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The town hall sent bailiffs to more than 700 benefit claimants for missing council tax payments last year, it has been revealed. The figures were published ahead of this week’s scrutiny commission meeting and come after the decision to bill all...

The SNP has called on the Tory government to pay compensation to disabled people who were left out of pocket as a result a major error by the UK Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).  Responding to a new report by the Public Accounts Committee...

Late last year ABC founder Simon Collyer drove through what he now knows is a Bus Gate. Bus Gates are redistricted road sections which you cannot drive on. Simon won his first case and the PCN was withdrawn as the road signs lighting was not working....

The latest Labour Force Survey (LFS) estimates for the period March-May 2018 indicate that, over the quarter, the employment rate increased, the economic inactivity rate decreased and the unemployment rate was unchanged. The number of people on the N...

For the three months ending May 2018, the highest employment rate in the UK was in the South West (79.2%) and the lowest was in Northern Ireland (69.8%). For the three months ending May 2018, the highest unemployment rate in the UK was in London (5.1...

Google has introduced a new job hunting service for UK workers, which will enable individuals to “find jobs near me”. The internet giant said the feature will make it easier to find jobs and will mean that job seekers will no longer need...

Sir Oliver Letwin gave a refreshing and highly honest and informative speech to close Housing 2018 this year which some delegates have described it as the highlight discussion of the entire event. In his discussion Sir Oliver gave an overview of the...

From the ONS.  Migration is a complex issue and to fully understand it we need to consider all information. Our best assessment shows around 280,000 more people coming to the UK than leaving in 2017, so net migration has continued to add to the...

John Ball, (died July 15, 1381, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Eng.), one of the leaders of the Peasants’ Revoltin England. A sometime priest at York and at Colchester, Ball was excommunicated about 1366 for inflammato...

Over Half of Investigations Against Councils Upheld Last Year By the Ombudsman.  The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman’s annual report has revealed that 57 per cent of the investigations into complaints against councils were uphel...

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