Richard Barnes author of the report on the 7/7 London Bombings and the former Deputy Mayor under Boris Johnson has joined UKIP.
In his conference speech today, George Osborne set out the choice at the next election between David Cameron and the Conservatives who say they have answers to the big questions about Britain’s future, or Ed Miliband and the Labour Party who the Conservatives say would repeat the mistakes of the past.
Comment by Taxand on the report in the Financial Times  that the European Commission is investigating Apple’s tax affairs in Ireland and the use of ‘sweetheart deals’.
Just as the UKIP leader Nigel Farage was getting up a head of steam during his speech to the party’s conference in Doncaster he suddenly stopped short. He then, at just ten minutes (if that) into his speech, said that he had talked enough and that he would hand over to a special guest.
Telly Presenter Says Archaic Event Shows Disregard for Animal Welfare
A major new independent report submitted to the Low Pay Commission has shown that a national increase of £1.50 per hour in the national minimum wage in 2015 would benefit 4.6 million workers by an average of £1,400 per year
Membership of the Green Party of England and Wales is now over 19,000 following a massive surge over the past year.
The EU and Canada are set to agree a trade deal tomorrow (26 September) branded by campaigners as ‘a disaster for democracy’. The deal will give foreign companies new powers over government decisions, and has been negotiated in secret, bypassing the British, Canadian and European parliaments.
Following a vote by the party’s National Executive Council, The UK Independence Party says it is proud to announce that former Police Inspector, Jack Clarkson, will stand as the party’s candidate in the forthcoming Police & Crime Commissioner by-election in South Yorkshire.
As global leaders and industry heads gather in New York for the UN Secretary-General’s historic climate summit, the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) calls on governments and the private sector to commit to concrete action to eliminate hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs)
Set up financial hardship fund for industry whistleblowers and encourage financial services firms to adopt a Speak Up policy, says CISI
It looks like George Osborne’s promise to balance the books of the UK economy has come under further threat as the latest borrowing figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the deficit increased by £11.6 billion in August