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Spain is to become the roll out Universal Basic Income, according to several reputable sources such as the Independent, Forbes and Bloomberg. According to the Independent: “Minister for economic affairs Nadia Calvino told Spanish broadcaster La Sexta on Sunday night that the move was intended to help families during the pandemic.” They added that the Deputy… Continue reading Spain to introduce Universal Basic Income – first in Europe to do so
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care care after his condition worsened – Downing Street and the BBC sources have confirmed this. The Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, has been asked by PM Johnson to deputise for him ‘where necessary’ – at this stage, Mr. Raab might become acting Prime Minister. Boris Johnson,… Continue reading Boris moved to intensive care as condition worsens – BBC & Downing Street confirms
It’s official – Kier Starmer has been elected as the new leader of the Labour Party. Out of the three candidates, Kier was conceived to be the more ‘electable’ candidate, even by right-wing pundits such as former Tory Chancellor, and now editor of the Evening Standard, George Osbourne. Kier Starmer faces a number of difficulties… Continue reading Can Labour win a landslide with new leader Kier Starmer?
In a surprising move, and despite being on the complete opposite side of the political spectrum, Jacob Rees-Mogg has paid tribute to Jeremy Corbyn on his last day in Parliament as the Leader of the Labour Party. This is what Jacob Rees-Mogg had to say: It seems Jacob Rees-Mogg never fails to please! The new… Continue reading Jacob Rees-Mogg pays Tribute to Corbyn in a kind gesture (Video)
The UK will, for the second time, applaud the NHS and its workers (at 8PM today). Their vital work is keeping the nation going, and is saving many lives that otherwise might be lost to this global pandemic. A lot of people who voted for the Conservatives in the General Election 4 months ago will… Continue reading If you’re going to clap for the NHS, don’t vote Tory again. They tore it apart in the past decade.
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