Monthly Archives: February 2015

Dr Louise Irvine talks to the BBC about DevoManc

Dr Louise Irvine talks to the BBC about #DevoManc NHA – South West Surrey Group Posted on February 25, 2015 by swsurreynha £6bn a year of health spending is to be handed to Greater Manchester. It is the first region … Continue reading

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Britain Must End All Intervention in Ukraine:

  From left: Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko pose for a group photo at Independence Palace in Minsk For the British government and its NATO allies the problem … Continue reading

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Ukraine: The role of Fascist far right in conflict

The Azov volunteer battalion is run by an extremist group and sports a modified neo-Nazi Wolf’s Hook Ever since Ukraine’s February revolution, the Kremlin has characterised the new leaders in Kiev as a “fascist junta” made up of neo-Nazis and … Continue reading

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Council Tax should be abolished.

The Conservative and Lib/Dem Government has done the opposite to cutting Council Tax. In order to fund and protect services, cuts to the Government grant have caused Councils to raise taxes as well as cut services. The Council tax based … Continue reading

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Ukraine: Poroshenko bruised by army retreat

By David Stern BBC News, Kiev Damage in Vihlehirsk, near Debaltseve, testifies to the intensity of the fighting   The question is not whether the fall of the strategically important road and rail hub of Debaltseve was a blow to … Continue reading

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TUC: David Cameron wants you to believe he’s the workers’ friend. Don’t fall for it

Frances O’Grady Average wages have decreased in real terms under the present government. Expect more of the same – and worse – if the Tories are re-elected Which party is most trusted to be on the side of working people? … Continue reading

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Wage stagnation has increased the deficit by at least £33bn, says TUC

16 February 2015 The government is collecting £33.4bn less in income tax and national insurance than official forecasts suggested because of the lack of earnings growth in the UK, according to independent analysis in The living standards tax gap just … Continue reading

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