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George Osborne has unveiled his final budget of the Parliament, and launched a new saving scheme for first time buyers.
A growing economy means it's time for the wealth to be shared: time for a living wage.
The abolition of revenge evictions shows what people can do when they work together.
George Osborne will say the UK faces a "critical choice" at the election when he delivers his Budget today – but what do we know so far?
Raising the personal allowance does not help who it is supposed to.
The cuts mean that many colleges now depend on exploiting their hardworking staff in order to function.
The chef and campaigner who once appeared in a Labour campaign video has joined the Greens.
Labour have swallowed the Conservatives' rhetoric about "us and them". But I'm one of "them", so where does that leave me?
Labour can turn the tables on the Conservatives - by using Ukip against them just as the Tories have used the SNP.
A new proposal from Downing Street has thrown the debates into confusion.
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