George Osborne is to declare war on nimbys, saying English planning laws have made it impossible to build enough houses.
In Groundhog Day, Bill Murray got to relive the same day over and over again until he was note perfect. In the House of Commons, Chris Grayling’s life is travelling in the opposite direction.
Speaking in the European Parliament on Wednesday, UKIP’s leader said that Greece should not be in the euro.
Iain Duncan Smith displayed an enthusiastic reaction to news of the introduction of a compulsory living wage in the budget on Wednesday.
The government has announced that the BBC will be picking up the tab for over-75s’ free TV licences, this is wrong, and is yet another example of how pensioners seem exempt from spending cuts.
The chancellor may have announced a ‘living wage’ for those over 25, but it falls short of the recommended living wage.
A poll by Survation suggests that fears of a Labour-SNP deal after the election may have had an impact in the election outcome.