaged beyond hope all the aspirations he had to reaching the top job and walking into 10 Downing Street one day. Undoubtedly, the tax credit reform (or should we just call […]

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“But The Conservatives Said…”

A phrase that I’ve heard a lot recently, particularly surrounding the tax credit changes (and again particularly surround child tax credits) is a variation of the ‘But The Conservatives Said….’ sentence. But the Conservatives said that they wouldn’t cut my tax credits But the Conservatives told me I’d be better off under a Tory government But the Conservatives said they […]

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BREAKING NEWS: George Osborne Confirms Details of ‘The Long Term Plan’

It’s so predictable what George Osborne as Chancellor was going to do – and he keeps on doing it.  Somehow, unfortunately, he along with Cameron managed to convince (read: deceive) the electorate about what they had done and what they were planning to do. For many of us, we saw this coming – but now George himself has kindly explained […]

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England – The Only Non-Progressive Country of the Home Nations

With barely six days to go before the Independent Living Fund is scrapped, Corrie stars tell us why they back the campaign to save the Independent Living Fund. Someone once said: “The test of a good society is you look after the elderly, the frail, the vulnerable, the poorest in our society and that test is even more important in […]

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Sajid Javid and the Tories Plan Draconian Strike Law Changes

The Tories are once again showing that no matter how much you say you are a party for “the hard working people of our country” that there actions show that they are anything but. Tory strike law proposals outlined immediately after winning their slim majority in Parliament are some of the most anti-worker proposals proposed for decades – and bearing in […]

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