“Epa, Epa, Eeeepaaaaa” – Grampa Simpson.
Yes, but it might not buy you a good policy.
Jeremy Corbyn's new policy programme is attracting good reviews - and comparisons to his predecessor. How similar are they?
Passengers can be forcibly dragged off planes because airlines know they'll keep coming back.
Just don't expect it to be all brunch and no washing up.
The European Parliament has finally passed laws policing the standards of medical devices. But will the UK reverse these gains?
Philip Hammond, unlike George Osborne, has no fiscal rules. Here's why that matters.
Women who leave abusive partners may be hit by child tax credit and ESA cuts, as well as the lack of funding for refuges.
Bereaved parents with young children get less, while higher-paid earners keep more.
The “gig economy” may be the second most misunderstood phrase in modern use, after Brexit. And it also seems to mean whatever you want it to mean. It’s hard to think beyond ride-sharing apps and someone with your takeaway on the back of a push bike, but it also includes a host of online platforms connecting buyers and sellers for all kinds of work, from “clickwork”, micro-tasks you can do on your phone while waiting for the bus, to all kinds of bespoke specialist work. The common feature seems to be a platform that allows people wanting something doing to connect with people willing to do it.
A tax rise of £35 a year was called "grossly unfair". But some disabled people are set to lose that every week.
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