Prime Minister and Chancellor Laugh at Plight of Zero Hours Care Staff

Today at Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs), Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn raised the issue of Care Workers who are on zero hour contracts. As the the Labour leader pointed out that 25% of carers in England are on the unpredictable and much criticised contracts, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Continue Reading

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Tory Candidate Tells Foodbank Users To Take Out Payday Loan

The Conservative Candidate for Broxtowe has come under heavy criticism after footage emerged in which he blamed foodbank users woes on their lack of budgeting skills. He then offered up what he thought was a solution; that they take out a payday loan to buy food. Former RAF Logistics Officer Continue Reading

WATCH – Also In The News – Episode 1

This is episode 1 of my new podcast: Also In The News – #AITN. Many stories don’t get the coverage that they should from mainstream news outlets. That’s why I have decided to start Also In The News. This week I have chosen three areas to talk about. First I Continue Reading

VIDEO – Poverty Britain -#OXSPAM Foodbank Appeal

This is the first in what will be a series of videos. I know they may be controversial due to the manner they are delivered and framed, but I firmly believe that people will take notice this way. For too long people have suffered the effects of Universal Credit and Continue Reading

My Appearance on LBC talking about Universal Credit

This morning I spoke to Darren Adam on LBC about Universal Credit. I thought I’d put this in a post so you can share it more easily. Follow me on Social Media for more news and updates throughout the day. @RespectIsVital on Twitter Universal Credit Sufferer on Facebook @RespectisVital on Continue Reading

Watch “Austerity, it ain’t over – Last Week in the News #LWIN” on YouTube

Austerity, it ain’t over This is the first episode of: Last Week in the News and it’s about austerity. It’s a roundup of news stories throughout the week that didn’t get the coverage they deserve. This week we have stories related to Theresa May’s false claim that “austerity is over.” Continue Reading

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