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I led a Sage report on the effects of inequality during Covid – and the urgent need to address racism in our public services, says Sage ethnicity subgroup report leader Laura Bear
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15th April 2021 Future students of history and politics will no doubt have to answer essay questions about who was the worst prime minister out of David Cameron, Theresa May and Boris Johnson. And …
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If companies can use the pandemic to ‘fire and rehire’, a relentless race to the bottom beckons for Britain’s workforce, says Guardian columnist Owen Jones
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Labour hit out after just 6,000 people started placements in more than six months on the £2bn Kickstart scheme - but the government insist lockdowns are to blame and the projection is 'misleading'
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Exclusive: Opposition says delayed register of interests must now be published amid Greensill scandal and concerns about conflicts.
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The SNP leader set out her party's plans for the next parliamentary term.
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Growing the economy will help to mitigate the pandemic fallout, says Economy Minister Diane Dodds.
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The PM's response was to a Downing Street aide who he had asked to intervene after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman objected to the way a takeover of Newcastle United was blocked.
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Over 400 financial firms in Britain have shifted activities, staff and a combined trillion pounds ($1.4 trillion) in assets to hubs in the European Union due to Brexit, with more pain to come, a study from New Financial think tank said on Friday.
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Matt Hancock omitted to declare his connection to a company owned by his close family, despite it winning a place on a framework to provide services to the English NHS in 2019, as well as contracts with the NHS in Wales.
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It may not be an economic miracle, but the accelerating recovery now underway is a breathtaking turn of fortunes for the much denigrated British economy.
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The Liberal Democrats have announced a plan to cut taxes for high street retailers - a measure the party said would help small businesses recover in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Hongkongers are applying for the bespoke visa route for British National Overseas passport holders at a rate of 3,000 per week, leaked figures reveal.More than 35,000 British National Overseas (BNO)
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British intellectual life has seen a process of taboo-busting across the arts. The censoriousness of the 21st century isn’t the last word