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A former employment minister has questioned the legality of introducing pre-paid cards for those on benefits. Mark Hoban raised concerns about Iain Duncan Smith’s announcement yesterday, telling a fringe event: “I think this card has been looked at quite often… there may be some legal issues around using it.”
The Conservatives will keep their target to reduce net immigration to less than 100,000 by next year, Theresa May has said. The most recent figures put net migra...
Sajid Javid said he would not pass judgement on the new independent media regulator. "I think it’s a very sad outcome for Brooks, he’s a friend of mine, and I thi...
A press release from the Conservatives: Osborne: Choose the future In his conference speech today, George Osborne set out the choice at the next election betwee...
Today’s teenagers will have to “work forever” because of the rising retirement age, the Skills Minister has said. Nick Boles predicted that those leaving school ...
Labour press release Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting ahead of George Osborne's speech to the Conservative Party Annual...
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