Clive Lewis Calls For Referendum On Royal Family

Clive Lewis has called for a poll on the fate of the Monarchy as part of his pitch to be the leader of the Labour Party. He further declared that one of the reasons why he has so far struggled to get on the ballot paper is because he’s a black man. He told anContinue reading “Clive Lewis Calls For Referendum On Royal Family”

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Boris Johnson’s Comments About Corporation Tax Cuts

Boris Johnson’s remarks about corporation tax cuts being a great thing have come back to torment him as he stood before business chiefs and assured them it was fiscally able to cancel tax cuts for big businesses, so that money could be used to pay for the NHS. But just months ago, when he wasContinue reading “Boris Johnson’s Comments About Corporation Tax Cuts”

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New Law Could Mean Drivers Who Hit Cats Will Have To Report It To The Police

Under current legislation, felines are not covered by regulations which require motorists to report collisions with animals, but Rehman Chishti, MP for Gillingham and Rainham has begun a Private Member’s Bill to Parliament, with MPs scheduled to consider the bill in Parliament. The Cats Bill summons for a modification to the Road Traffic Act (1988)Continue reading “New Law Could Mean Drivers Who Hit Cats Will Have To Report It To The Police”

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Preparing For The Challenge

Theresa May is mounting a tour of the United Kingdom and planning to challenge Jeremy Corbyn to a live TV debate on Brexit, and if agreed the show could happen on Sunday 9 December, days before the Commons vote. The reports come despite chicken Mrs May ducking calls for TV debates during last year’s generalContinue reading “Preparing For The Challenge”

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A Demand For Bedroom Tax To Be Disposed Of

Non-profit organisations and department statistics have called for MPs to remove the impractical and unjust bedroom tax, as Parliament votes on throwing out the policy today. The Labour Party is utilising an opposition day debate in the House of Commons to force through a vote on the under-occupation sanction. Nevertheless, some of Labour’s most substantialContinue reading “A Demand For Bedroom Tax To Be Disposed Of”

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