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Labour could potentially surge into power with a landslide victory of over 400 seats in the upcoming general election, as per the latest YouGov mega poll. The survey, conducted among 18,000 individuals, foresees Sir Keir Starmer's party securing a parliamentary majority of 154, with an estimated gain of 403 seats...
In the grand theater of democracy, Election Day often resembles a farcical carnival, where the absurdity of political antics rivals the whimsy of April Fools' Day. As citizens flock to the polling booths, they unwittingly participate in a grand spectacle of deceit and illusion, much akin to the pranks...
Is it any wonder that councils across the land—of all political stripes—fail when they employ so many absolutely useless staff? In the private sector, employers tend to look at the record of interviewees and do "due diligence" on their CV's, but local government is a law unto itself, and...
21st November 2023 We represent a range of organisations and individuals working on audit and accountability, local government and local democracy. We are deeply concerned about the current situation in local government audit. In October, a cross-party group of MPs and Peers wrote to the Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, asking him not...
A Tory minister and three other MPs claimed hundreds of pounds of driving fines on expenses - despite it being against the rules.  They are now being contacted and asked to repay the money. Amanda Solloway, a minister in the energy department who used to serve under Suella Braverman at the Home Office,...
The Conservatives are currently at about 20% in the polls. The only ones left supporting them are those who still believe the corporate propaganda being spwewed by much of the corporate media or those who have been conditioned to suck until told to stop. A General Strike is getting closer...
Dedicated workers who keep our public services going - nurses, teachers, posties, ambulance and transport workers - don’t want to be on strike. But, after years of austerity pay cuts, the government has given them no choice. In the last ten years nurses’ pay has fallen by 11% leaving...

No Voter ID No Voting

The backdrop to this government action is this: The UK has low levels of proven electoral fraud. There remains no evidence of large-scale electoral fraud in 2021. There remains no evidence of large-scale electoral fraud in 2019. In 2018, there was no evidence of large-scale electoral fraud. Of the 266 cases that were investigated...
Liz Truss has U-turned on her latest leadership policy pitch to "wage war on Whitehall waste" after a Tory backlash over its impact on public sector pay. On Monday night, the foreign secretary said she would save £8.8m by introducing regional pay boards instead of national ones to set salaries for civil...
Dorset Eye's Ten By Six programme invited Simon Hoare, MP for North Dorset, on to their show to ask him about why he voted against the government when most of his colleagues complied with the three line whip handed down by the government. He very eloquently explained his position...