Theresa May Wrongly Takes Credit

“We are seeing many more people — over 900,000 more disabled people — in work as a result of what this government have done” That was the claim from Theresa May at what was supposed to be her penultimate Prime Minister’s Questions. We guess she’s referring to the Office for National Statistics’ Labour Force Survey,Continue reading “Theresa May Wrongly Takes Credit”

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Esther McVey Trousered £17,000

Tory welfare chief Esther McVey trousered a £17,000 payoff when she resigned from the Cabinet, after only 10 months in the job. The MP took the £16,876 golden goodbye for resigning as Work and Pensions Secretary over Brexit last November, and at the time the hard Brexiteer claimed she could not look constituents in theContinue reading “Esther McVey Trousered £17,000”

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Up To 220,000 Disabled People Will Have To Wait

Esther McVey has said that up to 220,000 disabled people will have to wait all summer for benefit payments they deserve. Mentally sick people face having to last through the school holidays without additional Personal Independence Payments (PIP), despite winning the right to them in the High Court. The claimants are set to get aContinue reading “Up To 220,000 Disabled People Will Have To Wait”

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Esther McVey Refuses To Apologise

Esther McVey has refused six times to atone for the rollout of Universal Credit in an agonising live radio clash, as the former Work and Pensions Secretary turned an interview into a car wreck as she savagely declined to say the word “sorry” for the six-in-one benefit’s flaws. She was asked six times by LBCContinue reading “Esther McVey Refuses To Apologise”

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Theresa May In Tears

Theresa May’s smiling face as she drove to a meeting with Tory MPs quickly turned to thunder after backbenchers demanded she finally quit amid the Brexit chaos, and the emotional confrontation left the Prime Minister visibly unsettled, but as she grappled with her emotions, up stepped pretentious Boris Johnson to announce he was ready toContinue reading “Theresa May In Tears”

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