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(((Dawn Butler MP))) Dec 12
The Govt refuses to publish cumulative impact assessments of . Please RT our clause to the Finance Bill to ensure govt publishes the regional impact of their budget on different households, gender & others with protected characteristics.
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Andrew Fisher Dec 20
The Prime Minister bizarrely describes as a success. It downgraded economic growth, downgraded wage growth, downgraded business investment, downgrade productivity growth ... ... What would failure look like?
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Peter Garrett May 8
As predicted completely devoid of climate change measures. Biggest, most costly challenge we face not referenced once & what do we get? Savage cuts to environment department, no more support for renewables, massive subsidies to fossil fuel industries - abject failure.
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @AsoRock @MBuhari
I'm pleased to note that despite the economic challenges in 2017, was able to fully cash-back the capital releases - the highest ever - and in doing so we have fully demonstrated the Administration's commitment to infrastructure development.
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Welcome ALL Yessers Dec 11
STUC Rally planned for same day as Scottish - if this turns into a bat to use against the , my activity with may well stop! If uses the Union bandwagon to criticise without positive suggestions, many Union members will baulk!
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Dan Carden MP Dec 19
The care crisis is a national scandal. Older people in more deprived areas like Liverpool Walton are twice as likely to have their care needs unmet. Yet while the Chancellor used to hand tax giveaways to the banks, social care didn't even get a mention.
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Modern Royal Navy Dec 10
The latest UK failed to address the financial problems at Ministry of Defence as there was no new money for national security, leaving the with its existing financial woes. Is a combined security budget of 2.7% GDP the solution
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Cat Boyd Dec 14
Today is budget day. Let's hope a proper pay rise for public sector workers is on the cards. Enough is enough.
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Government of Nigeria Jan 17
The 1.2 trillion Naira released so far in six months of implementation of has already equalled the total amount released for capital projects in the 2016 budget.
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Daniel Reynolds Dec 4
This kind of analysis shows how fortunate the health sector is to have independent thinks tanks of the quality of these guys - essential 'for the record' briefing on Already citing this a lot in our work - brilliant explainer-style briefing.
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KT #OdeToJoy Parker Jan 29
- for the 1st time in modern history, expected UK GDP growth is BELOW 2% for every year in forecast period. NOW . admits every configuration of lowers "current" forecasts - i.e. leaves us worse off from an outlook that was already the gloomiest ever.
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @HMKemiAdeosun
2/ The N1,580,270,755,084.44 in total capital releases for 2017 is higher than the N1,219,471,747,443.00 total for 2016.
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mandy rhodes Dec 14
Imaginative on income tax from & hard to argue with the less well off paying less tax. [I'm sure people will find reason to though]
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🌹#iVoted4Corbyn Dec 27
Jeremy Corbyn: "5.5 million worker earn less than the living wage, a million more than 5 years ago." "Why didn't the Chancellor take the opportunity to make changes to control debt like: Cap Credit Card debt?"
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mandy rhodes Dec 14
One of the silliest responses to 's budget is a press release saying: 'In a preliminary response...' Does that mean 'here's a response before I've had time to think?'
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Kemi Adeosun Jun 19
Replying to @HMKemiAdeosun
We will continue to work to attract private capital to complement government spending in these key areas of infrastructure and human capital development.
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NHSGGC Dec 15
Finance Minister this morning visited the QEUH campus to join in with student nurses at the Teaching & Learning Centre.
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Ruth Cadbury MP Dec 1
Independent analysis shows 86% of cuts have fallen on the shoulders of women. I have signed a letter to demanding they publish a comprehensive equality impact assessment of and future policies
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Fiona Onasanya Dec 13
The government needs to of their future policies on different households, gender & others with protected characteristics for !
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Old Mutual SA Feb 21
[THREAD] Flashback to the key take outs from . What outcomes are you most looking forward to in today’s speech?
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