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£5billion fund to boost care for elderly in their homes

£5billion fund to boost care for elderly in their homes aimed at preventing 160,000 admissions to casualty Ministers plan to join up health and care services to improve home care as well as cut A&E admissions and hospital stays, helping to save £532million. 151 comments 100 shares http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2812876/5bn-fund-boost-care-elderly-homes-Cash-aimed-preventing-160-000-admissions-casualty.html

Revealed: UK contributions to the EU have DOUBLED in five years to £8billion

Revealed: UK contributions to the EU have DOUBLED in five years to £8billion …even before the latest bill for extra £1.7billion After billions have been paid into Brussels coffers and some returned through the rebate and EU spending programmes, the UK was £8.6billion in 2013, up from just £4.3billion in 2009 708 comments 1 video […]

We cannot go on as a bloated, welfare-heavy nation,

Cameron warns as he sets out ‘moral case’ for tax cuts The Prime Minister claimed reducing taxes – even before balancing the books – helped to ‘incentivise work’ rather than allowing people to languish on welfare. 730 comments 1 video 63 shares http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2813626/My-moral-mission-cut-workers-taxes-Cameron-PM-says-reducing-tax-helps-improve-living-standards-stops-people-languishing-welfare.html

Labour faces WIPEOUT in Scotland:

Labour faces WIPEOUT in Scotland: As Miliband flies to Glasgow, shocking new poll shows his party is on verge of collapse An extraordinary survey has the Scottish National Party on course to secure 52 per cent – more than double its share of the vote in 2010 – with Labour languishing on 23 per cent, […]

Curbing immigration would be a ‘disaster’ for Britain, says Tony Blair

Curbing immigration would be a ‘disaster’ for Britain, says Tony Blair with warning Labour must not chase Ukip votes The former prime minister said Labour must be ‘really careful’ of saying things that suggested Nigel Farage’s party are justified in their policies. Mr Blair insisted Labour had to make clear that Ukip is wrong on […]

Vulnerable 12-year-old boy who was blinded after being kept in squalid conditions

Vulnerable 12-year-old boy who was blinded after being kept in squalid conditions scrawled ‘help me’ on wall – but social workers TWICE failed to intervene The boy was kept in a filthy, fly-infested house (pictured, left) in Thornaby, near Stockton, Teesside by his mother, Gillian Hendry (top right), and her partner, Craig Dick (bottom right), […]

Britain’s billionaires DOUBLE in number since the credit crunch as inequality gap gets wider

Billionaires 29 Oct 2014 The richest people in Britain are getting even richer while workers have suffered a massive fall in living standards as price rises outstrip wage increases http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/britains-billionaires-double-number-credit-4531203

One in three young people will be jobless or ‘under-employed’ by 2018,

Unemployment 29 Oct 2014 The Local Government Association says the number of 16 to 24-year-olds out of work could be slashed if councils ran education and job schemes http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/one-three-young-people-jobless-4531710

Coalition’s dismal immigration record laid bare in damning Home Office report

Immigration Figures showed that the number of people being deported has slumped 22% since the 2010 election http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/coalitions-dismal-immigration-record-laid-4532621

Murderer serving life sentence chats up women on dating website from PRISON

exclusive Prisons Gavin Ward, who hacked a young dad to death with a samurai sword, apparently set up a profile on matchmaking site Plenty of Fish Makeshift knives found hidden in prison mosque following gang brawl injuries http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/murderer-serving-life-sentence-chats-4532341