A new poll out today shows that the public support for the Junior Doctors strike is even higher than it was in January.
A top city bank boss who is slashing 4000 jobs claims he is also willing to take the pain. By, er, cutting his own bonus in half.
The new chief executive of Credit Suisse, Tidjane Thiam, said he wanted to take a “significant” cut in his bonus after the Swiss bank posted disappointing results last week.
Most Tories are reluctant to sing the praises of immigration from EU countries. Not Tory MP Michael Fabricant.
UKIP’s only councillor in Wales has resigned from the party over the parachuting in of Farage favourites Neil Hamilton, Mark Reckless and Alexandra Phillips for the Welsh Assembly elections in May.
A letter by government ministers to Cameron leaked today reveals that the Tories expect the House of Lords to reject key parts of the Trade Union Bill.
The government announced yesterday that it was going to launch a new initiative to boost the number of women employed in executive position by FTSE companies.
Ironically, they couldn’t find a woman to head it up.
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Ken Livingstone said today that John McDonnell would be the next Labour party leader if Jeremy Corbyn were, “pushed under the bus.”
A big fall in the number of Britons who want to stay within the EU set off worries this morning in the ‘remain’ camp.
But should the pollsters be worried too?