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Ministers and their advisers gave an "extraordinary level of access" to a Conservative council to resolve funding concerns, MPs have heard. Tory MP Jonathan Lord (Woking) suggested that Communities Secretary Sajid Javid could resort to cutting funding for other local authorities to provide £31 million needed by Surrey County Council,…
A self-employed woman forced to take a pay cut to become a full-time carer has urged Chancellor Philip Hammond to "see sense and reconsider" his controversial increase in National Insurance contributions (NICs), claiming: "You are risking my livelihood." Claire Hovey, 32, and partner Chris Edwards, also 32, have been live-in…
The NHS's longest serving chief executive has been placed on extended leave after an investigation was launched into "a number of very serious issues". Sir Leonard Fenwick, who has run the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 40 years, was forced out in January after the inquiry began.…
Former children's commissioner for England Sir Al Aynsley-Green has accused the Government of having "short-term, inconsistent and untrustworthy" policies that are letting down young people across the country. Professor Aynsley-Green is calling for a "wholesale cultural change of attitude" towards children, and says if Government continues to fail them, responsibility…
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