Speculation is rising that Tameside Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Unit could join 23 other A&E units across the country that have been identified for a possible downgrade or closure according to an analysis of new documents revealed by iNews. (1) A detailed analysis of plans to remodel the NHS across England show that 24 emergency […]
Speculation grows that Tameside A&E has been identified for a possible downgrade or for closure by the Government — Andrew Gwynne MP17 Feb
Originally posted on The SKWAWKBOX: News has emerged today that all allegations against Wallasey CLP (constituency Labour party) have ‘collapsed’ because of their complete lack of substance and the failure to follow party procedures, such as reporting alleged homophobia to the police, even though this was demanded by Labour rules and by the CLP executive. The NEC…
Denton and Reddish MP, Andrew Gwynne, has reacted angrily to the discovery that the government has apparently offered Conservative-led Surrey Council special terms to back down on a proposal to increase council tax by 15 percent in order to deal with the social care crisis. At present the Government has not offered any type of […]
by Sasha Nimmo
In September 2016, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) was compelled to release the data from the 2011 PACE trial, a trial which examined the effect of graded exercise therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy against standard medical care.
West Australian Alem Matthees was one of many people who wanted a closer look at the information from the study.
In March 2014, he filed a UK Freedom of Information Act request for the data, but Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), the institution that sponsored the PACE study, denied his request. On 18 June 2014, Matthees requested an internal review, but QMUL again denied his request. On 15 Dec 2014, he filed a complaint to the Information Commissioner (IC). In October 2015, the IC ruled in Matthees’ favour that the researchers were required to release the anonymised data of the study. QMUL appealed but again lost their appeal in…
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It seems the problems just won’t go away for UKIP. The party, which seems be listing uncontrollably and in danger of plunging under the waves at any moment has seemingly been “busted” by French prime time news show, L’oeil du 20 heures.
The net is closing in on Farage and almost two decades of alleged financial irregularities.
Nigel Farage, Roger Helmer and new UKIP leader, Paul Nuttall were all named in the investigative piece – which can be found here in French.
The net appears to be closing in on UKIP and their massive alleged financial irregularities, booking cooking and general fraudulent behaviour. Many whistle-blowers and ex-UKIP members have told a similar tale after leaving the party, but thus far, the EU has not acted decisively in bringing UKIP and their far-right partners to heel.
It may also explain why Farage has been so keen to flee to the US…
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Today in 24 areas across the UK the cuts to the overall benefit cap begins. In these 24 areas (see table below) 16,741 families will be capped whereas yesterday there were just 1,741 families who …