- Nurses are ignoring desperately ill patients and their relatives, says report
- In one case, a nurse told patient’s husband: ‘I’m a graduate. I don’t do sick’
- In another, a relative had to wait until staff had finished bidding on eBay
- Ann Clwyd based report on 2,500 patient, relative and staff accounts
- Last year, she told how her husband had died in hospital ‘like a battery hen’
- Iain Duncan Smith said in letter that BBC was misleading viewers
- Former immigration minister Damian Green also wrote to corporation bosses
- Documents were released under Freedom of Information laws
- Growing pressure on BBC from Tories angered by its perceived bias
- Stevie Deans investigated for spending company time on Labour business
- Row triggered union threats and led Iseos to announce plant closure
- Unite backed down on Friday in a bid to save 800 jobs at Grangemouth
- Mr Deans implicated in the row over Labour selecting a candidate in Falkirk
- Patrick McLoughlin will say Labour is depriving North of economic benefits
- New plans unveiled showing how railway could extend to Scotland
- Report says abandoning HS2 could lead to 14 years of delays elsewhere
- Prime Minister said he did not ‘blame’ Eastern Europeans who flock to UK
- Compared ‘can do’ attitude of foreign workers with young Brits
- Half of factory workers are from overseas, Cameron says
- 15% of all people in work are non-UK nationals
- British jobless must get into the habit of work, PM warns
- HMRC bosses accused of being ‘chronically incapable’ of collecting all tax
- Official tax gap does not include millions which global firms could owe
- Public accounts committee says HMRC should make some ‘show cases’ to test loopholes
The newspaper and magazine industry last night launched a legal challenge against plans to impose a Royal Charter written by politicians to regulate the Press.
ENERGY bosses face tough questioning from MPs today after new figures showed profit margins more than doubled over the past year while industry costs barely rose.
AN illegal immigrant was twice spared from being deported before raping a woman in in her own home.
An equalities watchdog has been accused by politicians of a “dereliction of duty” over a lack of action to prevent discrimination during election campaigns.
THE Big Six energy giants strangling Britain’s households with massive fuel bills this winter are also pocketing vast sums of free money from Brussels in the form of EU grants–including cash from its foreign aid budget.
The Prime Minister says young Brits cannot “fully” compete with hard-working immigrants from Eastern Europe
David Cameron has said he is “seriously concerned” about the escalation of tensions over the border between Spain and Gibraltar.
Blair criticises Ed Miliband for lacking experience outside politics
Tony Blair said MPs should work normal jobs before entering politics to give them a better overview of how the world works
David Cameron’s moves to curb the power of lobbyists could “undermine the very fabric of democracy” a report claims.
Report accuses firms of artificially inflating prices through lack of competition
Pro-EU Group British Influence’s UKIP Charity Stitch Up
Party Demand Charity Commission Investigates
The cross-party pro-EU group “British Influence” – backed by Danny Alexander, Kenneth Clarke and Peter Mandelson – has written privately to a charity to ask for their help campaigning against UKIP in the European elections next year.
The Prime Minister has been criticised by union leaders for suggesting young people were to blame for migrant workers taking jobs