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  • Balls vows 'day one' Labour mansion tax

    Labour’s mansion tax will kick in on “day one” if the party is elected, Ed Balls has said. In an interview with the Independent, the Shadow Chancellor said he expected the levy - which is set to hit the owners of homes worth more than £2m - to apply in the 2015-16 financial year, even though that begins a month before the M...

Communities

Penny Mordaunt: Decisions over switching off street lights should be left to councils

Penny Mordaunt argued that councils should be free to decide whether to switch off street lights in some areas in order to save money. “This is about allowing cou...

Housing

David Cameron: economy speech

INTRODUCTION   This Government has a long-term economic plan...   ...and today I have seen that plan in action.   Here in Magna Academy...   ...

Local Government

Penny Mordaunt: Decisions over switching off street lights should be left to councils

Penny Mordaunt argued that councils should be free to decide whether to switch off street lights in some areas in order to save money. “This is about allowing cou...

London

Sadiq Khan: Limited resources should be micro-targeted to veterans

Sadiq Khan said limited rehabilitation resources should be targeted towards people who had previously worked as soldiers. "I welcome the announcement today made b...

Northern Ireland

Real money in new offer to Northern Ireland parties – Robinson

There is "real money" in the British government's proposed new financial settlement for Northern Ireland, the province's First Minister has said. Peter Robinson, ...

Planning

David Sparks: Govt disingenuous about extent of council cuts

David Sparks accused the Government of being “disingenuous” by claiming councils would face only an average 1.8% funding cut. “The actual cut is 8.8% in the amoun...

Scotland

Paul Johnson: If employment goes up, there may be less need for cuts

Paul Johnson said that more people getting into the workplace could mean that less tax cuts would have to occur. "That’s certainly possible, we’re always looking ...

Wales

Elfyn Llwyd: Plans for limited devolution to Wales are not good enough

Elfyn Llwyd said plans for limited devolution to Wales are "not good enough, frankly". "I think there have been lost opportunities here. We have since 2008 been c...

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