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Conservative spending cuts don’t add up

Conservative spending cuts don’t add up

The Con-Dem Government has talked a lot about cutting welfare spending, and reducing the cost to tax payers. Mostly, it has cut how much the rich pay in taxes, although it hasn't talked much about that. Also, it hasn't talked about how most of the welfare benefits...

Universal Dis-Credit

Universal Dis-Credit

Iain Duncan Smith,  Work & Pension Secretary, continues to keep his job by ridng on the coattails of his "feelings" about the success of universal credit, because the facts continue to shout "incompetence""failure" and "scandalous waste of money". The Government...

Public concerns over private health services

Public concerns over private health services

The Government project to privatise the health service by the back door has brought up evidence of a poorer quality of service for patients, as feared. 19 Patients in Devon given cateract operations by a private hospital paid by the NHS are having their surgery...

Cameron’s Britain

Cameron’s Britain

The millionaire’s club that is the Government Cabinet, seem to be laughing all the way to the banks that we are funding. While the rich have been offered tax cuts and no clampdown on tax evasion and offshore accounts, the poor are now living in sheds and garages.

One Voice AGM

One Voice AGM

Hi there. The One Voice AGM is on Saturday 28th June. Its at our usual venue: Blakenhall Healthy Living Centre. You can find more info, including the Agenda, here>> You can download the letter of invite and reply slip...

Atos Lose WCA Contract from February 2015

Atos Lose WCA Contract from February 2015

As reported the government is ending ATOS's delivery of the Work Capability Assessment for ESA 6 months early - this is now known to be from February 2015. The government is yet to appointment a replacement contractor but they are expected to employ the staff and...

DWP- Benefit Cuts Don’t Lead to an Increased Use of Food Banks

DWP- Benefit Cuts Don’t Lead to an Increased Use of Food Banks

Charities have, for some time, suggested that the rise in the use of food banks is in large part down to Benefit cuts, delays in Benefit payments and sanctions. Food banks have produced evidence from their users about why they have asked for help and benefits cuts...

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