MICHAEL Gove, the leading Brexiter, has publicly apologised for comparing economic experts warning about Brexit with the Nazis who smeared Albert…
Source: Gove forced to make public apology after slur on Remain economic experts (From Herald Scotland)
“Very unfair” and a “tax on learning” were two of the phrases used by Mr Osborne
Source: Osborne letter pledging to scrap tuition fees surfaces after 13 years – BBC News
The government has announced a major climb-down from its plan to force all schools in England to become academies.
Source: Government U-turn on English schools to Academies plan – BBC News
Those “broadband have-nots” could face a four-year wait until they are legally entitled to request such a service.
Source: Rural broadband only on request, says government – BBC News
Plans to force all of England’s schools to become academies are being abandoned in a government climbdown.
Source: Government climbdown over forced academies plan in England – BBC News
He flew to the Canary Island this morning – despite urging the public to spend their holidays in the flood-hit north of England to help boost the economy of local communities.
Source: David Cameron flies to Lanzarote for ‘time to think’ after tough week | Daily Mail Online
The U-turn came after the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs said poppers should not be banned.
Source: Ministers decide not to ban ‘poppers’ – BBC News
A big hole had been blown in the Budget, one of most fundamental parts of any government’s credibility.
Source: Where does week of drama leave Cameron and Osborne? – BBC News
Now, many doubt he will ever be their leader, or even the chancellor much longer.
Source: How damaged is George Osborne by IDS resignation? – BBC News
Ex-minister David Laws said NHS boss Simon Stevens told Downing Street the service needed £15billion until 2020, but reduced his demand to £8billion after being told there was ‘no way’.
Source: David Laws claims David Cameron wanted budget cut to pretend NHS needed less cash | Daily Mail Online