Three-quarters of newspaper stories about Jeremy Corbyn in the first months of his leadership either distorted or failed to represent his actual views on subjects, a study has found. Academics at the London School of Economics analysed the content of eight national newspapers between 1 September and 1 November 2015, when Mr Corbyn was first elected.
I am accused of being two faced and fake but truth of it is that you know I don't like you. It's no secret. I just don't see the point in being cruel and saying the mean things in my head. It is called being a civil adult. Try it!
I joined the Home Office in 2003. At the interview, I was asked about the motivations for applying. ‘Because the Home Office gave me my life back, and I can now be myself without fear of being persecuted.’ I replied. ‘I want to give something back to the UK for giving me my life back.’...Read More »
The names of more than 500 companies involved in a controversial scheme to make people work without pay for their benefits have been released after a court over-ruled the Government's attempt to keep them secret.