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Wednesday 20 October 2010
Half a million public-sector jobs will be lost as a result of the draconian cuts to be unveiled today by George Osborne, the Chancellor, in Britain's biggest spending squeeze since the 1920s.
Monday 18 October 2010
Banks will be accused today of knocking £19bn off their tax bills despite the multibillion-pound taxpayer bail-out of the sector.
Friday 15 October 2010
The Government is to slash high earners' tax-free pension allowances from £250,000 to just £50,000 a year, raising an extra £4bn for the Exchequer.
Sunday 10 October 2010
Saturday 09 October 2010
Wednesday 06 October 2010
David Cameron today called on Britons to "pull together" to get the country's economy back on track, promising that within a few years the sacrifices they make will deliver financial rewards.
Tuesday 05 October 2010
As ordinary Britons woke up to George Osborne's latest round of axe-swinging, the City simply shrugged its collective shoulders and got back to what it does best – feathering the bonus nests.
Monday 04 October 2010
The CBI will today launch a campaign for the biggest overhaul of trade union legislation since Margaret Thatcher confronted militant workers in the Eighties. The employers' group will call for a series of reforms to the law, amid concern amongst businesses that the forthcoming public spending review could trigger a wave of strikes.
Thursday 30 September 2010
The national minimum wage will increase by 13p an hour to £5.93 today, benefiting an estimated one million mainly women workers.
Sunday 19 September 2010
Wednesday 15 September 2010
Experts warned the UK jobs market was "on the turn" today after official figures showed a lower-than-expected drop in unemployment.
Tuesday 14 September 2010
Harriet Harman pledged full Labour backing for a countrywide campaign of protest against public spending cuts as the trade unions put ministers on notice of national strikes to defend jobs.
Monday 13 September 2010
The unions are gathering for their annual conference this morning in fighting mood. The TUC chief, Brendan Barber, warns of a winter of mass protests if George Osborne and David Cameron don't back down on the scale of their planned cuts. The police are raising the spectre of a Christmas crime wave if their numbers are cut by 25 per cent, as the Government has indicated is likely.
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Monday 13 September 2010
The Government's plans to cut spending and redraw the State are more radical and dangerous than anything since the 1930s. Yet the debate about the deficit at present is still abstract. Of course most people would rather cut debt and run services efficiently, but when the cuts start to bite the mood will change. As people begin to see the unfairness of the cuts, the more support our alternative will win. Already we are getting the first hints that ministers are beginning to worry how voters will respond.
Sunday 12 September 2010
Government spending cuts will hit the poorest 13 times harder than rich people, showing how "unfair" they were, the TUC warned today.
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