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So, as trailed here I think, the Times reports May preparing for a "climbdown" on enshrining the Brexit day in law.

Hopefully true, mainly because it's a loss of face for May and the Hard Breixt brigade, but also could provide a bit of breathing space I suppose.


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Cuts, cuts, cuts...

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Women and disabled people hit hardest by years of austerity, report confirms


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T3 is being treated for a football to the head related incident.I have passed the message on.


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This is interesting, and if true would explain a lot.
https://twitter.com/kevinhorourke/statu ... 7833064448
He thinks UK want a special deal for the Irish border that we can then use as a model for the other borders, hence no need for that lorry park in Kent.
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A deal so special, that it is in fact impossible

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PostPosted: Fri 17 Nov, 2017 10:27 am 
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This is the best review of the Brown memoir I've seen. Worth it for the opening paragraph alone, which is completely right

https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/u ... rdon-brown


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Morning.

Ah, the giants on whose shoulders Noel Gallagher now stands....

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PostPosted: Fri 17 Nov, 2017 10:42 am 
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Torsten Bell thinks Hammond might be planning to announce that the personal allowance and upper rate threshold be frozen once the manifesto commitments are reached.
He makes an excellent case for freezing them now.
http://www.resolutionfoundation.org/med ... -tax-plan/
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it would bring to an end the recent erosion of Britain’s income tax base. Years of above inflation increases in the PTA have left the Treasury reliant on a dwindling pool of taxpayers for income tax revenues.

Quite.

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Philip Hammond’s local council fails to build enough homes

Runnymede among 15 to be given ultimatum by Sajid Javid over housing plans

https://www.ft.com/content/fa17b9d6-cae ... 3fdc9b8c6c


Philip Hammond’s council was one of 15 local authorities singled out by the government for failing to produce enough new housing — just days before the chancellor is expected to present a housing-focused Budget.

Mr Hammond, who is MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, is under pressure to produce an array of measures next Wednesday designed to boost the supply of housing across the country.

But Runnymede council was among 15 identified on Thursday by Sajid Javid, communities secretary, as having failed to produce adequate “Local Plans” setting out how and where they would provide new homes."


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PostPosted: Fri 17 Nov, 2017 10:46 am 
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Simon Coveney: Ireland 'jumping into dark' on Brexit

Ireland is not ready to allow talks on Britain's withdrawal from the EU to move to the second phase next month, its foreign minister has said.

Simon Coveney was speaking ahead of talks with his UK counterpart, Boris Johnson - mainly focused on Brexit.

His message was reinforced by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in a meeting with Theresa May ahead of an EU summit in Sweden.

He said the assurance that there would be no hard border in Ireland must be written down before talks move on. (BBC News website)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-42019697


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Role of family goes unacknowledged in Government’s Green Paper statement


https://www.unison.org.uk/news/press-re ... e-workers/


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https://www.ft.com/content/510ed334-cab ... 9fb7d6163e

Will Budget be a Pret sandwich short of a picnic?


" We are odds-on for housing-related Budget promises next Wednesday, but even if the chancellor cuts stamp duty, extends Help to Buy, promises to build more homes and hastens the ban on letting agents’ fees, how much lasting impact will it have?

Help to Buy should be renamed “help the housebuilders”.

The policy was first launched in March 2013 Budget. Back then, if you had the foresight to buy £25,000 worth of shares in Persimmon — the UK’s second-largest housebuilder — you would now be sitting on that £90,000 deposit according to Hargreaves Lansdown, which calculates total returns of 254 per cent over this period (other builders are not far behind)."


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"Disability History Scotland has been involved in some ground-breaking research into the "Forgotten Peoples March", organised by the National League of the Blind. In 1920 marchers set off from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Paisley to meet up with other demonstrators from across the U.K. for a huge rally in Trafalgar Square. The marchers were blind men from sheltered workshops and trade union councils. They wanted pensions and workers’ rights; "Justice not charity" was their motto."


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Council house building at record low.170,000 lost since 2010.


http://www.24housing.co.uk/news/chancel ... -building/


Chancellor urged to remove barriers to council house building
NFA and ARCH call for the chancellor to free up local authority borrowing limits in the Autumn Budget.

http://www.arch-housing.org.uk/news/latest-news/“raising-the-roof”-an-analysis-of-hra-borrowing-headroom.aspx


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Origin stories...

https://twitter.com/Jfarrers/status/930917376975101952


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I just came across this (courtesy of a commenter named Apeiron) over at the Guardian's Politics Live site -

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We need another Battle of the Hastings with Nigel Farage as our King Alfred."
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A comment from a Zombiegraph poster. We don't need no education........


Apparently, it's real (surely it's a piss-take - God help us, otherwise) if you care to check it at the Telegraph. Or perhaps David Davis posted the original . . .


