It was fantastic to see almost 100 people at our Report Back on Thursday. It is clear that people are fed up with the latest crisis engulfing this Tory Government. With the new Chancellor promising Austerity 2.0, there was plenty for us to talk about. I also want to thank those of you who responded toContinue reading Report Back with the Constituency – October 2022
After the period of mourning, attention turns once again to the hardships facing many people in Britain today. The Prime Minister and her new Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, say tax cuts are the answer but I have my doubts. His decision to reverse National Insurance increases without any additional plans to support the NHS can onlyContinue reading Chancellor’s ‘fiscal event’ is a non-event for the struggling
As the Downing Street saga over the Prime Minister’s possible resignation continues, the real drama is the cost of living crisis. Last week, the Bank of England raised interest rates for a second time, as fears grow over galloping inflation. Inflation is heading for 7% and new interest rates will mean an extra £25 perContinue reading Big profits while we all feel pinch
The Chancellor of the Exchequer today gave his Spring Statement in the House of Commons.