Chancellor George Osborne says it would be a “disaster” for the UK to stop building infrastructure projects.
Source: George Osborne: It would be a ‘disaster’ to stop building – BBC News
“I am trialling at the moment a job adviser situating themselves in the food bank for the time that the food bank is open
Source: Job advisers placed in food banks, Iain Duncan Smith reveals – BBC News
13 January 2015
David Cameron managed a rare political treble: he proposed a policy that is draconian, stupid and economically destructive.
Source: Cameron wants to ban encryption
26 October 2015
Culture minister Ed Vaizey told the House of Commons the government was not against compulsory encryption for firms holding customer data.
Source: TalkTalk says it will not waive fees to end contracts – BBC News
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The government suffers a major blow as the House of Lords votes to delay tax credit cuts and to compensate those affected in full.
Source: Tax credits: Lords vote to delay controversial cuts – BBC News
A new version of the ministerial code omits a previous reference to ministers being bound by international law.
Source: Ministerial code change to face legal challenge – BBC News
Labour says it would support the government if it delayed plans to curb tax credits, amid efforts in Parliament to kill off the proposals entirely.
Source: Labour ‘would support any U-turn’ over tax credits – BBC News
Labour said the move was a “cynical attempt to rig the system”.
Source: Labour campaigns over electoral registration changes – BBC News
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said people would not believe the PM’s “reassurances”
Source: David Cameron defends tax credit cuts at PMQs – BBC News