- Esther McVey tells young they must to start at bottom and work way up
- Claims British youth less prepared for world of work than foreign migrants
- 941,000 people aged 16-24 unemployed – 282,000 for more than a year
- Echoes of Norman Tebbit ‘on your bike’ slogan to workless
- Shadow Chancellor accuses Government of being ‘complacent’
- Mr Balls said recovery ‘was not built to last’ as wages were still down
- His comments have been slammed by financial experts as ‘disgraceful’
- Lord Rennard will seek an injunction if Mr Clegg holds inquiry into claims
- Lord Steel raised stakes saying threat of expulsion should be withdrawn
- Party members warn he has ‘black book’ of Lib Dems he’s not afraid to use
LABOUR peers were last night accused of plotting to wreck David Cameron’s plans for a vote on Britain’s EU membership.
WHEN the history is written years from now of how Britain won back its sovereignty I predict that two names will be up at the top of the billing.
MOST members of the unelected House of Lords realise that its function is merely to smooth the rough edges off government legislation.
More than 50 amendments tabled for committee stage of the EU Referendum Bill, including holding a petition of a million voters, posing the questions in Cornish and giving prisoners the vote
Nicky Morgan, the economic secretary, says party needs a more ‘positive long term plan’ instead of talking about what they are ‘anti’ all the time