VIDEO: A roundup of todays budget highlights… Credit – Madeline Marlow REACTION: What MPs, key figures and members of the public made of the Chancellor’s statement… Co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas: Summary of environmental measures in #Budget2017 Good (hopefully): Action on plastics Bad: No new support for solar Very Bad: Incredibly weak measures […]
Penny Mordaunt is now the new International Development Secretary after the resignation of Priti Patel. Mrs. Patel quit on Wednesday after being accused of lacking “transparency” due to unauthorised meetings with Israeli officers. Penny Mordaunt, an MP for Portsmouth North has since taken the role. She was previously known for being one of the governments […]
A meeting will take place today that will decide the fate of the iconic bournemouth balloon.
The health minister is to write to the NHS to end the postcode lottery for IVF treatment after concerns were raised in the house of Commons. Nicola Blackwood stepped in following a debate in the house of commons on IVF availability across the country. Cuts to local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) mean that couples in some areas […]
The House of Commons is meeting today (Thursday, January 19) to debate the decommissioning of in vitro fertilisation and other NHS fertility services. This could mean that women who rely on the NHS funding to undergo IVF treatment to conceive might have to pay if they are to have a second chance at starting a […]
This documentary will venture into the political struggle British 16 and 17 year olds have. They may not have a vote but does this generation have hope? By Tiina Karppi, Dan Bennett and Tom Symes-Brown
This documentary examines the representation of the leave campaign in some sections of the media before, during and after the referendum.