MPs’ expenses claims have soared by more than 40 percent in just five years.
While many an MP likes an expense to claim, it seems a few are less keen on declaring them.
The acting chief constable of South Yorkshire Police (SYP) has called for an “independent assessment of Orgreave”.
Papers with a long line in scapegoating are committed to opposing antisemitism. Good. No longer is picturing a man of Jewish heritage looking strange eating a bacon sandwich a story.
Some 120 billionaires have stashed a total of £343.9 billion in Britain.
Bungling baron George Osborne has one trick— making numbers appear out of nowhere. But he uses it often.
Tory culture secretary John Whittingdale has had a lengthy relationship with Olivia King, a woman who works as a professional dominatrix and escort.
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“Work until you drop” is the message from the government and private pension firms.
Esther McVey, the former TV presenter and employment minister, had the bad luck to be one of the few Tory MPs to lose a seat to Labour last year.
The Tories have suffered a series of defeats over the past two weeks.
Google has agreed to pay back £130 million in back taxes, which is nice of them.
The 62 richest people on the planet are worth more than the combined wealth of half the world’s population.
Bungling Baron George Osborne warned against complacency over the economy last week.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds in allowances were paid during 2015 to peers who went through the year without ever contributing in the House of Lords.
Evidence at the trials of Sun journalists showed that Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper group prompted the police investigation into payments by its own papers. It did so because it wanted to escape a corporate prosecution for corruption. It has got its way.
War is good for business. Defence companies have rushed to assure investors that they stand to gain from the escalating conflicts in the Middle East.