'Every penny matters': Osborne borrows Morrisons slogan in 'man of the people' speech to supermarket staff defending cuts to benefits Osborne says his reforms are backing 'people who want to get on in life'He said 'vested interests always complain' about welfare shake ups 14million households will be better off, the Chancellor announcesDefends cutting the 50p top rate of tax for highest earners ” class=”lightboxPopupLink” onclick=”return false”> Enlarge George Osborne's hopes of avoiding an unprecedented triple dip recession are on a knife-edge.
Spring of discontent Unions refuse to drop strike threats Documents suggest Unite backs a general strike, described as a 'tool in our armoury' Teaching unions also planning to escalate action By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 01:15 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:00 GMT, 5 January 2013 Britain is facing the threat of a spring of widespread industrial unrest at the hands of Labour’s biggest donor and the teaching unions, it has emerged.
How DO police find time for moonlighting | UPDATED: 02:09 GMT, 30 December 2012 Working for the police is a privilege. Despite many changes, the force is still respected. Policing is also widely assumed to be a very demanding task, absorbing the full energies of those who do it