Kevin at a Health Select Committee evidence session

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08 Jun 2015


I am happy to support the Keep Me Posted campaign to protect the right of people to choose how they receive their bills and statements.
03 Jun 2015


The Dinnington Carnival is taking place this Saturday (6 June), starting with a parade around the town.
03 Jun 2015


Events have been taking place across the country to mark Volunteers’ Week, which runs from 1-7 June.
02 Jun 2015


It remains unclear as to how the Government proposes to fill the funding gaps in their childcare plans.
01 Jun 2015


The Manufacturing Outlook report, published by EEF, confirms there is no room for complacency when it comes to manufacturing output and productivity.
01 Jun 2015


The Prime Minister promised that child benefit would not be cut in this parliament, however reports have suggested that he is seeking to rule out cuts for the ‘first two years’.
28 May 2015


The State Opening of Parliament took place earlier this week with the Queen’s Speech setting out the Government’s agenda for the parliamentary year, outlining proposed policies and legislation.
27 May 2015


An Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) report published this week suggested that families with children will lose out from the Government’s plan to cut £12 billion from welfare, with tax credits and child benefit in the firing line.
27 May 2015


Ministers have not set out how their Right to Buy policy will be paid for, and housing experts have said that the plan is unworkable, unfunded and will lead to fewer affordable homes.
26 May 2015


The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) is currently taking applications for their 2015 Awards.
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