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Major legislation and policies ahead of the Autumn Budget


As the Chancellor Philip Hammond prepares to deliver his first Autumn Budget on the 22 November, Dr Emily Andrews looks at how the Government's major legislation and policy priorities are shaping up.

Institute For Government


https://www.instituteforgovernment.org. ... udget-2017


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House Republicans pass major tax cut bill after Trump's closed-door speech
The legislation passed with support from all but thirteen Republicans and no Democrats, and now faces significant challenges in the Senate


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https://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/10156


Six key charts ahead of the Chancellor's Autumn Budget


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At the obvious risk of crowding out discussion as was the contention.Afternoon cja.


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Duffy was important, but it started a while before that IMO. Tony Martin - remember him?


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At the obvious risk of crowding out discussion as was the contention.Afternoon cja.

I get sidetracked into other activities and sometimes neglect the nest too long.


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https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/nov/16/house-republicans-to-pass-tax-cut-bill-after-closed-door-speech-from-trump


House Republicans pass major tax cut bill after Trump's closed-door speech


It was as bad as that, then? ;)


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Mistakes in benefits claims could cost up to £500m

The BBC understands that assessors wrongly calculated the income of around 75,000 claimants.

Frank Field, chairman of the Commons work and pensions select committee, said the problem was on a scale of "historic proportions".

On top of money to be paid back, the Treasury will have to pay for the staffing and processing of repayments. (BBC News website)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42012116


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https://carers.org/press-release/carers ... are-reform


Carers Trust responds to the Government's Green Paper plans for social care reform


"We are in disbelief that the government have yet again delayed finding the long-term joined-up solution to social care funding that carers need, and chosen to focus only on older people in next summer’s Green Paper. "


(Not really given repeated fights in courts over non spare rooms and capping etc)


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http://press.labour.org.uk/post/1675910 ... -statement


Labour Press
Government ditch promised youth policy statement - Cat Smith


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http://uk.businessinsider.com/paradise- ... ce-2017-11
"Theresa May's husband has 'serious questions to answer' on tax avoidance"
also has link to (Jolyon Maugham) petition:
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/204653
"Parliament must debate whether the PM should disclose any offshore interests."


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AccessTo Living Scheme


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http://press.labour.org.uk/post/1675910 ... -assets-is


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Quick-fire sale of Network Rail’s assets is shameful - Rachael Maskell


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https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... rawal-bill


Policy paper
Information about the Withdrawal Bill


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Guidance
Early years national funding formula: funding rates and guidance


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PF -16d "Constipation"(blockage),your 12 across is wrong.


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With respect,I don't think the sunglasses help.


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Especially where you have got them.


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PorFavor wrote:
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Mistakes in benefits claims could cost up to £500m

The BBC understands that assessors wrongly calculated the income of around 75,000 claimants.

Frank Field, chairman of the Commons work and pensions select committee, said the problem was on a scale of "historic proportions".

On top of money to be paid back, the Treasury will have to pay for the staffing and processing of repayments. (BBC News website)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42012116

half a billion quid


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HindleA wrote:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/information-about-the-withdrawal-bill

Policy paper
Information about the Withdrawal Bill

good lord, everyone, let's make sure we eyeball these documents close
it's Friday


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“”‘ One reason for this failure of public disclosure is the Human Rights Act. A powerful alliance of big business and the super-wealthy have used lawyers and lobbyists to cynically exploit human rights laws to ensure tax havens keep secret the real identities of those who benefit from their low taxes.””

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... of-man-law

kf!pcfpkui)n’ lawyers ‘!!!


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This one might have something in it - it's linked on the webpage above

https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/bills/cbill/2017-2019/0005/delegated%20powers%20memorandum%20for%20European%20Union%20(Withdrawal)%20Bill.pdf

edited to get a working link
If the pdf doesn't work, you'll find a link to the document on the webpage below

https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... rawal-bill


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Article doesn't make clear contESA outside UC.Already,otherwise ESA even on small numbers cock ups occurring on transfer.


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citizenJA wrote:
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Mistakes in benefits claims could cost up to £500m

The BBC understands that assessors wrongly calculated the income of around 75,000 claimants.

Frank Field, chairman of the Commons work and pensions select committee, said the problem was on a scale of "historic proportions".

On top of money to be paid back, the Treasury will have to pay for the staffing and processing of repayments. (BBC News website)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42012116

half a billion quid


The fuss made about (usually small amounts) benefits fiddling compared to this :roll:


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People are being cheated out of civilisation


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I'm calling it an early night, everyone
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good-night, PorFavor


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People are being cheated out of civilisation


Very nicely put, there.

And a good point on which to start another page.......


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