Politics

How many Non-UK Nationals Work in the UK?

One of the snippets of information to come out of yesterday’s UK Labour Market Update from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), is the number of non-UK nationals that work in the UK.

Employment up, unemployment and economic inactivity down

With all the Brexit problems besieging Theresa May’s government, they did get a fillip from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today in the form of continued good news on employment.

Review into funding of extremism in the UK will not be published

The decision by the government not to publish the full findings of the Home Office’s internal review into the nature, scale and origin of the funding of Islamist extremist activity in the UK

Trains 15% later in just a single year say Lib Dems

Data released this morning shows that in just a single year trains are running later and people are having to wait 15% longer than a year ago.

BBC licence fee is not good value for money and is outdated says public

60% of TV licence payers feel the licence doesn’t offer good value for money and streaming services offer much better value in comparison.

CBI Response to Taylor Review on Modern Working Practices

The CBI has responded to Matthew Taylor’s review, and the Prime Minister’s speech

Sharing Economy UK Response to Taylor Review on Modern Working Practices

Sharing Economy UK has responded to Matthew Taylor’s review and the Prime Minister’s speech introducing the report.

Prime Minister tipped to leave No.10 before Brexit is complete

Betway go 2/5 that Theresa May, who celebrates her year anniversary as Prime Minister on Thursday, will not be the UK’s leader when Brexit becomes official on 29th March 2019.

Labour accuses Tories of "vitriolic personal attacks" in General Election

Labour Party accuses Conservative Party of "vitriolic personal attacks" in General Election and calls for action

Boris Johnson Tells EU to ‘Go Whistle’ over ‘Divorce Bill’ Claims

In response to recent demands from the European Union that the UK should cough up huge amounts of money as some sort of ‘divorce settlement’ for leaving the EU

Brexit and Hung Parliament Affects Homeowner Likelihood to Sell Property

A quarter (24%) of homeowners say Brexit and the recent general election have influenced their likelihood to sell in the next 12 months

G20 communique – a non-strategy lacking any vision, responsibility or honesty

In response to the G20 communique [1], Nick Dearden, director of social justice group Global Justice Now said: