Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman.
“There has been no freeze in the benefits that disabled people receive”, apparently. Plus three other dubious statements.
Are there already splits over cuts?
Haringey, the “first Corbyn Council” run by Momentum figures, is displacing a migrant hub to build 200 luxury flats. Why, and what does this say about Labour in government?
Your guide to the members of the Independent Group.
Since becoming Work & Pensions Secretary last November, she’s been lauded for “resetting” the new welfare system. But this is just spin.
Is the poverty safari genre over?
Introducing yet another platform for hate.
“I want to disavow people of their excessive confidence in the ability of doctors.”
Financial pressures are endangering the future of libraries, youth clubs, bus services, street cleaning, park maintenance – and everything else we expect from our councils.
The delivery company will allow its workers fixed wages and paid leave.