At Least Someone Can Get To Work!

Union baron Mick Lynch was today seen catching a cab after plunging Britain into disarray with the most major rail walkout in 30 years. The RMT chief hopped into a taxi in central London, an indulgence not likely to be affordable to the swathes of Brits desperately attempting to get to work, after dominating theContinue reading “At Least Someone Can Get To Work!”

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Boris’s Plans To Axe 91,000 Jobs Will Leave The Civil Service Incapable Of Handling The Post-Brexit Workload, Unions Claim

Union leaders have expressed new angst at Boris Johnson’s intent to cut 91,000 civil service jobs as they warned the scheduled cuts would leave Whitehall unable to cope with its post-Brexit workload. The Prime Minister recently ordered ministers and senior officials to lower the civil service to the size it was in 2016. In theContinue reading “Boris’s Plans To Axe 91,000 Jobs Will Leave The Civil Service Incapable Of Handling The Post-Brexit Workload, Unions Claim”

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Families Brace For Rising Costs Of Living

Families will encounter a cost of living double whammy with an energy cap increase adding hundreds of pounds to bills alongside a new hike in interest rates. Energy regulator Ofgem is bringing forward what’s expected to be a crippling rise in gas bills for millions of households from Monday to Thursday. The new level willContinue reading “Families Brace For Rising Costs Of Living”

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Sixty-Five Vaccine Passport Rebels Accuse The Government Of Jumping The Gun

Boris Johnson could encounter the biggest revolt of his premiership so far, with 60 Tory MPs said to be planning to vote against the imposition of additional coronavirus criteria. The Prime Minister revealed he would be starting his winter Plan B protocols in a bid to buy the United Kingdom time in the fight againstContinue reading “Sixty-Five Vaccine Passport Rebels Accuse The Government Of Jumping The Gun”

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In England, Two-Thirds Of Councils Are Considering Tax Increases For 2022

Two-thirds of councils in England are considering tax hikes next year, in another blow to family finances. Millions of people across the country are now having to brace themselves for a double whammy of skyrocketing bills and an upsurge in National Insurance Payments. According to some estimations, this is on top of rising inflation, whichContinue reading “In England, Two-Thirds Of Councils Are Considering Tax Increases For 2022”

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As Revenge For Brexit, France Is Allowing Migrants To Cross The Channel

Ministers are accusing France of letting migrants cross the Channel in retaliation for Brexit as Priti Patel braces for confrontation talks with her Paris counterpart this week. The Home Secretary will meet Gerald Darmanin in the coming days after a record 1,185 migrants arrived on Thursday, shattering the previous daily high of 853 just eightContinue reading “As Revenge For Brexit, France Is Allowing Migrants To Cross The Channel”

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To Save Christmas Pigs-In-Blankets, Boris Steps In

Hundreds of overseas butchers are set to be allowed into Britain to handle the UK’s Christmas meat crisis. Ministers are expected to U-turn and create visas for foreign slaughterers in the run-up to the festive period as a huge cull of pigs gets started. Boris Johnson’s government had endeavoured to play down the impact ofContinue reading “To Save Christmas Pigs-In-Blankets, Boris Steps In”

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The Fuel Crisis Is Getting Worse In The South East!

The fuel crisis is getting more serious in London and the southeast, an industry expert warned, as retailers demand urgent action to restock filling stations. Soldiers will begin delivering petrol from Monday in a drastic attempt to end the turmoil of recent days. However, industry bosses are calling for certain dry sites to be prioritised,Continue reading “The Fuel Crisis Is Getting Worse In The South East!”

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Foreign Offenders On Our Streets

The number of foreign criminals freed from prison onto our streets has reached a record high of around 11,000. Official numbers show that at the end of June, 10,882 foreign national offenders had been released from prison but not deported. All were subject to deportation because they were given prison sentences of at least 12Continue reading “Foreign Offenders On Our Streets”

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Hunt For Labour’s Downing Street Moles

Senior Tory sources claim that a labyrinth of Labour Party spies has been operating at the core of Whitehall, feeding confidential information to Sir Keir Starmer’s team to destabilise the Government. The moles – Labour sympathising civil servants, are believed to have played a pivotal part in triggering the lobbying scandal which has enabled SirContinue reading “Hunt For Labour’s Downing Street Moles”

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