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Noel Gallagher to remainers: ‘f**king get over Brexit’

Written by : Jack Shepherd With Liam Gallagher having stolen the spotlight over the last few weeks — commenting on everything the sea to James Corden — brother Noel has decided to cause some controversy. Speaking to Noisey, Gallagher commented on the EU referendum vote, calling on those who voted to …

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REPORT: Theresa May’s husband’s firm named in the Paradise Papers leak

The firm that employs Prime Minister Theresa May’s husband was named in the Paradise Papers data leak, according to a report by Private Eye magazine. Philip May is a relationship manager at investment advisors Capital Group, which used offshore law firm Appleby to arrange investments in tax havens, Private Eye …

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Conservatives accused of “economic murder” in landmark study which links 120k deaths to austerity

Written by : Jack Peat The harsh austerity plan rolled out under consecutive Conservative governments has been linked to 120,000 deaths in Britain. According to a damning landmark study there were 45,000 more deaths in the first four years of Tory-led efficiencies than would have been expected if funding had stayed …

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The poorer you are the more screwed you are. And things are getting worse.

Written by : FRÉA LOCKLEY An influential member of the House of Lords has issued a stark warning about rising food prices. With food prices already at a “four year high” she warns that Brexit could lead to a 33% rise. And this hits the poor hardest. Because another report has shown that economic inequality in the …

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Rupert Murdoch says his newspapers have been ‘tremendously damaged’ by the digital age

Written by : Ben Chapman Rupert Murdoch says his newspapers are struggling because digital advertising “has been has been tremendously damaging to print”. Speaking at News Corp’s AGM on Wednesday, the 86-year-old media tycoon said he did “not really” have any plans to buy any more newspapers. “Our hands are pretty …

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Families with one working parent are suffering the most under Universal Credit cuts – and it’s set to worsen over next 5 years, charity warns

Written by : Alan Jones Many low income families will be worse off despite tax changes and a higher living wage because of cuts to Universal Credit, a new report warns. Research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation found that by 2022, families with one working parent will lose more from cuts …

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Landlord threatens mass evictions ahead of universal credit rollout

Written by : Welfare Weekly A Lincolnshire property company has threatened all of its tenants with eviction if they fail to pay their rent because of delays in receiving universal credit payments, sending all tenants pre-emptive notices ahead of the rollout of the welfare reform. The letter from GAP Property in …

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No wonder John Redwood backs Brexit. He will make money out of it, after all

Written by : Joris Luyendijk When, in a few years, a public inquiry is held into the economic, financial and monetary debacle that is by then Brexit, one of the easier targets will be the Conservative MP and Brexit cheerleader John Redwood. To successfully cleanse British politics of its clowns and …

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Corbyn nails why the government’s privatisation agenda is an absolute ‘rip off’ [VIDEO]

Written by : STEVE TOPPLE Jeremy Corbyn has taken to social media to criticise the Conservative Party’s “rip off” privatisation agenda. And he doesn’t mess around, taking just one minute to nail everything that is wrong with the sale of public property to private companies, in a video called Another example of rip off Tory …

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Calls For A Second Brexit Referendum

Written by : Jasmin Gray The CEO of Goldman Sachs has called for a second referendum on Brexit, claiming “many wish for a confirming vote on a decision so monumental and irreversible”. In a rare tweet, Lloyd Blankfein told his 70,000 followers that Britain should make sure the consensus is “still …