Rate of unemployment falls but concerns remain

The rate of UK unemployment fell to 3.8% in the three months to December from 3.9% in the previous three months, the Office for...

Millions cold lose TV services due to poor broadband coverage says report

A report out today is predicting that  5.5mn UK premises that is 18%, are predicted to be without a highspeed broadband subscription in 2040,...

Councils call for pavement parking ban

Powers to ban pavement parking need to be extended to all areas across England to save lives and make our streets safer, more than...

Junior doctors announce more strike action this month

The BMA’s junior doctors committee has announced further strike dates in England, from the 24th February to 28th February, after the Government failed to...

New consultation over Martyn’s Law is launched

A new consultation has been launched by the Government over the so called Martyn’s Law The law is named after Martyn Hett, one of 22...

New figures suggest a bigger but weaker labour force in the U.K.

New figures out this morning suggest that a record 2.8m Britons are not working due to ill health The revised ONS figures suggest that the...

Water bills to rise 6 per cent as record investment promised including major works...

Consumers will be paying around £2 a month more for water a rise of around six per cent as water Companies across England and...

Interest rates held but signals that they may fall soon

The Bank of England has held interest rates at 5.25% but has signalled that its next move will probably be down In its forecast the...

MP’s warn of council bankruptcies if Government doesn’t fix the £4billion funding cap

A cross party committee of MP’s has warned The Government that they must fix the £4bn hole in council funding arrangements for 2024-25 or risk...

Government confirms no routine checks on good between Britain and Northern Ireland

There will be no routine checks on goods moving between Great Britain and Ireland the government has announced as part of a deal to...