“The Prime Minister in 2009, when leader of the opposition, said ‘no ifs, no buts, no third runway’.”
Source: PM must oppose Heathrow expansion MP argues (From The Argus)
…a u-turn on controversial tax credit cuts and a new 3 per cent surcharge on stamp duty for buy-to-let properties…
Source: Key points of the 2015 Autumn Statement at a glance | Daily Mail Online
Trident replacement over-runs and it isn’t even approved by parliament yet!
Up to 10,000 troops could be deployed in the event of a Paris-style attack, David Cameron says, as the estimated cost of renewing the UK’s nuclear deterrent increases by £6bn.
Source: Defence review: 10,000 troops could tackle terror attacks – PM – BBC News
The government is making slow progress on meeting the annual borrowing forecast as official figures revealed the worst October public sector finances for six years.
Source: Government borrowing worst October figure in six years – BBC News
Police cuts expected in next week’s Spending Review may “reduce very significantly” the ability to respond to a Paris-style attack, one of the UK’s most senior officers warns.
Source: Police cuts: Terror response warning to home secretary – BBC News
Not quite ready for prime time then.
Many celebrated toy company Mattel’s first Barbie “commercial” featuring a boy. But it turns out that’s not exactly what happened.
Source: The real story behind the boy in the Barbie commercial – BBC News
In a newly released video on the group’s French YouTube page, the anonymous hackers warn the terror group to ‘expect us’ because its members from all over the world are going to ‘hunt you down’.
Source: Anonymous declares war on ISIS in YouTube video saying it will ‘unite humanity’ | Daily Mail Online
UK MPs are investigating what it will cost ISPs to meet government proposals to log what Britons do online.
Source: Cost concerns over web spying proposals – BBC News