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Migrants can’t live on fresh air

Cllr Nazir Ahmed FRSA – barrister, writer, analyst and public representative – calls on the Home Office to lift the “No Recourse to Public Funds” restriction. No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) is a standard condition applied to those staying in ...

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Starmer begins the witch-hunt

KEIR STARMER has taken his first step towards silencing dissent in the Labour Party – by sacking Rebecca Long Bailey from the Shadow Cabinet. During the leadership election, Starmer said that he wanted to unite the Labour Party. Old cynics ...

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Labour Councillors contact details

Under the Executive Mayor system, councillors have little formal power in the Council. The Executive Mayor takes almost all the decisions. However, councillors are able to lobby the Mayor, and the Executive Mayor is more likely to listen to them ...

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BMA welcomes mask measures

FACE COVERING measures on public transport and hospitals are only the first step says the British Medical Association (BMA). Doctors have long been campaigning for more masks – and more public information about wearing them – to help slow down ...

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