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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Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas

Strikes by warehouse workers and drivers are set to create chaos in the run-up to Christmas at Tesco. More than 1,000 workers are organising walkouts in a pay row, adding further stress on the supply chain where Tesco bosses had earlier warned of reduced choice on supermarket racks due to driver deficits. The Unite unionContinue reading “Tesco Strike Threatens Food Supplies In Run-Up To Christmas”

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Conservative MPs Threaten Rebellion Over Boris Johnson’s Decision To Water Down The Cap On Social Care Costs

Boris Johnson is facing growing Tory resistance over his decision to water down a new cap on social care costs. Conservative MPs are demanding the Government rethink a change to the Prime Minister’s social care plans which was slipped out last week. Small print relating to the reforms means that means-tested support from local authoritiesContinue reading “Conservative MPs Threaten Rebellion Over Boris Johnson’s Decision To Water Down The Cap On Social Care Costs”

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Our Homes Would Have Stayed Under The £80,000 Social Care Cap

Families have told of their suffering at losing their homes to pay for social care as Boris Johnson plans to unveil his tax invasion to fix the mess. The Prime Minister will today brace Britain for a manifesto busting £10 billion tax invasion as he defies critics by driving up national insurance on 25 millionContinue reading “Our Homes Would Have Stayed Under The £80,000 Social Care Cap”

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