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Work and Pensions secretary Amber Rudd quits

Secretary for Work and Pensions Amber Rudd has resigned from the Cabinet and relinquished the Conservative whip in opposition to the government’s Brexit strategy and the expulsion of 21 rebel MPs.

Should England follow Scotland and Ireland's plans to abolish council tax on nurseries?

We have invited previous contributors to the Parliamentary Review to comment upon political issues which they feel impact them. This week we asked Linda Symons, from Kidz Kabin Nurseries, to discuss the business rate charges which impact nurseries in England but have recently been revoked across the border.

Sajid Javid announces £2.6 billion extra for schools in 2020

According to the chancellor of the exchequer, Sajid Javid, schools in England will receive the sum as an attempt to return to the levels of funding prior to austerity measures.

Colin Low, of Kingsfleet Wealth, talks growth, community, and Victorian pumps

In the past nine years, Kingsfleet Wealth has grown considerably, from a desire to be different in the sector they occupy, they have shown how businesses can impact the local community in the most positive of ways. Colin Low told us more.

Ryanair pilots to go on strike again over pay

UK Ryanair pilots are set to strike for a further seven days this September according to the British Airline Pilots Association.

Prime minister criticises leader of the opposition for preventing a general election

Boris Johnson has argued that Jeremy Corbyn is blocking a general election after the prime minister’s unsuccessful attempt to call for an early general election yesterday.

Government announces end of austerity

Sajid Javid, chancellor of the exchequer, announced yesterday that there would be a £13.8 billion investment in health, education and police, in what he has referred to as the fastest spending increase in 15 years.

HS2 to be delayed by five years, says transport minister

Grant Shapps, the minister for transport, has disclosed that the first phase for the HS2 high-speed railway, could be delayed by up to five years.

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