Cutting staff numbers could be avoided by a really big Council Tax increase. Is that what UKIP’s Hampshire councillors favour?
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To say that avoiding tax – taking action within the law to limit the amount paid – is “immoral” is based on the idea that the state spends our money more morally than we do ourselves.
Sir John Stanley is standing down.
The rebuke for this from the Labour Party to Unite the Union has been delayed, evasive, weak and followed by weasely caveats.
The Conservative majority was 16,152 last time.
We can switch supplier for gas and electriticity why not for water?
Labour hold on in Newport.
18 Conservative MPs rebelled against HS2 in today’s vote.
Asked five times if he would rule out sending his own children to a school with unqualified teachers Tristram Hunt repeatedly refused to answer.
These multi-storey buildings are a legacy from the era of consensus politics.
VAT on restoring derelict homes should be cut
European Commission President Jose Manuel Borroso agrees there should be some limit the number of new regulations coming out of Brussels. Well whoopie doo.
Labour gain a seat in Charnwood
Persuading people to wallow in victimhood may suit the cynical electoral interests of the Labour party but it does not favours to those concerned.
Why beholdest the mote that is in the DWP’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in the Centre for Housing Policy’s own eye?