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Theresa May's plan to tackle housing crisis dismissed savaged by senior Tories: 'Nonsense'
Former housing minister and local government chief warn 'nothing will change'.
The Independent - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Government departments cannot afford Theresa May's pledge to scrap public sector pay cap, new analysis warns
‘The Conservatives are attempting to hoodwink the public into believing that the public sector pay cap is over while knowing full-well that it isn’t’.
The Independent - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon How Theresa May’s reforming ministers are constrained
When Theresa May gave her big housing speech today, in front of a rather strange fake brick backdrop that made the Prime Minister appear to be emerging from a chimney, she was trying to speak to two audiences.
The Spectator - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Baby steps as Theresa May misses open goals on housing
Few believe that Theresa May's reforms to increase levels of housebuilding are a game changer - and that includes some in Cabinet.
Sky News - Posted 06/03/2018

Poll finds just a third of voters in Tory-run areas still link the party to low council tax as Theresa May faces defeats in London elections
Just a third of people in Tory-run areas link the party to low council tax, a new poll has found as Theresa May faces heavy defeats in local elections.
Mail Online - Posted 05/03/2018

We need to build more homes but 'character' of rural towns and villages will not be sacrificed - Theresa May
England needs more homes. For many decades and under successive governments, we simply haven’t built enough to meet steadily rising demand, and it is our children and grandchildren who are paying the price.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 05/03/2018

Target wealthy baby boomers, says Tory peer
Lord Willetts pushes measures to prevent a 15p rise in income tax being imposed on the younger generation.
The Guardian - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon May attacks 'perverse incentive' of housing industry bonuses
PM to criticise focus on profits rather than homes built as she aims to rewrite rules on planning.
The Guardian - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing Minster Heather Wheeler Promises To Resign If Rough Sleeping Crisis Gets Worse
A record 4,700 people are sleeping on England's streets.
Huffington Post - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon John McDonnell: Spring Statement 'must help ailing councils'
John McDonnell has urged the government to ensure that the Spring Statement offers help to local councils that are struggling financially.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Just 8 per cent of voters feel 'more optimistic' about Brexit, says new poll
Less than one in 10 Britons feel more optimistic about Brexit than a year ago, a poll suggests.
London Evening Standard - Posted 04/03/2018

Sixty Icon Ministers have shelved a plan to cut benefit sanctions, sending poorest to food banks
Exclusive: A 'yellow card' warning system was announced in late 2015 – but there is still no date for introducing it.
The Independent - Posted 04/03/2018

“Austerity measures are creating an existential crisis” – McDonnell’s full speech at Southampton conference
This is the full text of John McDonnell’s speech today at Labour’s regional economic conference in Southampton.
LabourList - Posted 04/03/2018

Sixty Icon Council leaders across UK believe Brexit will hurt local economies
More than 60% of council leaders and chief executives predict negative impact on their regions, survey finds.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Labour councillors say they are being cut out of Grenfell fire inquiry
Request for core participant status representing survivors of blaze was rejected three times.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon David Cameron and George Osborne hail plan after UK deficit target met
David Cameron and George Osborne have hailed their austerity plan after the former chancellor's deficit reduction target was finally met.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon UKIP loses control of its only local authority
UKIP lost control of Thanet District Council yesterday after a Conservative was voted in as leader.
LocalGov - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Theresa May urges Britain to 'come back together'
PM’s speech puts stress on ‘tolerant democracy’ in overture to EU remainers while also attempting to calm Tory rebels.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2018

May to set out UK 'tests' for Brexit deal
Prime Minister Theresa May will set out five "tests" for a future UK-EU deal and pledge to "bring our country together" in a major speech on Friday.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon MPs to get pay rise of more than £1,300
MPs will get a pay rise of 1.8 per cent on April 1 - raising their salaries from £76,011 to £77,379.
London Evening Standard - Posted 02/03/2018

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