West Ham United and Newcastle United have been raided as part of a HM Revenue and Customs investigation into tax and national insurance fraud related to player transfers.
Between space hoppers, rubik’s cubes and the first games consoles, there’s plenty for children of the 1970s to be nostalgic about. But they probably don’t wish their kids had the same standard of schooling as they did.
Tory members of the Scottish Parliament defended the UK Government’s rape clause – despite being read a letter of opposition to the policy from a mother who conceived a child through rape.
Theresa May said she wouldn’t do TV debates because she believes “in campaigns where politicians go out and meet the voters” – but her recent experiences on the campaign trail must have her longing for the comfort of a TV studio.
Theresa May promised to act in the interests of families “just managing” in her first speech as Prime Minister – but new figures show her Government is driving low income families to foodbanks.
Beekeepers, football mascots and the police could all fall victim to UKIP’s totally thought through ban on face coverings.
A special advisor to Chancellor Philip Hammond has become the third senior Tory staff member to quit Whitehall ahead of the general election.
UKIP want school girls from “at risk groups” to face an invasive medical check for signs of genital mutilation at least once a year – and every time they return from a trip abroad.
George Osborne has been named and shamed by fellow MPs over his conduct in relation to his appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard.
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