Brexiters greeted news of Vote Leave breaking the law with deafening silence
Attempts to limit MPs' powers to scrutinise future trade deals
Scale of disruption slowly becoming clear
Govt passes law against its own negotiation strategy
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Government’s response to Work and Pensions Committee’s recommendations ‘extremely disappointing’, say campaigners
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has expressed disappointment at the Government’s response to the recommendations made by the Work and Pensions Committee’s ‘Universal Credit: supporting self-employment’ report.
LITRG’s summer jobs tax tips
Humanists UK has described as ‘timid’ a new report, published today, on the future place of religion in the education system.
BASC is seeking clarification from Natural Resources Wales (NRW) on the conditions attached to its decision to support the continuation of shooting on public land.