Nadhim Zahawi, the chairman of the Conservative Party, suggested that the army may be employed to lessen the disruption brought on by strikes in the public sector. Following the announcement that workers may strike before Christmas by the UK’s largest … Continue reading Zahawi Says Army Will be Deployed to Ease Strike Disruption
Which boroughs in Greater London experience the highest deprivation in any kind is depicted on a new map by the Office of National Statistics. The map, which depicts the whole United Kingdom, was created using data from the 2021 census, … Continue reading London – The Great Divide Map of 2022
Britons saw their average pay rise by 6 per cent between June and August, but wages still failed to keep pace with runaway inflation. The government is on course for further clashes with public servants. According to the data, regular … Continue reading Why Are Wages Below Inflation?
As discounter Aldi surpassed Asda to become Britain’s fourth-largest supermarket for the first time, statistics indicate that consumers are now paying a record £571 more on average for their groceries than they did last year.According to research firm Kantar, grocery … Continue reading Cost of Living Crisis: A Windfall Tax on those Supermarkets reporting large profit?
Making her debut speech in PMQ today, Prime Minister Liz Truss confirmed that she is not in favour of implementing Windfall Tax on Energy companies (thereby overturning a previous promise made by Rishi Sunak whilst he was Chancellor); preferring instead … Continue reading Truss Economy: No Windfall Tax; Public Borrowing and a Tax Cut for ‘Investment’?
AN URGENT increase in Universal Credit is necessary as the cost of living crisis pushes people to make “dangerous, impossible decisions” in an attempt to make ends meet. Prices of essential goods in the UK are skyrocketing due to the … Continue reading Trussell Trust Calls for Urgent Incease in Universal Credit