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‘Flawed Universal Credit left me with £8.89 to live on – now I’m taking the Government to court’.

Actress and theatre director Charmaine Parkin says the controversial benefit is discriminatory against people who are self-employed. A single mother-of-two has vowed to take on the Government over its ‘flawed’ Universal Credit system after she was left with just £8.89...

O2 compensation: How you can claim money back from O2 after network went down.

By Harvey Sullivan and Helen Knapman, Digital Deputy Consumer Editor 7th December 2018, 9:01 am MILLIONS of O2 mobile customers have been hit after the network suffered an outage this week, which left users unable to use their data. But if you feel the outage caused...

UK ‘golden visa’ scheme to be suspended due to corruption fears.

Patrick Greenfield  @pgreenfielduk  Email The global super-rich hoping to live and invest in the UK will face new visa restrictions as part of Home Office reforms designed to tackle organised crime and money laundering. The tier 1 visa, which provides a fast-track...

‘Arguable case’ government committed contempt over Brexit legal advice.

By Aubrey Allegretti, the political reporter. The government may have broken parliamentary rules by failing to fully release legal advice over the Brexit deal, according to John Bercow. The House of Commons Speaker announced MPs would get a chance to debate and vote...

Brexit: Ministers may have broken rules by not publishing legal advice – Speaker.

The UK government may have broken Parliamentary rules by not publishing Brexit legal advice, the Commons Speaker has said. John Bercow said there was an “arguable case” that a contempt of Parliament has been committed. It means MPs will debate and vote on...
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