In an astonishing narrow-minded article by Sunday Political Editor David Wooding, The Sun casually champions the idea of abolishing key safeguarding workers legislation, ignoring the potential adverse impact this would have for its readers.
With the gift of EU withdraw not available until March 2019, the nation had to make do with a Brexit Pantomime to put itself into that festive spirit.
Confusion in Whitehall as the Government appears to quickly renege on earlier suggestion it would lift the Public Sector Pay Cap.
MP’s on the radio become a big feature this week, but the two examples in question have very different reasons…
Today’s State Opening of Parliament led by Her Majesty The Queen represented Theresa May’s first Queen Speech as Prime Minister, one that could quite possibly be her last.
That is the number of days between now and the end of the 2 year Article 50 notice period, at which point the United Kingdom would cease to be a member of the European Union.
It was the wealthiest council, it was the poorest council
It was the council of everything, it was the council of nothing
It was the council of the wise, it was the council so foolish
It was the council for millionaires, it was the council for the zero hours
It was the council of luxuriousness, it was the council of austerity