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  • Labour plans minimum wage rise

    Companies vying for Government contracts would have to offer the living wage under plans being drawn up by Labour. Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves told the House magazine that ensuring workers were paid the higher wage of £8.80 rate in London and £7.65 elsewhere was a personal priority. Ed Miliband is a...

BNP

Hazel Blears: Govt must bring people together to combat extremism

Hazel Blears said the Government needed to do more to bring together people from different communities to combat extremism on all sides. “I think that all the mod...

Conservative Party

Bow Group: Lord Tebbit, Sir Gerald Howarth & MP John Redwood MP - Margaret Thatcher Plaza in Madrid must now be replicated in the UK

Bow Group press release Today's unveiling of Margaret Thatcher Plaza in Madrid marks the culmination of the first major project following Margaret Thatcher's pass...

Gossip & Rumour

Osborne: Autumn Statement will take place December 3

This year's Autumn Statement will be delivered on December 3, the Chancellor has confirmed. At Treasury Questions, George Osborne said: "The core purpose of t...

Green Party

Natalie Bennett: The Green Party is appealing to voters from across the spectrum

Natalie Bennett, speaking from the Green Party conference, said the party was expanding its appeal to Tory and Lib Dem voters. "What we're attracting are voters f...

Labour Party

Labour: Commuter misery map shows the reality under David Cameron - Mary Creagh

  Labour press release Mary Creagh MP, Labour's Shadow Transport Secretary, responding to the publication of the publication of the ten most overcrowded peak t...

Liberal Democrats

Oxfam: reaction to Aid Bill vote

Oxfam press release Responding to the House of Commons' vote granting a second reading to the International Development (Official Development Assistance Target)...

Opinion Polls

George Galloway: Independence will harm working people in Scotland

George Galloway said working people would benefit from remaining part of the United Kingdom. “The interests of working people are in staying together. This is a t...

Parliament

Alistair Campbell: Fundamental questions remain unanswered about independence

Alistair Campbell said fundamental questions remained unanswered about Scottish independence. "You’d have to say in terms of what you call the ground war that the...

Plaid Cymru

Leanne Wood: We’re taking a different route to get to the same point as Scotland

Leanne Wood insisted Welsh independence was Plaid Cymru's long-term aim, but admitted her party was not actively pursuing this goal at the present time. “We do wa...

Political & Constitutional reform

Scottish referendum result is a vote for change, says Ed Miliband

The Scottish independence referendum result was a "vote for change", Ed Miliband has said. "Let us be absolutely clear: this was a vote for change," he told assem...

Political System

Scottish referendum: Results council by council

The No campaign has won the independence referendum, obtaining 2,001,926 to 1,617,989 . Below are the results, broken down by each of the 32 Scottish councils.   ...

Public Administration

PCS: MPs back union's call for proper staffing in the Passport Office

PCS union press release MPs on the home affairs select committee have backed the Public and Commercial Services union's demand for proper staffing in the Passport...

SNP

Scottish referendum: Results council by council

The No campaign has won the independence referendum, obtaining 2,001,926 to 1,617,989 . Below are the results, broken down by each of the 32 Scottish councils.   ...

UKIP

Ukip: EU immigration let missing-girl suspect in despite murder conviction

  Ukip press release Revelations that a Latvian wanted for questioning by police over a missing girl has a murder conviction in his home country highlights the...

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