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uk foodbank overview

But the underlying cause of Foodbank use in the UK is Cameron and the Tory policies that he and his band of millionaires have implemented.

Tory Scum

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: The Forgotten Human Rights

Last week, researchers at the University College London announced that eating seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day would prolong lives and cuts the risk of dying from cancer and heart disease. 1,175 more words

Human Rights

Who is Looking after Older People: Leeds City Council – or the LibDem/Tory Coalition?

The Right and Wrong Sorts of Older People
Lynton Crosby, the Tories’ highly paid campaign consultant and sometime lobbyist for tobacco giant Phillip Morris, has advised the Tories that the way to win the general election is by cosying up to the older generations i.e. 1,063 more words

Tory/LibDem Policies

Annual real wages in Leeds NW have fallen by 17% since 2010: Yorkshire and the Humber is over-reliant on temporary work

Alex Sobel, Labour’s candidate in Leeds NW, has joined Yorkshire’s Labour MPs to express concern at falling wages and the over-reliance of the region’s jobs market on temporary work. 58 more words

Leeds North West

1 in 5 workers in Yorkshire and Humber are paid less than the Living Wage. We’d all benefit if that changed.

We are in the middle of Fair Pay fortnight – 24 March to 6 April.

We’re taking the opportunity to republish a piece which appeared on the… 631 more words

Cost Of Living

Government’s War on Living Standards (1947 to now)

from Peter Schiff:

Back in 1947, the average American worker made an Ounce and a Half of Gold PER WEEK (that’s even before factoring in that today’s Gold prices are heavily manipulated downwards). 7 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

Greg Mulholland Spin Dossier: No. 15, If you Ride With the Hounds, you can’t Run With the Hare – it’s as simple as that

Standing in for Ed Miliband at Prime Minister’s Questions on 12th March, Harriet Harman was able to put the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, and the Lib Dems firmly in their place. 554 more words

Tory/LibDem Policies