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Around ten million small savers will be hit by a stealth tax worth£500m buried in the small print of the Budget, it emerged today.Previously small savers were only taxed on increases above inflation, but under the new plans the whole of the increase wi...
UK airlines are set to lose their rights to fly in the EU due to the government's decision to leave the single market, according to leaked European Commission documents seen by the Financial Times.The leaked paper states that if Britain leaves the sing...
Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006 Committee takes evidence on 28 November at 11.05am
Clive Soleyon the reasons underpinning his Bill to ensure proper checks on all children who are home schooled
Political Polling and Digital Media Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 28 November at 10.45am
Lords EU Select Committee publish reply to Government responses on Gibraltar and Crown Dependencies reports
The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu is to provide a daily online reflection throughout Advent, from Friday 1 December to Christmas Day
Read the Archbishop's lecture on theology, anthropology and Christian hope, delivered yesterday at the Postgraduate Institute of St Cyril and St Methodius.…
Archbishop Justin Welby made a three-day visit to Moscow, where he met with the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.
The Chancellor's announcement of£2.3bn extra for research and development is a con.This £2.3bn only just about replaces the money British firms were receiving from the European Investment Fund, so this is merely substitute money.British firms are alrea...
Today's budget statement by the Chancellor included no additional funding for the police in England and Wales.Crime is rising and police numbers are falling but you wouldn't think the Government cared looking at today's budget. The police barely got a ...
Liberal Democrat research based on OBR figures shows that:• A newly qualified teacher on £22,970 will be £3,032 worse off by 2020 as a result of the public sector pay freeze.• A newly trained police officer on £22,962 will be £3,031 worse off by 2020 a...
Far from the£15 billion promised by the Chancellor, the real figure for housing is closer to a much reduced £6 billion over the next 5 years.Hammond is conning the public on housing. The truth is these plans are not nearly radical enough to fix the hou...