Business chiefs warn of 'consequences' from PM's huge £12bn tax raid

Business chiefs warn Boris’s massive £12billion tax raid will have ‘consequences’ for economic growth CBI head Tony Danker warning that NI rise will have ‘consequences’ for growth Cautioning that business cannot be expected to keep ‘carrying the load’ for UK Tories fear impact of Boris Johnson’s huge tax raid to fund NHS and social care … Continue reading Business chiefs warn of 'consequences' from PM's huge £12bn tax raid

The Crown: Military chiefs criticise Olivia Colman's 'sloppy' salute

Call that a salute ma’am? Military chiefs criticise Olivia Colman’s ‘sloppy’ salute while playing the Queen in fourth season of The Crown Olivia Colman’s salute as the Queen in The Crown was accused of being ‘limp’ General Lord Dannatt, former head of the army, said Colman needed coaching Colonel Richard Kemp said the Queen always… Continue reading The Crown: Military chiefs criticise Olivia Colman's 'sloppy' salute

Five ex-education chiefs put party politics aside and issue call to get kids back to school next week

FIVE former education chiefs have buried the political hatchet to issue an extraordinary joint appeal to get pupils back to class next week. Tories Damian Hinds, Justine Greening and Kenneth Baker, Labour’s David Blunkett and Lib Dem David Laws all united. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates They told… Continue reading Five ex-education chiefs put party politics aside and issue call to get kids back to school next week

Military chiefs draw up plans to scrap ALL Britain's tanks

Military chiefs draw up plans to scrap ALL Britain’s tanks in bid to modernise armed forces amid budget cuts Ministers considering ditching the 227 Challenger 2 tanks and Warrior vehicles Officials are thought to be keen to switch from heavy armour to other assets  It comes as the forces are anticipating budget cuts to due… Continue reading Military chiefs draw up plans to scrap ALL Britain's tanks

Fury as Government chiefs clash over amnesty for 200 troops facing charges for 'crimes during Troubles'

UP to 200 ex-soldiers and police are being probed for alleged criminal actions during the Troubles, it has emerged. The investigations come as two government departments fight over whether Army veterans should be granted amnesty. The Ministry of Defence estimated the number of cases. It wants to impose a statute of limitations on offences allegedly… Continue reading Fury as Government chiefs clash over amnesty for 200 troops facing charges for 'crimes during Troubles'