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Labour and the Conservatives to announce plans for housing

The Labour and Conservative parties are expected to announce their plans to address England’s housing crisis on Thursday, with Labour due to unveil its election manifesto.

Lib Dems pledge 20,000 extra teachers as part of education spending

The Liberal Democrats have promised to invest billions into schools should they win December’s general election, including on the recruitment of 20,000 more teachers over five years.

Conservatives criticised for changing Twitter account to “factcheckUK”

The Conservative Party has been heavily criticised for changing the name of their press Twitter account to “factcheckUK.”

Conservatives promise to give police “greater” stop and search powers

Ahead of the December 12 general election, prime minister Boris Johnson has promised that the police will be provided with “greater freedoms” to use stop and search tactics against known knife carriers.

Miah & Co ready as the era of change continues

The world of accountancy and tax consultancy is one that has seen significant shifts over the last forty years, with events ranging from Thatcher’s deregulation in the 1980s to the financial crisis of 2008 leading the industry to change direction quite suddenly.

NEST Management helps drive rapidly expanding martial arts market

The latter half of the twentieth century saw the sport of boxing explode. As television ownership increased, so too did the popularity of fixtures and the fighters. Muhammad Ali became an international sensation, while Mike Tyson arrived later to terrorise the nineties.

Lib Dems to axe business rates, Swinson says

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has said that the party would scrap business rates and instead implement a new tax on commercial landowners should they win December’s general election.

Tata Steel to offload around 3,000 jobs in Europe

Tata Steel is set to cut around 3,000 jobs in its European arm after a failed bid to merge with German steel giant ThyssenKrupp in the summer.

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